Borax Crystal Snowflakes | Winter Craft

Borax Snowflakes | Crystal Borax Snowflakes | Science for Kids | Christmas Crafts | Winter Crafts | Crafts for KidsIt's sure magical when the snow falls from the sky, covering the world in white! Recreate some of that magic inside by making these one-of-a-kind snowflakes!

In this easy DIY tutorial, you’ll learn how to make a Borax snowflake! You can display this sparkly snowflake in the window or hang it as an ornament on the Christmas tree.

This science experiment is great for children ages 6 and older with adult supervision. It takes about 30-45 minutes to complete, but the pipe-cleaner snowflakes will then need to soak in the Borax solution overnight to crystallize.

WARNING: This project involves HOT water, which an ADULT should handle! Children should not carry or pour the hot water!

Before getting started on this snowflake craft, make sure you have a measuring cup, scissors, string, skewers, pipe cleaners, borax and a glass or jar.

If you have fun making Borax snowflakes with me, like this kids' science video, share it with a friend and subscribe to my YouTube channel! You may also like creating glacier gak with me! It's a great winter activity!

 


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