If you have snow, you have snowflakes and snowflake science is the perfect addition to your winter lessons. Here are some great snowflake videos that my son and I really enjoy and think you will too! Plus, we all learned something new with our winter science explorations..
FUN SNOWFLAKE VIDEOS FOR KIDS
If you don’t have the opportunity to observe your own snowflakes, you can totally learn all about them through these short snowflake videos perfect for kids! Snowflakes are truly one of nature’s wonders, and they are fleeting.
These snowflake videos give you an awesome chance to see snowflakes up close, learn how they form, and whether or not all snowflakes are truly unique and one of a kind.
We watched each of these videos together, and I found them appropriate for my 7 year old son to enjoy. In the third video down, they do use the phrase shut up once and say “cheesy” a couple times, but overall I found it an engaging video.
You can also try out your own snowflake science activities at home. You will learn that snowflakes are really ice crystals. The last video I included is about making your own ice crystals.
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AWESOME SNOWFLAKE VIDEOS FOR KIDS!
Watch all of the videos below to check out how snowflakes are formed, how scientists study snowflakes, and how snowflakes can be made in a lab! Plus you can see some gorgeous photographs of ice crystals for cool snowflake science.
Learn about the anatomy of the snowflake and 8 different formations of snowflakes. Can you build your own snowflakes based on the different formations?
These videos will discuss why snowflakes have 6 points except for the ultra rare 12 sided snowflake, how each one is really unique, and the symmetry of snowflakes. Make your own paper snowflakes too!
CHECK OUT 8 DISTINCT FORMATIONS OF SNOWFLAKES
GROW YOUR OWN ICE CRYSTALS
Listen, watch, learn, and try with cool snowflake science videos and activities perfect for winter STEM this season. Winter activity ideas you can use at home or in the classroom. Enjoy snowflake science or ice crystals science whether or not you have snow!
MORE FUN SNOWFLAKE ACTIVITIES
LEARN ABOUT SNOWFLAKES WITH FUN SNOWFLAKE VIDEOS
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