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Materials jar mixing container flat pan 1 cup water small square of aluminum foil to cover the mouth of the jar spoon 2 cups plaster of Paris paints and paintbrushes Procedure 1. Place the jar in the middle of the pan. Cover the mouth of the jar with the aluminum foil. 2. Pour the plaster of Paris into the mixing container. Add water and stir. 3. When the plaster is fairly stiff, pour it over the jar. Scrape away any plaster that is directly on the aluminum foil. 4. Using the spoon, sculpt the plaster so that it looks like the sides of a volcano.
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