Activities for elementary school students: How to build a snowflake

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Do you have a classroom full of children (ages 6 – 9) excited to learn about winter? Then you’ll love this Reading Kingdom recommended activities for elementary school students.

Explore Winter! 25 Great Ways to Learn About Winter by Maxine Anderson is an activity book for young readers ages 6 – 9. The book features 25 hands-on projects, activities, and experiments which teach young readers how to become scientists in the field. Kids answer the question “Why do we have winter?” with experiments and projects that mix real science with real fun.

Click here to download this great educational activity for kids: How to build a snowflake

Here’s what author Maxine Anderson has to say about this activity:
“Hexagons are the building blocks of snowflakes. They can be long and thin, short and stubby, or wide and flat, but they are always six-sided. This project will show you a three-dimensional view of how a snowflake starts.”

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