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Row 1, Col 1
Rock and water.
What is clay made from?.
1,2
Two thirds.
How much of the earth’s surface is covered in clay?
1,3
Small particles of rock can be
breathed in and remain in our
lungs forever causing silicosis.
Why is unfired clay dang...
1,4
Decomposed plant and
animal life.
What is mud / soil / earth?
2,1
The process of baking your
clay.
What is firing?
2,2
Working your clay to remove
all air pockets.
What is wedging?
2,3
A kiln.
What is the clay fired in?
2,4
1,000 degrees.
What temperature will our clay be fired at?
3,1
Rolling clay into thin and
long pieces to sculpt.
What is the coiling method?
3,2
Score and slip.
How do you join two pieces of clay?
3,3
A mixture of water and clay
that has the appearance of
single cream.
What is slip?
3,4
This is a technique to create
a rough surface.
What is scoring?
4,1
Clay that has been fired
once.
What is biscuit ware / bisque?
4,2
The stage your clay is at when
you can no longer add but still
‘carve’ into the surface.
What is leather hard?
4,3
Projects that are bone dry.
What is greenware?
4,4
This method you use your
thumb to begin sculpting.
What is the pinch pot method?
5,1
Using a cheesewire prevents
air from getting into the clay.
How should you cut clay?
5,2
24 hours in total, 12 hours
to heat up and 12 hours to
cool down.
How long does it take to fire greenware?
5,3
Molten glass and coloured
pigments.
What is glaze?
5,4
Sand which also comes from
rock.
What is glass made from?
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  1. 1. 100100 100100 200200 200200 400400 400400 300300 400400 Choice1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 300300 300300 300300 200200 400400 200200 100100 500500 500500 500500 500500 100
  2. 2. Row 1, Col 1 Rock and water. What is clay made from?.
  3. 3. 1,2 Two thirds. How much of the earth’s surface is covered in clay?
  4. 4. 1,3 Small particles of rock can be breathed in and remain in our lungs forever causing silicosis. Why is unfired clay dangerous?
  5. 5. 1,4 Decomposed plant and animal life. What is mud / soil / earth?
  6. 6. 2,1 The process of baking your clay. What is firing?
  7. 7. 2,2 Working your clay to remove all air pockets. What is wedging?
  8. 8. 2,3 A kiln. What is the clay fired in?
  9. 9. 2,4 1,000 degrees. What temperature will our clay be fired at?
  10. 10. 3,1 Rolling clay into thin and long pieces to sculpt. What is the coiling method?
  11. 11. 3,2 Score and slip. How do you join two pieces of clay?
  12. 12. 3,3 A mixture of water and clay that has the appearance of single cream. What is slip?
  13. 13. 3,4 This is a technique to create a rough surface. What is scoring?
  14. 14. 4,1 Clay that has been fired once. What is biscuit ware / bisque?
  15. 15. 4,2 The stage your clay is at when you can no longer add but still ‘carve’ into the surface. What is leather hard?
  16. 16. 4,3 Projects that are bone dry. What is greenware?
  17. 17. 4,4 This method you use your thumb to begin sculpting. What is the pinch pot method?
  18. 18. 5,1 Using a cheesewire prevents air from getting into the clay. How should you cut clay?
  19. 19. 5,2 24 hours in total, 12 hours to heat up and 12 hours to cool down. How long does it take to fire greenware?
  20. 20. 5,3 Molten glass and coloured pigments. What is glaze?
  21. 21. 5,4 Sand which also comes from rock. What is glass made from?
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