snowflakes

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100px-snow01-svg Learning about snowflakes is an easy way to integrate math, science, and art.

It’s been snowing where I live so I decided to publish a new product for TPT: Simply Science, Resources for Teaching about Snowflakes. Anyone following my store got an email and know that the product is just $1.50 for the first 48 hours – hint, hint!  😉

 

To thank you for following my blog, I’m sending you the link to the web page that was created just for this product: http://simplyscience.com/snowflakes/

You’ll find online sites that let kids cut out their own snowflakes and then they can save, email, or download their snowflakes for printing. No scraps of leftover paper! Also, there’s information about the science of snowflakes and suggestions for making large paper snowflakes.

If you need clip art of snowflakes, I did a search on Pixabay.com and found these snowflakes just for you: 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, or 14.

I hope you’re enjoying the weather wherever you are!

 

2 thoughts on “snowflakes

  1. Thanks for the idea…and for the snowflake you slowed me! Wonderfully fun art for students after a day of looking through the classroom window and praying the snowflakes begin:) I have great memories of doing these with students, with your masterful input as you actually joined our class that day.

    Thank you for your creativity, your wanting what is best for students, and that endless giving teacher’s heart.

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