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Christie Fountain 10/06/2006 11:00 AM Public Speaking “Making Play-Doh” General Purpose: To Inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience on how to make play-doh Central Idea: Play-doh can be made right in the comfort of your own home Introduction I. Imagine when you were a little kid, and it was a rainy day and you had absolutely nothing to do but watch T.V. A. Well I have learned a solution to solve this boring rainy day problem. B. When I was a senior in High School I was a student teacher for kindergarten. 1. One of the lesson plans I created was how to make play-doh. 2. But as most kids do, they want to know how things taste, smell, feels, and so on and so forth. 3. So I looked up how to make edible play-doh. And it turned out to be a great success. C. So I am going to teach y’all how to make this edible play-doh that can put an end to those boring rainy days.
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D. I will show you the ingredients needed, the procedure for making the play- doh, and then I will also teach you how to make non-edible play-doh.
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  • 1 cup, Measuring cup, 1 teaspoon, edible play-doh, Christie Fountain

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