Ages 3+ / Grades PreK-3
• The original fake snow polymer
• Just add water to make gallons of white fluffy snow in seconds!
• Leave the snow out to dry and reuse it again… and again
• As seen on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, 9News, & CBS News
<bold>Make Gallons of Fluffy Snow in Seconds</bold>
<bold>The original fake snow polymer!</bold>
Snow is a seasonal phenomenon, but it can’t be relocated inside for study and play, and – in some areas of the country – it won’t appear at all. So, when snow (and fun) is on the mind, let the kids devour hours of fun with one of these Steve Spangler Science Insta-Snow Powder Kits – delivering realistic, fluffy snow that can be dried out to reuse countless times. With just the addition of water, the liquid/insta-snow powder mix turns into a solid within seconds—no mixing required. A true wonder and learning asset for a multitude of settings and playtimes.
<bold>Insta-Snow isn’t just a cool demonstration, educators have found great use in sensory tables for early childhood and chemistry for advanced sciences!</bold>
No matter what quantity of Insta-Snow you choose, you’ll get all of the materials you need including mixing instructions and the scientific explanation. You’re getting a “WOW” factor with a ton of scientific application. Recommended for children ages 4 and up with adult supervision.
<bold>What does it teach?</bold>
Explore the ever-changing science of polymers as students experiment with Instant Snow. Each Insta-Snow product comes with an activity guide with suggestions for science fair projects and fun ways to explore the science of polymers. Within seconds, the liquid/powder mixture turns into a solid and then erupts into a fluffy, white snow-like material (no mixing required). Watch in amazement as it instantly expands up to 100 times its original volume.
<bold>Why Does Snow Feel Cold to the Touch?</bold>
Since the snow is almost entirely made up of water, the water is bound to evaporate. The process of evaporation produces a constant cooling effect. That’s why Insta-Snow is so much fun to touch!
<bold>Can You Reuse It?</bold>
The snow will start to dehydrate after a few days due to evaporation. Just spray the top of the snow with water and fluff the snow with your fingers to give it a fresh, fluffy look. You can also let the snow completely dry out to use it again. The dry form of Insta-Snow powder will last forever!
<bold>Take it Further!</bold>
Try building a snow fort or an igloo by freezing blocks of snow using an ice tray.
Age / Grade
Ages 3+ / Grades PreK-3
Steve Spangler Science