Historic Snowflake Color Book Printable Illustrations
Ever since the invention of the microscope scientists have explored the realm of things unseen to the naked eye. Prior to the microscope scientists made educated guess about the shape and structure of snowflakes.
Scientists, scholars and curious educators made some pretty imaginative guesses about the nature of snowflakes and what they looked like. I am presenting these sketches and illustrations in greatly enlarged format for children to print and color and for parents and teachers to use as teaching aids.
Scientific Snowflake Explorer Illustrations and History
Snowflake symmetrical pattern images make wonderful hanging ornaments and holiday decorations for special events and community gatherings. Fill a room or dance hall with a colorful blizzard of colorful snow flakes to enhance the mood for any festive celebration. Laminate your favorite designs for reuse year after year.
Hobbiests and crafty folk can make stencils and apply using a paint brush or roller brush. Etch the desigs onto glassware, sponge onto surfaces with paint or silk screen onto cloth or clothing. Cut out the pattern onto foam sheets or sponges to create unique textured effect. Print on clear window decal material for fun window decorations or print on magnetic "paper" available at most office supply stores. Cut out the designs with scissors or X-Acto knives. Apply colorful stencil images to furniture or decorate the walls to create meaningful and everlasting decorations to enjoy for years to come.
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