Top Pottery classes for 2024/2025

After school programs and classes teaching pottery and ceramics

Find pottery classes for kids and teens listed below, including after-school, PD day camps, and other programs. Pottery and ceramics give kids a unique creative outlet and there are other benefits, too, as we discuss below the pottery programs list. Read more

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    Programs offering Pottery as an activity (2 results)

    Pottery is one activity among a broader schedule in the classes and programs listed below.

    • Program
    • Etobicoke, Toronto
    • Age 5 to 7 (Coed)

    Students will draw, paint, sculpt and think creatively while having fun alongside peers. Visit website

    Neilson Park Creative Centre2005-72024-04-012024-05-012024-06-01,173,5,9,355,123,174,programclass,coed,
    Jan 08 - Jun 28, 2024
    • Program
    • Burlington, ON
    • Age 6 to 12 (Coed)

    An aftercare centre for kids in Waterdown and Burlington. We provide transportation, snack, fun activities, and outdoor time! Visit website

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    Pottery classes near you

    We list pottery classes and programs across the country. Find your city in the list below and find kids’ pottery classes near you:

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    Related camps and programs

    Kids interested in pottery will also benefit from the following camps and programs on our website: 

    Pottery camps give kids a weeklong (or longer) immersion in this creative art form. 

    Arts camps let kids explore their artistic side in different creative activities. 

    STEAM camps combine arts with science, technology, math, and engineering, bridging these disciplines and helping artistically oriented kids deepen or develop an appreciation for these headier spheres of learning. 

    It’s also worth noting that there are March break camps and PA day camps that teach pottery and other fun topics.  

    Three key benefits of pottery classes

    Here’s a preview of how kids benefit from a pottery class:

    They engage motor skills and tactility. Pottery is fun for the hands and the mind! It gives kids a healthy outlet to pound, pinch, poke, squeeze, bend, and tear clay as they shape it into artwork they envision. 

    It gives them a needed creative outlet. They imagine something and then go step-by-step to create the vision they have in their mind. It can be an important early lesson in exploring creativity. It gets them away from the passivity of screens and gaming. 

    They develop social skills and other important traits. Pottery classes give them a free-form place to interact with others their age. They also grow more independent. Learn more about how kids grow personally through programs and camps. 

    We offer a longer list of seven benefits of pottery camps. 

    Advice about how to find the best pottery program

    If you are in the Greater Toronto Area, register for the annual Our Kids Camp Expo. When you speak to pottery program teachers at the expo or through links above, here’s a starter list of questions to ask (with followups): 

    1. What’s the final goal or projected outcome of the program? (What do kids take home? What are the ultimate benefits of the class?)

    2. How big is the class and how much individual attention is given to each child? (What’s the ratio of teachers to students?)

    3.  How much experience do teachers have in pottery and teaching? (What are their qualifications? What training do leaders have?) 

    4. How do they deal with discipline in the class? (Do they teach equipment safety? Have they had any experience with bullying?)


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    Frequently Asked Questions

    How many Pottery classes are there?
    There are 2 programs offering pottery as an activity. Use the filters to narrow by age and program type, then click on matched programs to see daily activities, dates, rates and registration information.

    What are the fees to attend Pottery classes?
    Fees for programs offering pottery as an activity range from $200 to $650 per program (program types and lengths vary). Use the filters here to narrow programs by age and type.

    Where can parents meet with Pottery classes?
    Meet with program directors and staff at the Our Kids Camp & Program Expo. The Expo is held annually in February, and is a fun and informative day for parents, kids, and teens. Find event details and free tickets here.

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