Navajo silver and turquoise jewelry inspired these first grade necklaces. We looked at Navajo jewelry to determine the lines and shapes arranged in a radial design. The pendants were formed by rolling a ball of clay and flattening it into a plump “slider.” The slider was rolled like a wheel to smooth the sides. The hole was punched with a straw. Designs were pressed in using toothpicks, sticks, and paper clips. When dry, the piece was painted with black acrylic paint. Silver acrylic paint was dabbed onto the top. A pattern of silver and turquoise pony beads finished the necklace.