Got Winter? Watch These Fun Facts with Your Kids

By Kisha DeSandies Lester
Mom and kids looking at a smartphone in winter gear

Whether you are snowed at home or watching the “bomb cyclone” from a warm and sunny location, you can use winter storms to teach your kids some fun winter facts.

Check out these fun short videos from Bayer’s Making Science Make Sense Library and discuss with your family!

And if you’re feeling a little cabin fever, try our homemade snow-day crafts!

Why No Two Snowflakes Are Alike

Snowflakes are individualists, but they start out as water vapor inside a very cold cloud.

How Do Birds Know to Fly South for the Winter?

Every fall, northern birds fly to warmer climates. To discover why, we have to get inside a bird’s head.

Where Do Insects Go During the Winter?

There are millions of different species of insects, and most try to avoid the cold, but in different ways.

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