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Wonderful Snowflakes

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J Kostenbader

on 25 February 2016

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Transcript of Wonderful Snowflakes

What Are Snowflakes
When it snows you say, ”It’s snowing!” but really it’s just raining. Snowflakes are frozen rain droplets that have turned into ice crystals. And you have not known this, but every snowflake is unique
My Opinion On Snowflakes
Winter is one of my favorite seasons. I love to shovel the snow. Me and my friends use that snow to make epic snow forts. Then we make a bunch of snowballs and have an enormous snowball fight. In conclusion I LOVE snowflakes.
How Snowflakes Are Made
Snowflakes do not just simply fall but they have a few steps to form. The snowflakes start their journey the same as a rain droplet, water evaporates and goes into the clouds. But when its is REALLY cold, the droplets freeze and eventually fall down to the ground
Super Snowflakes
Olivia Kacperak class 503
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