Do you like snow?   2 comments

Snowed trees on mount Brocken, Harz, Germany

Snowed trees on mount Brocken, Harz, Germany (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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1) Do you like snow?
2) What are your earliest memories of snow?
3) What fun things can you do in the snow?
4) Can snow be dangerous?
5) Do you think snow is beautiful?
6) Do you ever really hope that it snows?
7) Where does the white color go when snow melts?
8) Which is more fun, having a snowball fight or making a snowman?
9) Would you prefer to live in a snowy place or a desert?
10) Which is more fun, a snow plough, a snowmobile or a toboggan?

 

 

 

 

 

1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘snow’?
2) Is snow necessary to have a real Christmas?
3) How do they make artificial snow?
4) What do you think people in hot countries think of snow the first time they see it?
5) Is snow romantic?
6) What do you think it would be like to have snow drifts 3 metres high come to your town?
7) How much snowfall would you like your country to have each year?
8) What would you do if you were hiking and there was a snowstorm?
9) What do you think of snowflakes?
10) Which would / do you prefer – snowboarding or skiing?

 

English: From a Central Region Snow Workshop, ...

English: From a Central Region Snow Workshop, powerpoint presentation on CSI http://www.crh.noaa.gov/eax/science/WinterWxWkshp/CSI.ppt This is not from the NWS but rather research from SLU and the CIPS project. http://www.eas.slu.edu/CIPS/ (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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