We are isolating at home during the pandemic for the duration, and it is important to keep busy, and have things to look forward to.
I have always enjoyed hand skills, and traditional skills, something which I hope as rubbed off on our 6 and 9 year old in some way.
I have watched 'The Great Pottery Throw Down' in the past and enjoyed it, it is a well organised and presented programme. Thought I'd try it our with our children, as they like making things with air dry clay, and they love it. Have watched 6 programmes in a few days, and they are really looking forward to the next one, seeing who is going to make what, and who might stay in.
It is important to keep ourselves busy at home during this pandemic, finding things to do, and things to look forward to, and this is one of them.
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