Spin the wheel with this snow-themed random student selector tool 🌀 - It's a very cool way to make choices!
⛄️ Fun fact: Did you know that snow is not actually white. Snow appears white because the complex structure of snowflakes causes light to scatter and diffuse in many directions, which generally makes it appear white to our eyes. In reality, snowflakes are made of ice crystals and are transparent. The scattering of light is similar to how soap bubbles or sugar crystals appear white despite being made of clear material. This optical phenomenon is what makes snowy landscapes appear so bright and pristine.
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