Snow is made when tiny ice
crystals inside clouds stick
together and become a snowflake. You can make pretend snow, then build your very
We used to be
You will need...
2 cups baking powder
Most rain starts off as snow. But it melts before it gets to the ground and turns
2 cups shaving foam
Mix the ingredients with your hands. Your snow should be crumbly, but stick together
if you pat it into a snowball.
If the mixture is too crumbly, add more shaving foam. If it’s too wet, add more baking
Now you can make me and some friends to chill with!
Sprinkle your soft snow!
Now make a snowy person
Roll two snowballs to make your snowperson’s body and head. Try adding googly eyes
Hi!Nice to meet you
Doesyour snow feel like real snow?
Can you hear your snow squelching?
Have you ever seen real snow?
This hat and scarf will keep me warm and cosy. Thanks!
About the book
LOOK I’m a Scientist is a colourful and
inventive collection of very simple first
science experiments for little ones, offering
lots to discover and discuss. It’s published in
hardback by DK, RRP £7.99.
ISBN 9780241231074. Visit www.dk.com
All information is correct at time of publishing