Hello! It was great to hear from you. I'm glad to know you're interested in me. My name is Sandy, and I'm a snowflake. If you've ever seen me or any of my friends, you probably liked us. Most children do. That's because of all kinds of weather, snow is some of the prettiest. We're white, soft, and light. And when we fall, we bring lots of fun to children.
My life as a snowflake starts way up high in the clouds where it is usually pretty cold. Clouds are made up of moisture. Moisture collects and freezes and starts to fall out of the sky. That's where I become a snowflake. As the moisture collects and freezes, snowflakes can grow into some beautiful shapes and sizes.
Ice freezes in very interesting ways. How I freeze and what I look like depends a lot on the weather. In most cases, I'm irregular, meaning that I don't have an exact shape. Sometimes, I look like I'm cut from paper, other times, I can look pretty messy.Paragraphs 4 to 7:
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