In January 2013 my year 4 class and I were lucky enough to be involved with the climber Leo Houlding and his team as they attempted to climb a new route up the peak Ulvetanna in Queen Maud Land in Antarctica.
As I have been playing and moulding the different types of clay I have found myself forming shapes similar to that of the mountain peaks in Anarctica. This particular range of mountains appear smooth and curved and when viewed from the air, they do indeed look like a set of sharp teeth.
I am enjoying the process of using the clay in this way and will investigate it further.
Above - the scale of the rock face is shown.