The Science (and Math!) of Snowflakes
This lesson discusses how snowflakes are formed from water molecules, why they always make similar geometric shapes, and answers the age-old question of whether two snowflakes can be alike. Although this is listed as a science lesson, there are also math applications (geometry).
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