• What is the girl doing? Why?
  • How does she feel about the snow?
  • Does she live somewhere where it snows often?
  • Science link: What is snow? How is it formed? Why are all snowflakes different? What happens to snow when it falls to the ground? Why does snow sometimes settle and sometimes melt?
  • Geography link: Why does it snow more in some countries than others?

Credit: Kate Parker

  • harrison
    Posted at 10:11h, 18 December Reply

    the girl is trying to tast the snow and get the chistmas spirit and have lots
    of fun and be very happy and joyfull and I think she lives in a not snow place and I can
    tell because she is very happy and feels very happy inside.

  • Luke Rawal
    Posted at 10:26h, 03 March Reply

    The girl is trying to catch some of the falling snow into her mouth.She loves the snow because if she hated the snow she would not be outside in the first place.Yes because there is so much snow falling where she is.snow is falled by water which will evapourate in the sun.Sometimes their is more snow in a countrie then another countrie this is because the temperture is different in different countries so like Russia is very hot but the North pole is very cold.

    • alessandra
      Posted at 11:59h, 04 March Reply

      Luke in crossculicilar week we learned about russia and was always less than -10 decrees in greek it might be like +70 decrees but that doesnt mean the rest of russia is

  • alessandra
    Posted at 11:56h, 04 March Reply

    The little girl is trying to catch some snow flakes with her tongue . She loves the snow and i can tell that because if you lived in a place like the north pole you would get sick of the snow but shes having fun .Shes a little girl so if she lived in places like the north pole she wouldnt get sick of it . Little kids have a big imagination so she wouldnt get sick of it till a teenager

  • Tamsir jagne
    Posted at 18:39h, 04 March Reply

    The young, interested girl, who loved the beautifully magestic snow, was outside tasting the flakes. She loves snow so much that she wanted to have snow for lunch. The snow intrigued her. This is a one in a lifetime experience because she never usually has snow. Snow is like frozen water droplets and is formed in cold temperatures. Snowflakes can form differently because the different temperatures. The snow could melt when it touches the ground or it could stay if there is enough snow. The temperature of the ground or it can allow the snow to settle. Colder countries are more likely to have snow than the hotter countries.

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