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Clay World

“Clay World” transforms ordinary clay into a creative world of fun! An artist begins each episode by creating different objects and characters out of modeling clay. The sculptures are then placed into a realistic landscape which is made entirely out of clay! Young viewers’ imaginations will come alive as they watch the clay figures being constructed and interacting with their environment.

Program Schedule
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VARIETY
6:00 AM - 7:59 AM
6:43 AM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Ask your child to label the scene that is being created. Talk about a time you have visited a place like that together.
  • Talk to your child as you work with clay. Use words like “pinch,” “roll,” and “shape”. Talk to your child about the feeling of clay. Use words like “soft” and “smooth.”
  • Encourage your child to play with clay or dough. This will help develop your child's fine motor skills.
  • Clay World gives children a chance to see how you can depict real-world objects with clay or dough.
  • Clay World empowers children to create objects and environments that they can play with.
  • Making objects with clay or dough encourages planning.
  • Playing with clay develops hand-eye coordination.
Program Educational Values
  • Encouraging a child’s creative imagination
  • Introducing babies to a special art technique, that’s made of one of their very common toys-plasticine. They can practice it themselves.