Princess Nagger’s penchant for creating things with clay has been running rampant as of late – a couple of weeks ago I shared a Hunger Games creation she did.  Now she’s working on some sort of report for her Gifted Class – she chose to do the report on Cockatiels and decided to make one out of clay, using one of the empty cages we have hanging around for her display piece to accompany her PowerPoint presentation.

While playing with the clay, she decided to make a couple of extras:

A funny looking Warrior Cat:
A Cobra (this has got to be the happiest cobra I’ve ever seen):
This is on its way to being a Dragon Head Pencil Holder:
And this is the progressing Cockatiel for her project:

She still has painting to do – as you can see, I accidentally picked up silver paint instead of gray, so she’ll be covering the silver with gray and doing all the finishing touches of other colors she has chosen.

I can’t wait to see them all finished – I’ll be sure to share the finales with you when they’re done.  I just love how her brain works, don’t you?


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  1. This is amazing! I laugh at the Cobra clay creation because it doesn’t seem like a Cobra itself. However, Thanks for sharing this lovely creation your kids do.
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  2. I love your girl’s creativity! She reminds me so much of me when I was a kid… I used to draw comic strips, and one I did regularly was called “The Happy Snake!” So that cobra resonated with me. 🙂
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  3. Love the Cobra! It’s sort of like an Uglyworm, but with two eyes. And a hood. And made out of clay instead of plastic. OK, maybe it isn’t at all like an Uglyworm, but it is still cute!

    BTW, the cockatiel’s head reminds me a bit of a dinosaur. Which isn’t a bad thing at all, since the current thinking is that the two are related.

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  4. Those are great! I used to make clay figurines when I was a kid, I did a Mayan temple for a report I did once in 5th grade 😛 You’re right, that is the happiest cobra, and probably the scariest cockatiel I’ve ever seen!

  5. My kids are actually enjoying the use of clay for them.. They can create a lot of things and figures and in turn, they became creative kids..
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  6. OK, so my son and I tried this a few months ago… it’s definitely not the greatest, but it’s definitely on topic and was a GREAT learning experience for my son. Nice creation!!

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