Virtual Program: Sensational Snowflakes

CROW: Reading in Nature: Sensational Snowflakes!
Wednesday, February 3, 1:00 p.m.
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Snowflakes are actually a cluster of snow crystals stuck together and feature a variety of designs and patterns. How do they form? Listen to "The Story of Snow" to learn the  science of snowflakes and the winter season. This book is written by Mark Cassino with Jon Nelson, Ph.D. After reading, get outside and explore the snowflakes the next time it snows.  If you are participating in the Penguin Party, watch for Ms. Donna's SECRET WORD.  Enter it in your Beanstack account for seven golden tickets!

Cool Crafts with Bailey, Snowflake Slime

Thursday, February 4, 3:00 p.m.

Create your own gooey, snowflake slime. Supplies needed: a bowl, a spoon, 3 cups of shaving cream, 1 tablespoon of saline solution, ½ cup white school glue, and ½ teaspoon of baking soda. Glitter or confetti can also be added! (Z)

Event type
Children's Program
Teen Program

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