Since the snow began to fall, we have been trying to get faster at putting on our snow clothes. We are now so speedy that we are putting out this challenge to others to see how fast they can be.
How fast are you? Make a video to show us! If it is public, we’ll post it on our blog.
Great job! We will have to work on this in our K class. We are usually stay at home if it snows in South Carolina!
Ah, but that would mean we would stay home from November until March! As you can see, we know how to dress for the weather here.
I love your snow clothes challenge 2014 it was awsome!Its very intresting i love it.
Great job on the race! We don’t have any snow right now. We live in Missouri, and it is 50 degrees outside. When it snows again we will try to beat your time.
We hope you get snow so you can try our challenge.
We enjoyed watching your snow challenge video. We can’t participate in the snowsuit challenge because we have no snow. We have lots of fog today. Joven also says we have too much rain. When it snows in Surrey it only usually stays for 2 or 3 days. How long does your snow stay for? We are thinking that we may time ourselves getting ready for home. We are looking forward to learning more about your class.
Thank you for your comment. We have snow for about five months. Adam wonders why your snow only stays for two or three days.
What a fun way to get the kids to speed things up! During my internship getting kids ready and then undressed in our grade one classroom was such a struggle!! Would definitely love to try this in a classroom one day!
We accept your challenge! We are a grade one class in Montreal and we have LOTS of experience with snow clothes!
Look for our video coming soon!
I love to watch this every year! I think I saw you do it with teachers one year. We have very little snow, so we will try to do the “Going Home” challenge and organize to get out to the car line quickly. I admire all of the nice coats, scarves, hats etc. that you all have in Moose Jaw! Very fast and efficient boys and girls!
We can’t wait to see your video!
Ms. Cassidy we took your challenge! Our 26 Kindergarten students from Ontario Canada got ready in 5 minutes. Here is our video! It was fun! http://youtu.be/uqC-EJ9Pdf4
Kathy!!! We are a first grade class in Jacksonville Fl! Check out our video on our blog at http://www.teachingwithintentions.blogspot.com
Thank you for your inspiration!
We couldn’t quite do it quietly but here you go! It was fun!