My name is Devanshi Ojha. I study in Second Class. I have made happy and sad faces using colourful clay. I have many colours of clay.
First, I made a circle and then used a bowl to cut it into the proper shape. I used black clay to make eyes and hair. Then I used red clay to make a smile and a sad face.
I can make many other toys like cars, dolls, huts, apples, or other fruits and vegetables.
I enjoyed doing this activity, and by this, I have learnt that all the colours are so beautiful and we can use them to make different things.
The Fabindia School
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