Putting on snow clothes is a time-consuming process, but my students have been getting faster. Today we made a video to show how fast we are.
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this Padlet so that everyone can see how fast you are, too!
Ms. Lirenman’s class in Surrey, B.C. doesn’t get snow very often, so when they finally got some this week, they decided to take our snow clothes challenge. For first timers with snow clothes, we were impressed!
Yet another group of young students has taken our Snow Clothes Challenge. This time the students live in Montreal.
These two classes of students also took our Snow Clothes Challenge. The are fast (and cute)!
First, from Fruit Cove, Florida:
And then from Ontario, Canada:
Any other challengers out there?
Ms. DeGroot’s class in Spirit Lake, Iowa is our first snow clothes challenger!
Another class of young students has taken our snow clothes challenge. This time the students are four (in some cases just turned) and five year olds. Well done!!
A group of primary teachers took our snow clothes challenge!
Two more groups have participated in our snow clothes challenge. We love all these videos!
A group of college students took our challenge and were very fast, but my students were quick to point out that they did not have to put on ski pants, a very time-consuming part of getting dressed.
A class from the eastern United States also sent us a video.
Three more classes have taken our challenge to see how fast they can get on their snow clothes. These classes are FAST.
grade two class in Regina:
French immersion class timed themselves to see how fast they could take their snow clothes OFF.