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The Snowflake Alphabet

How do messages travel to and from Winter Wonderland? Children from around the world mail letters to Santa. Have you ever wondered how Santa sends messages? He uses the snowflake alphabet. 

Here is a fun graphic. Can you decode it? (Scroll to the bottom for the answer)

Or you can watch the video on YouTube and decode it there. Click on picture below or this link:   http://bit.ly/decodesnowflakealphabet


Every letter from A to Z has a matching snowflake. Messages are typed on a telegraph and then magically sent to the recipient. Princess Claus sends messages to her friend Cole. His household has two magical telegraphs. One is in his living room. This one is for his mom (who is best friends with Princess Claus' mom). The other is in Cole's room so he and Princess Claus can communicate without prying eyes of a parent. 

The snowflake alphabet is also the official written form of communication in Winter Wonderland. Many of the books in the library are written in snowflakes.

More graphics to decode coming soon!

You can check out the music video Snow Globe Prison Here:

http://bit.ly/SnowGlobePrisonYouTube

Answer: SING

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