Hello everyone! I’m linking up with some of my blogging buddies for a Snow Much Fun Blog Hop, so I thought I’d do a post about snowflakes. What can be more fun than snowflakes?
I love teaching about anything having to do with snow. I guess part of the reason I enjoy it so much is because as a child growing up in Florida it NEVER snowed. I wanted to see snow so badly. When we moved to Montgomery, Alabama, I saw light snow flurries a couple of times, but it wasn’t until my junior year in college, that I saw a real snow. I was so excited. I built my first snowman, and some friends and I got trays from the dining hall and had a blast sitting on them and sliding down hills on campus.
In honor of all things snowy, I thought I’d share with you how to make crystal snowflakes. Kids love to make these, and besides that, they’re quick and easy to make in the classroom, and they require very few ingredients. So let’s get started!
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