Informative Essay On Snowflakes

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Snowflakes

' ' A snowball in the face is surely the perfect beginning to a lasting friendship, ' ' Markus Zusak. According to ' 'Snow day! ' ' by Tabitha Walker it must be thirty two degrees Fahrenheit or below to receive snow. Each snowflake can have up to two hundred ice crystals. The ice crystals combine in mostly hexagonal shapes. Snowflakes are beautiful because they have a unique appearance, a fascinating formation, and they are magical. That’s why I think snowflakes are beautiful.

To begin with, snowflakes have a unique appearance because they 're white and sparkly. According to "Snow day!" they have five to eight sides. The article states that they 're different from artificial flakes because people put up snowflake decoration but it 's faux so it sometimes confuses others on how snowflakes really look. Sometimes people look at replicas and think that’s how snowflakes really look but most of
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Additionally, snowflakes have a fascinating formation because they normally have six sides, the degrees helps it snow, which I find is really cool, and their water molecules sometimes split or double. Again there are many more reasons that make snowflakes are fascinating. These are the reasons I chose. That’s how snowflakes have a fascinating formation. Sometimes we miss school because of, snow falling. So, children prefer winter so they can miss school.

Lastly, snowflakes have a fascinating formation because they come from the sky but how, they 're white so where do they get their color from, According to "Snow day," how do they melt with in four seconds of falling? That 's how snowflakes have a fascinating formation. I think that snowflakes have a fascinating formation because sometimes I watch them fall and I think they look cool when they fall. How do they do these things though? That’s how I think snowflakes have a fascinating formation. There is many other reasons but I though these were the most principle
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