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Make home-made play dough and learn about mixtures, solutions and chemical reactions in this fun and simple science activity to do with children.
Download the info sheet with recipe and full instructions here: http://bit.ly/PlayingPlayDough

ExpeRimental is a series of videos showing fun, cheap, simple science activities to do with 4-10 year olds.
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Pasha, Rushana and their son Aaryan explore how mixing different quantities of water with different types of flour produces some surprising results. They learn how to make this classic children’s toy, while learning the difference between a mixture and a solution.

They make playdough from flour, salt, water and vegetable oil, with a little food colouring added to make it more fun. Salt and flour combined together produce a ‘mixture’ – they are physically combined but no reaction has taken place. When the water and food colouring mix completely they form a solution. When all the ingredients are heaped in together and kneaded, a new substance is formed because chemical reactions have taken place.

For more on the science of this activity, download the infosheet: http://bit.ly/PlayDoughInfo

This series of ExpeRimental is supported by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

ExpeRimental, brought to you by the Royal Institution of Great Britain, is a series of free short films that make it fun, easy and cheap to do science at home with children aged 4 to 10. Our films give you lots of ideas for kids' activities that will help you explore the world around you, question and experiment together. We'll show you how to do the activity and how to make sure adults and children get the most out of it. Why not have a go and then tell us what you think on our Facebook page? https://www.facebook.com/Ri.ExpeRimental

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