Im surprised that igloos need hard dry snow not moist snow
I learned that igloos are hard to make in the cold weather.❄✳✴
I leaned that igloos need an air vent. I wonder if our igloos will hold up in the wet snow.
I learned that igloos help survive in harsh winters.
I learened that the snow has to be compacted to make blocks of snow to make an igloo.
I learned that igloos are sturdy because the harsh winter air packs the snow together tightly.
I learned that the inside of an igloo is 40 degrees higher then outside.
I would have never guesed that an igloo would keep you warm. I wish they told you how many blocks it takes to build an igloo.
I'm surprised igloos have been around for thousands of years.
I learnd that a flikering candle can mean ther is not enohf air
I learned igloos can be 40 degrees warmer than outside. I wonder how a snow cave is different from an igloo.
I wonder how the snow can insualte, 40 degrees above the tempature outside. I hope our igloos will be as strong. I think its cool how the igloos get stronger when you produce heat in it.
I wonder why some snow is easier to builder with.
It's weird that the sun can shine in the igloo but the cold air can't go inside the igloo.
I wonder how you can make a block out of snow?Its cool how blocks can make an iguloo.
I watched the last video and I want to build a snow cave like they did and they gave me some ideas.
I learned that to heat their house, Inuits used kugliks or kukliks. Please don't judge my spelling on that word.
I like how the saw helps a lot.(:
I learned that iguloos need hard dry snow.I wonder if we are aloud to make the same thing they did in the last video.