Isaiah 16:18a “Come now, and let us reason together,” says the Lord, “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow…”
Snow is an iconic part of the Canadian Cultural Identity, but not all of Canada often gets snow. This week, a large part of the Canadian West Coast got snow where it does not normally fall! If you got snow, why not make the most of it with some educational fun activities before the opportunity melts away!?
Web-Link Library Resources:
- SnowCrystles.com – Your online guide to snow crystals and other ice phenomena. Activities, photos, educational videos and more.
- Winter STEAM with SNOW – Fun winter STEAM activities.
- Snowflake Bentley STEM Activity – Build a Snowflake.
- PRINTABLE WINTER STEM CHALLENGE ACTIVITY CARDS
- Teaching about Snowflakes – A Flurry of Ideas for Science and Math Integration.
- WILSON A. BENTLEY: SNOWFLAKE SHAPE ACTIVITY – Middle school resource.
- Popular Winter Resources: K-Gr. 12.
- The Snowshoe Storyteller – The historical importance of snowshoes.
- The Science of Snowflakes – Scientific explanation of the formation of a snowflake (creation not by design perspective).
- EASY Homemade Snow Ice Cream – NO MACHINE! – For a slightly healthier, historically accurate (and iconically Canadian) option, use maple syrup instead of white sugar.
- Curio.ca – Snow and Winter Resources.
- Learn360 – Snow and Winter Resources (Video Content).
- Discovery Education – Snow and Winter Resources (Video Content) K-Gr. 12.
- World Book Kids – Snow and Winter Resources.