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Play-Doh is a modeling compound, designed for children. It comes in plastic canisters, and is made in a multitude of colors. Play-Doh was first marketed in 1956.
Play dough is water soluble. scrape as much as you can off the carpet, then wet the area with a spray bottle of water. Gently work the fibers with a nylon brush, and use a shop vac to vacuum as you go. it may take a little while to get it all, just be patient so as not to damage the carpet fiber…
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The majority of homemade playdoh recipes have salt as an ingredient. There was only one that I could recall that didn't and it consists on honey, peanut butter and powdered milk.
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you mix together oil, salt, flour and cream of tarter and you can color die it any color and then you cook it. EDIT: If you have a failed attempt, DO NOT RINSE IT DOWN THE SINK!
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Play-Doh was invented by 2 people and I forget what their names are.Actually, U.S. Patent No. 3,167,440 was granted to Noah McVicker and Joseph McVicker for a "plastic modeling composition of a soft, playable working consistency' that eventually became a product known as Play-Doh.
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PlaydohNo its not because they know kids would put it in their mouth so to answer your question no it is not harmful.It consists of flour, water, salt, and dye. at least, that's the recipe I know for it. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/User:Sabrina13 is right but if you eat alot well then it will be. Hope…
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you can buy play-doh at stores. or you can make your own. look for the recipe onlineHere are the ingrediants :2 cups flour 2 cups warm water 1 cup salt 2 Tablespoons vegetable oil 1 Tablespoon cream of tartar (optional for improved elasticity) food coloring (liquid, powder, or unsweetened drink…
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Play dough's original use for wallpaper cleaner in the 1930's. However, it became a popular classroom staple as a modeling tool.
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In 1955 when it was first invented out of wallpaper glue it could sell for 150 dollars. When the original wallpaper glue in a can which was the same thing only sold for about 75 dollars.
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Play-Doh was created by Noah McVicker for Kutol Products in the 1930's for use as a wallpaper cleaner.It was actually made as a wall paper cleaner by Noah McVicker and Joseph McVicker. They figured out it was more fun to play with and marketed it as a toy instead.
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On the insert bar click on it. There is clip art on there. clip on it. you can either type in what you want or noises. there is no picture for it. just click on it.
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well i love 2 make stuff like that too but there is one recipe that is awesome all u do is get 1/4 cup of water and a whole lot of flour at first u shoud do 1/2 cup of flour and mix for aprox. 3 minutes then when your ready to play and decide its not big enough add a tiny bit of water and then …
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Noah W. McVicker
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Play-Doh was invented by Noah and Joseph McVicker in 1956
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Because it is made of flour and water! It is basically like eating colored bread dough. LOL It's non-toxic so don't worry. A bit of it won't hurt you, but it's probably not a good idea to develop a habit of eating it a lot. See the link below.
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for kids to play with when they feel creative
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Let it dry well, then rub it so it flakes off
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how to make play dough : INGREDIENTS 2 cups of plain flour 1 cup of salt 1 table spoon of oil 1 cup of boiling water food coloring METHOD 1. combine plain flour and salt 2. add water, food coloring and oil 3. mix until ingredients are combined 4. if too wet add a little more plain flour Enjo…
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A simple Play Dough recipe is: 1 cup salt; 1 cup flour; 1 cup water; and food coloring. Combine all ingredients and kneed until it reaches the color consistency and have fun! its as simple as that! :D
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First, add a few drops of water to your playdough. (Or play-dough.) Next, knead the P.D. 'till it's soft enough. If it is not soft enough, keep adding a little bit more water. If you don't want to use it right away, wrap a wet paper towel around the Play-Doh and put it in official container or a pla…
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There is a simple recipe that you can use to make play dough that can be baked for decorations or moulds.Take:2 Cups Salt2 Cups warm water5 cups FlourFood colouring (your choice)Mix together to make a firm dough that can be moulded with your hands. You may need less than 2 cups of water, but no more…
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In the US-Cincinatti, by Noah and Joseph McVicker
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Easy!! You dont eat it.
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how many diffrent kinds of play dough is there
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Play dough was invented by a guy who was trying to invent something to remove dirt from walls. He gave some to his sister, a teacher to young students, and, instead of using it on the walls she found that young kids like to play with it.
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Okay. It's Very Easy. You Just Need To Put A Lil. Bit Of Water On The Dry Play-doh then put it outside were it's hot then after 2-4 mins take it in the play with it !!! :) Hope This Helps !
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There are over 3,000 colors
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flour salt water
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There are many different ways to harden playdough. One is to leave it out, but that can take weeks for it to fully harden. If its for like a project cover it in glue (so it doesn't crack) and bake it in the oven checking on it every few minutes. Okay, and don't forget to start out at 30 minutes and…
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Work on removing the stain as soon as you notice it. The longer the stain is left on the carpet the greater the chances are of the stain setting.In every case remove all excess wet or dry material before attempting to clean. Blot wet materials using a white terry towel (check helpful hints for a det…
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Play dough is made of salt, wheat, a drying a such as borax, mineral oil, agents, colourants and perfume.
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cincinati, ohio
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Woodward & Lothrop, a department store in Washington, DC began selling the Play Dough In 1956. In 1964, Play-Doh was exported to England, France, and Italy
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play dough is fun for kids but kids that are really young can choke on it
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Either salt, or vanilla extract; or the dough-ish thing you use to make it actually play-dough.
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Play-Doh tastes sort of salty, with a unusual flavor that I can't really describe. It's okay to taste it, so it won't do any toxic effects to you if you lick it. Also, I heard that it's safe to eat, but it's safe if you eat a very little portion. But if you're wondering what happens if you eat a lot…
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To make play doh you need flour, water, and cream of tar tar what you do is mix all of it together and stir
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Yes. The ingestion of play dough, depending on the formulation and circumstances of exposure, could potentially produce sodium or salt poisoning, and could also result in a gastrointestinal tract blockage if a large enough quantity is consumed. Homemade varieties tend to contain larger amounts of sa…
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YES it proberly PROBABLYcould because of all the salt and when u buy it from the shop there are chemicals and u don't know whats in it exactly !! hope u like my answer
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How To Make Edible Play Doh (Easy as 1-2-3) 1/2 cup of Peanut Butter 1/2 cup of Honey 1 cup of Powdered Milk Step 1: First get all the ingredients Step 2: Mix them all together Step 3: Put on wax paper and give away to play with
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a solid, It does not exhibit the properties of a liquid at rest. A substance that acts like a liquid and a solid is called a non-newtonian fluid
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over night will do the trick some times. some times only about 3 hours.
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Salt is a preservative and used in meats and other spoilable foods. The salt prevents the play-dough from becoming moldy. (wouldn't that be gross?)
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Playdough came out in the 1930's as a wallpaper remover. Then teachers were using it a a clay mold for kids to play with. So in the 1950's they made a fun thing for kids to play with.
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yes
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i would say that play doh lasts intill like 3-5 months it depens on what kind you use.
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It is much safer to make your own playdoh. Simply typle into Google(or type it into blackle, if you are pro-enviorment) "how to make playdoh". The ingredients are commonly found in households. You can also make edible playdoh, then you don't have to worry about the enviorment at all. Plus, it's deli…
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According to Hasbro's Play Doh timeline, the original 3 colors were yellow, red and blue. Before that, it was only available in off-white. It was a wallpaper cleaning compound. http://www.hasbro.com/playdoh/en_US/about.cfm
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it is a physical change
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play doh is actually a quite complicated substance so no.
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please be happy what i helped you because i tried my best to help everybody thank youit so easy you just write the title is a thing that talk about every thing was your going to talk about) goal ( is what you want to achieve for e.g without a machine but home made) next a ingredient's the food you c…
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Home-made play-dough, made from flour water and salt can be baked in the oven to set it permanently.
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no,I've made play dough before and its just really salty. so, i wouldn't eat it because it just tastes bad. its not poisonous though.
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if i child is handed some play dough they will begin to play with it. they wont make shapes but mostly a mess. as they being school and things like that they will learn the things they can do with play dough so they dont need teaching how to play they just need to be taught how to make shapes with t…
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hi, ive worked in child care forever and ive always used the recipe on the back of the cream tartar bottle, but use hot tap water and mix the food colouring with that, then mix in a large bowl with a wooden spoon or hands, i think this works better than stove top or microwave and seems to last ages…
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Leave it in the freezer, but not for so long that it will be frozen. :D
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it is solid
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yeah you can
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It's both a liquid with very high viscosity and a solid with very low degree of 'hardness'.
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Well when it gets hard put it under water
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National Play-Dough Day is celebrated on the 18th of September.
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The main difference is that plastiscine is derived from clay and is oil based. Play doh is water based, and is totally edible.
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That depends on the individual child's imagination and creative abiliy, which toys like that help exercise.
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Don't let it sit out! It will dry out and leave a crust on top. You can play with it when it's warm, cold, or sitting in room temperature. Store it in a Ziploc bag.
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No. The salt keeps the play-doh from falling apart, especially when moist, but bacteria and what-not can still be transfered on it.
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Its really gushy and you can mold it
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move it somewhere safe
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I recommend to first spray your clothing item with some eyelash shampoo and then put it in a small bag filled with bacon grease (shake thoroughly). Leave it in there for about 7 months. Take it out and it's good as new!
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Yes! I recently did this experiment with some students. It tests buoyancy. So first, set up a fish tank with water, about 3/4 of the tank will be full. Take a ball of playdough and drop it into the water. Does it sink? Does it float? If it floats, it's called positive buoyancy, and it sinks, it's…
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Yes
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sorry if your trying to, but no. ;o)
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If you eat Play-doh, you are most likely going to have diarrhea. And, get kind of a bad stomach ache as well. You really should NOT eat Play-Doh. +++ Intrigued, I looked it up. Since it is intended as a children's toy it is hardly likely to be toxic! This is from its manufacturer's web-site (Hasbr…
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play-doh allows the child to use experiment with his hands and create what ever the mind is telling him too as well as it can help strengthen the muscles in his hands as he learns that he can cut. twist and put the play-doh back together to create something new and exciting
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Yes if you eat like many of them the size of their containers. Maybe you can die from 2 depending on how big you are.
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put it in the freezer for 4-6 hours
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I have no idea, but i wouldn't try it!
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Moisten with a few drops of water, cover, let sit overnight.
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Yes, it will make it hard and save the mold.
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play clay, doe, clay.
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Blow dry it... 5 mins on each side and then just lay it over a plastic and put it on a free space . ( Normal room temp.) let it be there for like 2-3 days.... ((: H2H
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Playdoh can float depending on how dense it is. It also depends on what your floating it on. If you float it on water than it has to be less dense than the water, same with other liquids.
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Yes, definitely if you are making it yourself....and store-bought is already colored, so...
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Most likely it was an accident. I may have my facts wrong, but during WW2 the US was looking for an alternative to rubber. He dropped something in a mixture and it formed play-doh (or was it silly putty...). I think it was silly putty, but I may be wrong.
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Yes but they make many other things. Search Playschool, the manufacturer.
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It is very safe if you are referring to health, because it is non-toxic. (I once ate a piece as a kid. It was nasty and salty, but I did not get sick.) It is unsafe, however, if you are talking about your belongings. Many people will testify that it does not stain, however I have experienced play do…
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Kids like play dough so much because they have nothing else to do
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You get playdough..?:) then make a mountain out of play dough:)
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Assuming you just made it, It needs more flour - kneed it into the mix. If it is old homemade playdough & is sticky, it is likely it was stored next to a heat source & I would throw it out.
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