To be honest…this is a great art project to do with your children during the cold days of winter and/or Christmas break!

Sterling Students Art Room

Third grade wrapped up their multi-session and varied media exploration of birds with one of Mrs. Sterling’s favorite lessons…Thumb Owls.

First step is to form clay into the shape of a sausage and then stick your thumb right in the middle.  Pinching out a beak and pressing two eyes with a marker cap makes an instant owl.  Ear feather, wings and even adding a baby owl are all fun to experiment with as everyone had a great time learning how to use wooden clay tools to create texture on their air-dry clay owl.

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