Snowflakes!. Snow is actually clear, not white. All snowflakes have only 6 sides. No two snowflakes are alike!. No Two Watersheds are Alike!. St. Louis River. 192 miles long. Starts in Minnesota, ends in Wisconsin.
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No Two are Alike
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No Two are AlikeSlide2
Snow is actually clear, not white
All snowflakes have only 6 sidesNo two snowflakes are alike!Slide3
No Two Watersheds are Alike!
St. Louis River
192 miles long
Starts in Minnesota, ends in WisconsinRuns into Lake SuperiorWatershed is Faxon Creek
3 miles longStarts and ends in WisconsinRuns into the St. Louis RiverWatershed is Slide4
Faxon Creek WatershedSlide5
St. Louis River WatershedSlide6
Take three small pipe cleaners and twist them together to make a six sided snowflake, like in this picture
Make and twist a loop on one of the arms of your snowflake so we can use this to tie a string to it
Create your own unique Snowflake!Slide7
You must have at least one river/creek/stream.
Don’t forget to name your river!
Include drawings of things you would find in your watershed! This can be animals, plants, people, buildings, other rivers/lakes, or anything else you think you could find in a watershed.On the back of the paper, write why your watershed is unique
Draw your own watershed!
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Snowflakes Snow is actually clear not white All snowflakes have only 6 sides No two snowflakes are alike No Two Watersheds are Alike St Louis River 192 miles long Starts in Minnesota ends in Wisconsin ID: 458934 Download Presentation
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