How to Make a Salt Map?

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To make a salt map you will need some salt, some all purpose flour, some cream of tartar, a plastic container, water, a spoon, paint, a paintbrush, a ruler and a pencil. You can find more information here: http://www.ehow.com/how_4842439_salt-map.html
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How to Make a Salt Map
Salt maps are topographical maps made using a salt dough. They look great and can make for an interesting map project. The best thing about is that they are easy and fun to make, and the materials are very inexpensive.... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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You can make dough out of approximately two cups of flour, one cup of salt and 3/4 cup of water. Mix the water a little bit at a time. You then spread this dough out over a map that you have drawn onto heavy cardboard or wood. You can make all the natural shapes--mountains, plains, etc. Dip your fingers in water to smooth things out. After it is dry, paint it with tempera paint. Put a color key in the corner!! You can find more information here: http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,1630,153164-241203,00.html
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