Wisconsin School for the Deaf Art teacher- Susan Dupor 5th and 8th Grade Students The fifth and eighth graders began the ornament project by researching and discovering the rich history and unique facts about Wisconsin. They were inspired to mold and shape the representative figures and scenes out of colorful homemade salt dough clay and polymer clay. For example, one student created a snowy scene of Milwaukee with clay formed city buildings and Shrinky Dink drawings, while a pair of students made a detailed historical scenery of a lumberjack chopping timber. Our students took much pride in this memorable art project and we hope that you will be inspired by our Wisconsin themed ornaments.