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From Water to Snow
Transcript of From Water to Snow
Snow is a substance that consists of primarily frozen water. Every snowflake has 6 sides and is unique from any other snowflake than any other snowflake that ever fell and will ever precipitate ( fall )! On average a snowflake will have 180,000,000,000 (one hundred eighty billion ) atoms of water. Snow's color appears to be white.
THE SNOWIEST PLACES ON EARTH?
1. AOMORI CITY, JAPAN RECEIVES 312 INCHES OF SNOW ON AVERAGE PER YEAR.
2. SAPPORO, JAPAN
3. TOYAMA, JAPAN
4. NEWFOUNDLAND, CANADA
5. SYRACUSE, N.Y., U.S.A.
Snowflakes form when a droplet of water freezes onto a small object in the sky (after it evaporates), this is the ice crystal. Other objects such as other ice crystals can freeze onto each other making the crystal bigger. Eventually the ice is heavy enough and falls to the ground. Close to the surface it is cold so the frozen water doesn't melt so it falls as snow.
To sum it all up, you've learned the top five snowiest places on earth, how snow forms, what snow looks like, what snow is, my opinion on snow, 5 interesting fun facts about magical snow, and more. I hope you learned something new regarding snow from reading my presentation and have obtained a new interest, focus, and opinion on snow. And you can sled and make snow angels. But don't wait 'til the snow melts (that's why this is called "SUMMERY"). Thank you for reading this! :)
FUN FACTS ABOUT SNOW
Thundersnow is a thunder storm except its without rain but with snow!
The world's largest snowflake was 8 inches wide and 15 inches thick!
Eskimos have close to 100 words that mean the same thing, snow!
80% of the world's freshwater is frozen solid, ice or snow!
Snow isn't actually white, it is clear. It is a basically a reflection of sunlight!
From Water to a Snowy Wonderland
HOW DO SNOWFLAKES FORM?
a new focus on
I like snowflakes but they have flaws. Some include having to shovel or getting on your wrist... it really stings. Snow is also awesome. It can close school ( snow days ) and you can create fun creations like snow men or have snow ball fights. You can climb the mount you built then jump in it! There is a world of possibilities of what you can do with this fun-packed substance!
My Opinion on Snow