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Frozen Fun in February

How about some Frozen Fun in February? Gotta admit, I am a Frozen fan! I have seen it a zillion times and I still love it. So when I came across this little video with some Frozen themed science experiments, I was pumped! You and your students can turn water into ice just like Elsa and build your own snowman in the comfort of your adorable classroom! Thank you, Best of Orlando! Check this out:

Isn’t it the best! I thought you might want the written directions and a reflection sheet to use with your students. Click here to download the Frozen Fun Files.  Do You Want to Build a Snowman? I sure hope so! Have fun!

Clipart by Educlips.

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