Nashville kindergartner Carden Corts (he already has a perfect anchorman name) produced what might be the best Kindergarten-level project in existence.
The assignment was to make a weather forecast video for school, and his father, who works in video production, helped him out. Seriously though, the only assignments I had in Kindergarten were coloring books.
Carden starts strong, working hard to accurately pronounce “meteorologist,” but then gets sidetracked by the network’s sponsor, Pokémon cards. In his defense, Pokémon is a fun word to yell.
Carden then uses a “weather simulator” to transport him outside where he accidentally ends up in a hurricane, snow storm, and tornado before teleporting in front of his school, Waverly Belmont Elementary. Read more…
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Kindergartners should probably always do the weather report