In many places, this is the time of year kids are having a ball in the snow. How would you like to make your very own snow here in the Sunshine State?
Let’s begin with some cool snowflake factoids:
How Are Snowflakes Formed?
Snowflakes are formed when water vapor freezes to a particle of dust or pollen. As the tiny ice particle moves through the clouds, more water vapor freezes to it. Eventually, a snowflake is formed and is heavy enough to fall from the clouds to the ground.
All snowflakes are hexagonal in shape (having 6 arms). Each snowflake has a unique design which is determined by humidity and temperature.
Make Your Own Snow
This recipe can be doubled or tripled. Refrigerate for some really cool snow or to store in a closed container.
1 large bowl
Large spoon for mixing
3 cups of baking soda
1/2 cup of white hair conditioner
Add the baking soda and hair conditioner to the bowl and mix well using the large spoon. Then, your snow is ready to enjoy!