Snow coloring pictures are suitable for children’s activity. Children’s drawing encourages writing, reading, creativity, helps the child to have more confidence in himself, to express his feelings and to mature psychologically.
Snow is a meteorological phenomenon that consists of the precipitation of small ice crystals. Snow crystals take on geometric shapes with fractal characteristics and are grouped into flakes.
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It is composed of small rough particles and is a granular material. It usually has an open and smooth structure, except when it is compressed by external pressure.
Snow is water vapor that experiences high deposition in the atmosphere at a temperature below 0 °C and subsequently falls to earth.
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The snowflakes are symmetrical, and no pair of snowflakes appear to be identical. The answer is the longitudinal distances of the snowflakes are much higher than the transverse ranges of the snowflakes.
The symmetry of the arms of the amps is always six arms, based on the hexagonal structure of the ordinary ice crystals (known as ice Ih) together with their ‘base’ plane.
There are two widely known possible explanations for the symmetry of snowflakes. Firstly, there could be communication (information transfer) between the arms, so the growth in each arm affects the growth of its opposite end.
Surface tension or phonons is one of how such communication could occur. The other explanation, which seems to be a prevalent version, is that the arms of a snowflake grow independently in an environment that is thought to vary rapidly in temperature, humidity, and so on.
This environment is believed to be relatively homogeneous spatially on the scale of a single flake—it causing the arms to grow at a high level of visual similarity.
It is also responding to identical environmental conditions, in the same way that unrelated trees respond to environmental changes by generating very similar rings on their trunks.