Snow is formed when temperatures are low and there is moisture – in the form of tiny ice crystals – in the atmosphere.
When these tiny ice crystals collide they stick together in clouds to become snowflakes. If enough ice crystals stick together, they’ll become heavy enough to fall to the ground.
Using insta-snow, your little one performed two actions.
They first learned about what a sphere is, and formed one with their “snow”, and then talked about the letter W, and used their snow to make their very own letter W!
Your little ones have a powerful desire to explore and question the world around them.
They couple their imaginations with accessible materials to recreate many of the situations they learn about on a daily basis.
They do this as a means to integrate the known with the unknown.