The Chemistry of Snowflakes - Bytesize Science
by the American Chemical Society
Published on Dec 17, 2012 Snowflake photo courtesy of ACS
The video tracks formation of snowflakes from their origins in bits of dust in clouds that become droplets of water falling to Earth. When the droplets cool, six crystal faces form because water molecules
Discovery Channel - Filming Snowflakes Forming 01:26
Each individual snowflake is as beautiful as it is unique. With help from an electron microscope, Frozen Planet shows you snow forming in a way you've never seen it before.
Snowflake Watching - Discovery Channel Dec 23, 2010
Physicist Ken Libbrecht has an obsession with snowflakes and has travelled the world studying and documenting them. Because of their complexity no two snowflakes are the same and provide a limitless variety of shapes and structures to study.
Snowflake from Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snowflake
Six Pointed Cutout Paper Snowflake
A very fun way of making snowflakes, each time you open one up it is a surprise. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0AfT-w5vH2w
A fun virtual way of making snowflakes. Try your design before you cut the real paper.