What Is Clay Made of?


Clay is made from soil that contains very small particles of aluminum silicate. Aluminum silicate is formed in the soil due to chemical weathering of rock. Clay is essential to making pottery.
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Clay is made from the Earth. It is soil that is made up of small pieces of aluminum silicate. There are many different things that are made out of clay, but the most prominent thing is pottery. Most pottery is made out of clay, and then heated to a temperature that makes the clay harden. A lot of garden sculptures are also made out of clay. Other things that are made out of clay include cups, plates, vases, and modeling clay.
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