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Snow in hand – Instant Snow Activity for Kids

Instant snow is a type of polymer with super absorbent quality. Super absorbent means it can instantly absorb 4 times of its quantity of water when added to it.

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So now even if you live in hot climatic areas, you can still enjoy and have fun with fluffy instant snow. You can make your own white fake snow with this super absorbing polymer by just adding water to it.

Snow in hand is one of the various fun activities performed by using fluffy snow in which kids can make reusable instant snow  in their hands.

Safety First! Adult Supervision Required. Don’t Eat/Drink your Experiments, Wear safety goggles where ever required.

Materials and tools required for Instant Snow in Hand

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  • Fluffy Snow Powder by Yucky Science
  • Water
  • Spoon

Video on the YouTube for experiment – Instant Snow

What to do!

Step 1. Put the snow powder in hand

Step 2- put water in hand

Step 3- play with snow

 

Images for instructions

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Step 2 - Snow in hand activity for kids

Step 3 - Snow in hand activity for kids

Working principle of the activity

This instant snow is a white powder like polymer which has great affinity for liquids. It can just suck up all the liquid and grow into real fluffy and almost resembling like the real snow and that too within seconds. In this activity, when we add water to the snow powder, being a superabsorbent polymer it readily absorbs the water and swells into fluffy white snow in your hand.

The best part is you can make your snow anywhere and at any time irrespective of your surrounding temperatures. It means you can now enjoy and have fun with snow even if it doesn’t snow in your area or in summers too as it doesn’t even melt!!

You can also get your dry snow powder polymer back by evaporating the added water from it and reuse it. That means it’s again ready for another fluffy instant snow experiment.