Asked in ToysPlay-Doh
Who made Play-Doh?
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Can play-doh hurt the environment?
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 delicious.
Asked in Baking
Can playdoh be baked?
Home-made playdoh, or playdough, the cooked type made from flour, salt, water, a pinch of cream of tartar, a little oil, and maybe colouring, will air-dry, harden and keep for a while. If you're asking about commercially-sold playdoh you will need to check the label, or ask the store, or contact the manufacturers to find out if it can be baked. See the links below for playdough recipes; the first link gives instructions for playdough which is well-suited to baking. Always keep in mind that homemade playdough is not edible. It can make children sick, and can be fatal to pets. Children should be supervised at all times when playing with playdough.
Asked in Digestive System
What do you do if you accidentally swallow Play-Doh?
Asked in Monkeys
How do you make a compound monkey explode?
well, first you take some playdoh and you roll in around in a flat type format. then, you take the playdoh and make your best friend eat it. your best friend will soon throw up and a compound monkey will come along and eat his/her throw up. with in two or three hours, your compound monkey will explode! repeat process with as many compound monkeys as desired!
Is there a substitute for play dough?
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