A CLASS ...........OF CREATIVE AND TALENTED KIDS
ALEXANDRA Age 7
BEATRICE Age 6
BERNICE Age 3+
CHANTELLE Age 5+
HAFIY AYMAN Age 4
GERALD Age 10
HARRIZ ADRY Age 7
JERALD Age 9
JEROME Age 6
JOANNE Age 5
JULIA Age 9
JUN HAO Age 14
LIN LIN Age 5
SHIRLYN TAN Age 7
TABITHA Age 8
WAN LU Age 9
YAN WEN Age 5
YAN YUH Age 7
YEE REN Age 8
YEE CHENG Age 7
ZANN Age 8
LYDIA Age 11
JAVIEL Age 6
CALEB Age 6
N TELL---- - Polymer Clay Classes For Kids
From: simgarie Oct-31
To: ALL (1 of 16)
A CLASS ...........OF CREATIVE
AND TALENTED KIDS
Oct-31 2:50 pm
To: simgarie (2
42865.2 in reply to 42865.1
Very talented children ....wouuw!
From: simgarie Oct-31 4:42 pm
To: beertje2 (3
42865.3 in reply to 42865.2
Thanks for your comment, its
been months, since my last posting.
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From: beertje2 Oct-31 5:55 pm
To: simgarie (4
42865.4 in reply to 42865.3
I dont come a lot on anymore because off to litlle time .
Dweeble (LindaW75) Oct-31 8:16 pm
To: simgarie (5
42865.5 in reply to 42865.1
I'm wearing a very big smile here, Garie...those are some very talented kids
you have there!! I always love seeing the creations your kids make!!
It's Jester Clay
Hearts for Heroes
From: simgarie Oct-31 8:31 pm
To: Dweeble (LindaW75)
(6 of 16)
42865.6 in reply to 42865.5
Hi, glad to hear from you, thanks, I been busy updating the kids Galleries and teaching
kids new ideas. I am happy to share our kid's projects with all of the clayer out there.
From: Kim22591 Oct-31 11:17 pm
To: simgarie (7
42865.7 in reply to 42865.1
They really are talented! Great
work, and the kids are adorable.
From: Teelibird Nov-1 4:36 am
To: simgarie (8
42865.8 in reply to 42865.1
That does it! i is goin' ter
go an' sit in a closet!lolol
Aren't they fabulous? and those
kids are so YOUNG!....
From: loeyjones Nov-1 7:04 am
To: simgarie (9
42865.9 in reply to 42865.1
that's wonderful and so many
creative children. Lois
From: Eva (mejsel) Nov-1 7:21 am
To: simgarie (10
42865.10 in reply to 42865.1
All those children are blessed.... with lots of talent and a great teacher.
And all their little smiling faces are a sight for sore eyes.
Although I really can't single out a project more inspired than the rest
of them, I must say Tabitha's flying cow made my smile a little wider.
THE FACT THAT NO ONE UNDERSTANDS
DOESN'T MAKE YOU AN ARTIST!
From: simgarie Nov-1 9:02 am
To: Kim22591 unread
(11 of 16)
42865.11 in reply to 42865.7
It is really fun teaching them, they are so adorable, when
they learn and started to create, they always warm my heart.
Every comments I get from this posting will encourage and
make them feel proud about their works.
From: simgarie Nov-1 9:21 am
To: Teelibird (12
42865.12 in reply to 42865.8
Hi, thanks, all young kids are creative, you just need to teach them
the basic skills, know their interests, communicate, interact and inspire
them to create. These will definitely motivates the fine motor skills.
From: simgarie Nov-1 9:24 am
To: loeyjones (13
42865.13 in reply to 42865.9
Thanks, I hope to groom and
cultivate more clay artists in Singapore in future.
From: simgarie Nov-1 9:37 am
To: Eva (mejsel)
(14 of 16)
42865.14 in reply to 42865.10
Thank you Eva!
When I show them all of the posting my kids will be elated, encouragement is what
they need to inspire them. My efforts is not alone, I have the support of
On the behalf of Tabitha, thanks, will show Tabitha your posting
and this will definitely encourage her to create more.
From: vlady6 Nov-1 12:05 pm
To: simgarie (15
42865.15 in reply to 42865.1
hi. first of all. those kids are just to cute. love the smiling faces on everyone
of them. next. i cant imagine what these kids will be making in 5 years.
their work is incredible. especially the eagle by the 14 yr old.
and the things the 3 yr olds made. they put me to shame.
good work kids....sandie in florida
From: simgarie Nov-1 12:56 pm
To: vlady6 (16
42865.16 in reply to 42865.15
Sandie, Thanks, you can do things with polymer clay too, don't
discourage yourself. It's just that the children have the opportunity
to play with clay early. As adult, we have better motor skills,
but we tend to be idealistic, that retard us from learning, arts,
drawing or claying.
My wife is a late starter at forty two, she learn her clay skills by
observing the children that I was teaching 8 years ago. She
was wondering, if those kids could produced such beautiful
projects, so can she.
So just relax and enjoy playing with polymer clay and there are lots
of clay artists in your country that you can pick up your clay skills.
From: RuthArt 9:12
To: simgarie unread
(17 of 17) 42865.17 in reply to 42865.16
the children and their creations are remarkable, I hope to do as
well someday!! maybe it helps that they have little fingers that are
not arthritic???? lol
thanks for sharing those photos, what lovely children. You must
be a pretty remarkable person too, for sharing your talent with the
young people especially.
From: simgarie 11:19
(18 of 18) 42865.18 in reply to 42865.17
I appreciate your posting Ruth, the kids are so happy to display
their works on my site, receive all the comments from all over is
good encouragement for them.
For you, Just pick up the clay and play, its Fun!
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From: blackfor3 Nov-14
(19 of 20) 42865.19 in reply to 42865.1
Your students did such a wonderful job!!! , I love this post.
I enjoy working with kids in clay more than anything else.
They always get so excited about it and that makes me
get excited about it all 0ver again. Looks like you did an
awesome job teaching these kids.~leslie
From: simgarie Nov-15
(20 of 20) 42865.20 in reply to 42865.19
I love my profession, teaching the young with my knowledge and skill.
I just loves them, when we teach you also learn from them and have t
he fun with creativity in clay.
Polymer Clay for
Minis & Everything else
Date: Tue Nov 1, 2005 11:29pm
Subject: Polymer clay classes in Singapore
Promoting our creative
young talents and their polymer clay projects in Singapore
Date: Tue Nov 1, 2005 11:38pm
Subject: Re: Polymer clay classes in Singapore
WOW is all I can say about these
kids!!!!!! Me thinks me has a long ways
to go with this clay art!! :)
Date: Wed Nov 2, 2005 2:04am
Subject: Re: Polymer clay classes in Singapore
WOW! everyone should look at
what these kids have done!!!! kare
Date: Wed Nov 2, 2005 2:21pm
Subject: RE: Polymer clay classes in Singapore
This may be a first but, I am just about speechless!! Those young
artists are absolutely incredible ...you can see the enthusiasm and
excitement just radiating from their faces ...that's what "no fear"
claying looks like! I really am warmed to the heart with these
beautiful children and their totally awesome creations.
Hugs, Luny :]
Date: Wed Nov 2, 2005 16:27:00 Asia/Singapore
To: simgarie <email@example.com>
Subject: RE: Luny, Thank you for your kind comments!
Alexandra age 7, will stop crying when I show her your comment, she's
is a very creative kid, learning clay for more than a year. Every time when
she hadto do the difficult part of her clay project, she would cry.<<<
You are very welcome Sim ...
I was sincerely amazed at the work these
fine young people have done. To be talented at such a young age
is such a
wonderful gift and each one of them have achieved so much with
minds and skillful hands.
It must give you great pleasure to see your students creating
Just by seeing their work, it is very clear to me that you are
dedicated and loving teacher. It is very hard to get a young child
still for very long, much less creating and completing such works
that your students have. They should be very proud of their accomplishments
because they have studied long and hard and deserve all the praise
receive. I think they are all outstanding.
Tell Alexandra she can dry her tears ...she has met difficulty
overcome it ... now she will know that she can do it again.
They are all brilliant, creative and beautiful young artists ...
humbled by their work
Date: Sat Nov 5, 2005 07:40:02 Asia/Singapore
Subject: Re: [CITY-o-Clay] Polymer clay classes in Singapore
Sorry for the delay in responding
to your post.
The creative energy of these
children is just amazing.
How they tackled different clay challenges like making
their mini scenes three dimensional is something the
grown up ClayMates can learn from.
HARRIZ ADRY: The sea animal
in the shell was
especially impressive. Inspiration from nature.
HOOSENALLY: Shark on the wire.
Very creative way to
deal with the swimming detail.
JULIA: Is destined to be a miniaturist,
her mini scene
is so real that if one squints their eyes they could
pretend that they are right there.
JUN HAO: I'm so glad there were
two pictures of the
flying eagle. I would not have guessed that it stood
out from the frame.
TABITHA: The cow jumping over
the moon, another very
creative solution to the flying problem. Tell her to
smile for her picture next time.
These children solved complex
clay challenges with a
creative solution. All the children made wonderful
things and tell them that because I didn't mention
them didn't mean I was not very very impressed with
A big Rah Rah \(*o*)/ for all
of them. Thank you so
much for sharing their artwork with us.
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