snowflake crystalsLearn About Snow – Kids  Fun Craft

You will need:

Black construction paper

Magnifying glass

Snow

LET IT SNOW!

This science inspired craft can be easily recreated and displayed in your home.

Instructions:

1. Place a sheet of construction paper in the freezer for one hour or until it feels chilled to the touch.

2. With a magnifying glass in hand, rush outdoors while the snow is still falling

3. Allow snowflakes to fall on paper.

4. Quickly examine each snowflake before it melts under a magnifying glass. No two are ever alike!
How many sides do you see? How many points and different angles do you see?

5. Try to duplicate these snowflakes on white paper. Cut out and hang in your window this winter
season. Remember, no two are ever alike!

kid made snowflake

Geraldine Jensen

Publisher and Editor of Families Online Magazine. Our experts provide warm, loving, and generous advice for you, your family and children, no matter their age -- infants, school age, 'tweens, and teenagers. Features include:Parenting, Ages and Stages of Child Development, Child Support, Cooking, Health, Children's Books, Nutrition, Christian Parenting, Relationships, Green-living, Education and School

Ms. Jensen is a leading advocate for families and children and was the founder and president of ACES, The Association for Children for Enforcement of Support.
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