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 the play dough Children learn from play dough by learning how to make stuff…
The danger in raw cookie dough comes from the raw eggs that can carry salmonella bacteria. If the cookie dough does not include raw eggs (yolks or whites) it would not be particularly dangerous in small portions. This type of egg-free cookie dough is used in confections such as cookie dough ice cream.
play dough has physical properties of being moulded into a variety of shapes without breaking. The chemical properties is that play dough has a lattice structure which enables the molecules in play dough to slide over one another, therefore making it stretchable and ductile..... All of the above i haven't got a bloody clue about to be honest
Commercially made "Playdoh" can be substituted with home made play dough. One needs to be careful to use a recipe that will not mold or spoil. Some formulas include alum or other unpleasant flavoring to discourage children from eating the dough. Hear is one link to a basic play dough recipe: http://www.amazingmoms.com/htm/artclayrecipes.htm