Snowflake Science, Snowflake Classroom Display

We are unique as snowflakes class display

No two snowflakes are alike. Science Exploration Explain to students that back in the late 1800’s Wilson Bentley was the first to photograph snowflakes by attaching a camera to a microscope. After taking many pictures of snowflakes he coined the phrase “no two snowflakes are alike”.  A good book to read is Snowflake Bentley. It […]

Catching Snowflakes Experiment

Is it true that no two snowflakes are alike?  Find out by putting pieces of black construction paper in the freezer overnight.  On a snowy day take the frozen pieces of paper outside and catch snowflakes on them.  Look at the snowflakes through a magnifying glass. You may also like: Snow Science Experiments and STEM