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Polymer Snow Is the Winter Activity from “Kitchen Chemistry: Weather Science”

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Make polymer snow! This is the Winter-themed activity in Kitchen Chemistry: Weather Science, created by Audrey Hagopian for our Charter a Summer of Learning guide.

Materials for Polymer Snow

Snow powder (find it at Amazon, Walmart, or Steve Spangler)

Water

Cup

Procedure for Polymer Snow

Measure 1 teaspoon of snow powder and add it to the cup.

Pour 2 ounces of room temperature water on top of the snow powder in the cup.

Watch & observe the snow created in front of your eyes!

Ask your child to list the similarities and differences between the polymer snow that they created and the real snow that falls from the sky.

Note: Check the ratios of snow powder to water on your snow powder container as they may be different from what is listed above.

Read More About Weather Science

“Cloud Formation,” NASA Climate Kids

“Sunny Science: Sun Up, Fade Out,” Scholastic

“Cloud,” National Geographic

“Snow,” Britannica Kids

More Kitchen Chemistry

Find activities for Spring, Summer, and Fall in the Kitchen Chemistry: Weather Science post created by Audrey Hagopian for our Charter a Summer of Learning guide.

Date

Jul 21 2020
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Time

All Day

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