|The Organization Map|
|by Pam McClellan|
With a clear, encouraging style, this book tells readers how to get organized--step-by-step, room-by-room.
Results 1 - 8 of 8 for salt maps
Heat salt and water in ... minute. When cool, wrap in plastic or foil. 1/2 of this recipe is enough for a large salt map. (One on a sheet of paper. 9 x 12.)
Mix salt with regular white ... rivers to make a topographical map or a 3-D diagram. Drying time will be determined by the thickness of the map or diagram.
Mix 2 cups flour, 1 cup salt and 3/4 cup ... Spread dough over map you've outlined on ... and your map runs. Don't forget a color key for your landforms.
Mix salt and flour. Add ... the colors needed. Spread immediately as you would frosting on a cake. Must be used at once, it will dry solid in 2 or 3 days.
Add water to consistency desired. Divide and add food coloring if desired. Shape into desired form on wax paper that is taped to board or cardboard. ...
Mix salt, flour and ... colored. Otherwise paint dry map with poster paint. On board, shape dough into hills, valleys oceans to make topography map. Let dry.
Use food color to add coloring.
Great for all dough school projects.
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