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DOUBLE TAP TO ZOOM WITH PHONE OR TABLET build a homemade kiln (go online to find building plans), or you can learn how to pit-fire or smoke-fire clay. It’s a bit of work but would be an excellent play and learning adventure. You could also contact local studios and colleges to see if they could fire your projects. Related Books and Songs ongs • Modeling Clay Animals: Easy-to-Follow Projects in Simple Steps by Bernadette Cuxart • Create Anything with Clay by Sherri Haab and Laura Torres • When Clay Sings by Byrd Baylor • Mudworks: Creative Clay, Dough, and Modeling Experiences by MaryAnn F. Kohl • The Ball of Clay That Rolled Away by Elizabeth Lenhard • “Clay Doll (Ni Wa Wa)” by The Shanghai Restoration Project • “Water, Sand, Blocks, and Clay” by Brady Rymer • “Sand, Silt, and Clay” by Learning Thru Music COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL 9