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Snowflake Fun

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J Kostenbader

on 25 February 2016

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Transcript of Snowflake Fun

How Snowflakes Form
As an ice crystal drops through the clouds it bumps and knocks others and becomes a snowflake.
Its a myth that no 2 snowflakes are the same.
Types of Snowflakes
Snowflakes have 6 different types. Plate, column, stars, dendrite, lacy, and needle.
Did You Know
Snowflakes always have 6 sides.
Snowflake Fun
Snowflakes usually appear in the winter.
The largest snowflake was 15 inches
Snowflakes and snow crystals are basically the same thing.
Tyler Murphy 505
snowflakes are not frozen raindrops. Frozen raindrops are known as sleet.
i personally think snowflakes are very cool yet mysterious.
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