Want to make a snow pal, but it's still too warm this winter? Don't worry, you can try this snow pal experiment at home. In this experiment, children explore the properties of water as they discover why snow pals melt.
***I will be updating in a few hours with the results of our two snow pals
Be prepared for some interesting responses from your little ones. For example, a child once remarked, "Ms. Maria, the ice melted but the rocks stayed the same!" I replied, "Why do you think that happened?" By asking them more questions instead of giving them the answers right away, it gives children a chance to think and find answers on their own.