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Coil and decorate a pot in the Pueblo style. With Crayola Model Magic®, there’s no mess and no kiln needed.
Native Pueblo women and men from the southwestern United States are famous for their handmade pottery. They often dig the clay and build their pots with clay coils, rather than forming them on a potter’s wheel. Pueblo pottery reflects many different regions and native nations. For example in the Kayenta region, black-on-white pottery is made. Find pictures of Pueblo pottery to see the variety of beautiful colors and designs. Then make a replica of this popular type of art.
Coil your pot. Roll white Crayola Model Magic into snakes. Begin coiling one end of the snake to form the base of your pot. Continue adding coils to build the side walls. Smooth out the coils. Air-dry your pot for 24 hours.
Using Crayola Washable Multicultural Markers or Fine Line Markers, draw Pueblo-style dots and geometric designs. Place your pot where everyone in your family can admire your work!
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