Have students start by making 6 spheres of clay that gradually get smaller and smaller (the first one can be about the size of a grapefruit). Starting with the largest sphere, have students stick their thumbs into the sphere and squeeze around the sides until all the clay is stretched out into a bowl shape. Form the bowl into the desired shape and start on the next one, as each bowl is stretched out test it for fitting into the larger one. Once they are all nested let them dry and bisque fire them. I gave a color theory lesson on tones and tints for students to think about when painting their bowls. You could also have students create a pattern of colors or use only warm/cool colors when glazing.
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