social(please help)

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Hi,
I don't wont home made clay.we would like to use play-doh.how to use social study with play-doh.create a model of one of the following LANDFORMS OR BODIES OF WATER
:PENINSULA,MESA OR PLATEAU,MONTAIN,VALLEY,VOLCANO,LAKE,RIVER,OR ISLAND

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