Have your child print the 3D snowflake templates on a sheet of white paper. Start off with the biggest square template -- this snowflake will be the easiest one to create. Let your child use scissors to cut the square out. Take a closer look with your child at the paper square.
A couple suggested publishing it, which I plan on getting done at some point. I love the examples and everything- a great way for gradually getting stuff done.
Reply Kate Gordon June 27, at 2: Trenten June 22, at 5: This is a little more structured than I like to be at the very beginning, but you offered up some crucial tips about what to think about, what to look for, and to create a plot and characters which will keep moving forward.
Reply Jesse Greathouse June 19, at 2: I thought people would find it an interesting read on how I put this theory into practice, and why. Reply A Mansbridge February 7, at 8: I like the steps you use and will aim to utilise this structure to help with my novel outline.
Thank you for making the snowflake method simple to follow. Reply Juliana January 3, at 8: Helped me out alot! Reply Leena September 7, at I never wrote that story as planned, but Snowflake certainly helped me to make the plot and characters clear in my head.
The story line I created with Snowflake for was used as basis of the novel I have now written — I just took another angle to the story. My writing style is such that the characters seem to surprise me by doing unplanned things and the story goes to quite another direction than my original intention was, but I think the Snowflake is still good to use.
You can tweak your story line later, if necessary, or create a completely new one. For writers whose writing seems to be all over the place, the method can give a nice framework and maybe some discipline to write.
Reply Damian Wojakowski July 22, at 1: I want to add that scrivener eases the snowflake method more than a word software. There was great loss when 1 passed, the other pined and endured greatly within.
Are they performing issues for the right factors? Randy Ingermanson March 4, at 2: Glad to see you like my Snowflake method! When I first posted the Snowflake article on my web site, I had no idea it would become so popular all around the world. I thought a few people might find it interesting.
In my opinion, there is no one best way to get your first draft written. Whatever works for you is what works for you.
The value of talking about creative paradigms is that when you see how other writers do it, you sometimes realize that you have other options. People email me all the time to say that the Snowflake has liberated them—they thought a writer was supposed to just write to a blank page with no preparation.
Of course, other writers would feel like the Snowflake is a pair of handcuffs on their creativity—they really need that blank page. To each his own. Reply clare weiner March 5, at 8: Reply Helena Halme January 31, at I was also surprised to find that you use Word for the writing bit — have you tried Scrivener?
Michael La Ronn January 30, at 5: I think that this is a great starting point for any novel. Reply clare weiner January 30, at 4: It can work well: On the up side, I had a good idea what was going to happen event-wise.
Anyhow, many thanks for posting: Reply caz greenham January 30, at 3: What a wonderful method too. I write for children with no more than 40pages usually.
But I love a challenge!A snowflake is a single ice crystal that has achieved a sufficient size, and may have amalgamated with others, then falls through the Earth's atmosphere as snow.
Each flake nucleates around a dust particle in supersaturated air masses by attracting supercooled cloud water droplets, which freeze and accrete in crystal form.
Download a snowflake template by clicking the "Download" button below each image. You will need a PDF reader to view the file. Print out on A4 or Letter size paper. If you chose the blank template, draw your own snowflake design in the section indicated in the template.
Cut and fold the paper following these steps: 1. Koch's Snowflake: Step through the generation of the Koch Snowflake -- a fractal made from deforming the sides of a triangle, and explore number patterns in sequences and geometric properties of fractals.
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