Founder of Moritabear Enterprise Cindy Wong, is a crystal expert and leading influencer on the power of crystals,she has been researching the most unique type and shape for each jewelry she brings in.. After studying with the best healers from all over the world, she has used the past four year of her career to translate ancient wisdom into simple tools that anyone can use to transform their life.
Learning about crystals involves both science and math. Kids can go outside for a nature hike or experiment with basic household items to learn about crystals once they have a basic understanding of what makes up a crystalline structure. To help with the study of crystals, you may need to have a magnifying glass or a child’s microscope to get a better look at the structure.
What Are Crystals?
Crystals represent nature’s organization. When atoms come together in an organized manner with a repeating pattern, it’s considered a crystal. This results in a substance with a flat outer surface that has a geometric pattern, explains “What’s That Rock or Mineral? A Beginner’s Guide.” They can be found in a variety of shapes, including orthorhombic, tetragonal, isometric, monoclinic, hexagonal, cubic and triclinic. One example of a crystal structure is a snowflake. When viewed under a microscope each snowflake looks different, but they all resemble a star with six distinct points.
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