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The Winter Wonder We

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J Kostenbader

on 25 February 2016

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Transcript of The Winter Wonder We

White, or are they?
Are All Snowflakes The Same?
Want to Know How They Form? Read Below
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A snowflake forms when
an extremely cold
droplet of water freezes
into a dust particle. When
the ice crystal hits the
ground, the water vapor
freezes into a brand new
figure with six arms.
No, all snowflakes are not the same. but, they all dohave six legs. Some snowlakes have branches on their legs, some have triangles. And some have spikes. Not one snowflake in the world has the same characteristic. Each snowflake is unique!
Thursday, February 2, 2016
Vol XCIII, No. 311
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What can you do in the snow?Do I like it?
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Well...
In the snow you can sled, build snowmen, make snow angles, and have snowball fights! Personally, I think that snow is soooo fun! Even though it can cause chills, it is extremely fun! I also enjoy catching the snowflakes in my mouth! You should go and play in the snow one day! thanks for watching and .....
LET IT SNOW!!!!



The Winter Wonder We Live In
Snowflakes! Snowflakes! Ahhh! They are in my hair and they are everywhere! As we know snowflakes come from the sky, but how do they form in the sky? And what do they look like?If you have a great curiosity about snowflakes, read on!
All Snowflakes Are
Different
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