Making and using salt dough doesn’t have to be a bear. Follow these simple ingredients and check out the blog post for easy-to-follow steps to use salt dough maps in your classroom. They are a valuable resource for learning about landforms, topography, contours, and more.
Whether it’s having students make a landform map of their state or a topographical map of their county, maps help teach students about the world around them. In addition, salt dough can be used for literature maps of the setting, scientific examinations of the model or experiment, mathematical pieces to manipulate and move to make learning hands-on and more tangible, and so much more.
Making Salt Dough includes:
- Two recipes
- Step-by-step directions
- Photographic examples
- Total: 2 Pages
You will receive a printable PDF file. Please make sure you know how to download these types of files prior to purchasing. Thank you!
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