Amazing Snowflake Videos

I mentioned previously that one of my favorite books about snow is about Snowflake Bentley, the first person to photograph the intricate designs of snowflakes. Here are some videos to correspond with the book Snowflake Bentley, and lessons about snowflakes in general.

Learn more about Snowflake Bentley and learn about how snowflakes form with these cool snowflake videos.


Snowflake Videos Related to Snowflake Bentley

Watch a narrated version of the book Snowflake Bentley by Jacqueline Briggs Martin.

Do you want to see a kid's take on Snowflake Bentley's passion and his life? Here is a video of the story as illustrated by fourth-graders. I love seeing their pictures and hearing their voices narrate the story!

Just want to talk about Snowflake Bentley's snowflakes? Here is a slideshow of the images that Snowflake Bentley captured himself.

Videos about Snowflakes in General

Want to learn more about how snowflakes form? Here’s a video from PBS. 

Here is another from SciShow Kids. My younger elementary kids love this show!

See another video from a modern-day Snowflake Bentley, a physicist who today studies the intricacies of snowflakes.

Watch on YouTube, from Discovery TV UK

Snowflake Videos with Interesting Science

This is an amazing time lapse of a snowflake forming!

What to preserve a snowflake forever? Here's an interesting idea!

There is a scientist striving to make identical twin snowflakes.

Snowflakes are certainly fascinating to study. Next time it snows, go out and try to capture some before they melt away! You could also do a melting snow experiment, try writing in the snow, and learn about animal footprints in winter. If you are feeling crafty, make Zoo Animal Snowflakes!

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Snowflakes are amazing! These cool snowflake videos get up close and personal with the details behind these beautiful creations of nature.

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