What should we wear in the cold weather?

Fall is here! Every day seems to get  a little bit colder. We have even seen frost on the ground for the past few mornings. We need your help to figure out what to wear in the cold weather. What do you suggest? What do you wear outside in the fall and winter where you live? Please share your list of suggestions with us.


  1. Speno 5th Grade
    Posted October 7, 2015 at 12:23 pm | Permalink

    We live in Vermont and are used to cold climate living. We are aware that Minnesota is much colder. Here are some of our suggestions:
    Alex “layers of sweatshirts, thick furry boots and snowshoes for when it starts snowing”
    Josh “Have as many warm clothes available as possible”
    Bradley “Wear winter coats and snow pants”
    Max “Wool mittens and wool socks so you don’t get frost bite”
    Joey “clothes with fur”
    Avery “winter coat, snow pants and boots”
    Anthony “some type of protective glasses or shades, ski masks, snow pants and boots, thick coat”
    Marina “Don’t forget a hat to cover your ears”

    We are excited to be tracking your progress!

  2. Posted October 8, 2015 at 10:30 am | Permalink

    wear winter stuff

  3. SHJH Science 7
    Posted October 9, 2015 at 10:09 am | Permalink

    A lighter style of a North face jacket so easy to pack up and travel but it is still insulated and warm. Touch screen gloves so that when you do your updates you are still warm. Hiking boots is a great option up north. A ski type of hat to keep head warm and heat in.

  4. bok
    Posted October 21, 2015 at 11:41 am | Permalink

    wear warm clothes

    • cow
      Posted October 28, 2015 at 12:40 pm | Permalink

      Wear a parka or nothing and wear it or else you will get cold. Dont forget smores

  5. Tianna
    Posted November 10, 2015 at 12:47 pm | Permalink

    Hello, I’m Tianna from Ontario. What I think you should wear in the fall/winter is a warm snowsuit that shields you from the wind, warm accessories, and insulated boots. First, I would wear a warm snowsuit. This could include things like: a warm jacket, windproof snow/splash pants, and a hood. This would keep your body warm and out of the wind. Then, I would wear warm accessories, such as: a nice, cozy tuque, a scarf, and mittens. Furry items are usually nice and warm. Lastly, I would wear well insulated boots. If you are wearing runners, rubber boots, or anything else not meant for winter, your toes will freeze! In conclusion, you should make sure you dress well for the cold.
    Tip: Alpaca wool is known to be eight times warmer than regular wool and is very cozy and soft! I have an alpaca wool hat and it is very nice for when I’m at school, or anywhere else, and have cold ears.

  6. Gregory
    Posted November 12, 2015 at 1:16 pm | Permalink

    The Freeman’s

    Hello Freemans! My name is Gregory and I’ll be giving you recommendations about what you’ll wear outside in the winter. First, some of the warmest recommendations are, get a nice winter coat and you will really need a pair of warm comfy pants/snow pants. Second, most of all the stuff you will need will be now, so mittens or gloves (warm gloves) will keep your hands warm , coats andl warm pants a warm ytuke. But there is a sertain brand (Sorel), Sorel is recommended for boots. Wear snow shoes over your snow boots because it will be easyer to walk through the snow, That’s all of the things I could think of.!! Bye Freeman’s

    By Gregory Mancari

  7. BRETT
    Posted November 12, 2015 at 1:17 pm | Permalink

    The Freemans

    Dear, the Freemans we both know you’re going to be facing some tough weather on your amazing adventure! What should you wear you ask , well lets get to the basics socks, shirts, pants, sweat shirts, and shoes will keep you worm in the fall. Also, when it comes to winter you should wear long johns, boots/snow shoes, snow pants, feet/hand warmers, gloves, hats/toques, balaclava, ear muffs and a winter jacket. You should wear these items because they will keep you warm and safe! I hope I helped you and hope you have fun and safe adventure!
    by Brett

  8. caleigh
    Posted November 13, 2015 at 2:05 pm | Permalink

    Dear Freemans, on your trip winter is coming up, so here is my recommendation for what to wear. To start you off, you should get a thick coat, not too heavy though, maybe even a parka if not too heavy. Another thing is snow pants, in case of stepping in deep snow, and having freezing legs. Also, long johns. Trust me you want some. Next, you need boots so I recommend Sorel, as your brand to buy from, and walking through all that snow maybe you could bring snow shoes. Also, for gloves you should get 24 hour lasting, hand warmers, and super warm gloves. Next, I recommend a neck warmer, pretty simple so try to bring that, Also, a hat. my friend has an alpaca wool hat and says “it is very warm” so that is a good idea. 😀

    So in the end you should be very warm, and don’t forget wool socks!

  9. MS DS class hi
    Posted November 18, 2015 at 3:07 pm | Permalink

    Hello, I live in Canada Ontario and I have some advice for you. These are some things that you might need, a winter coat and ski/snow pants because the snow will get more than 1 foot high. A recommended brand is Karbon. It also might be handy to have winter boots and mitts because it can go down to -30 dregrees celsius which is way to cold for normal shoes and bare hands. A brand I don’t recommend is Spider. Some other things that might be nice are a warm, fluffy hat and foot/hand warmers because sometimes your mitts and boots don’t keep you warm. Those are the things I recommend you get

  10. Posted May 20, 2016 at 12:29 pm | Permalink

    You should wear a heated one-piece jacket that warms you up and doesn’t let the heat out unless it is too hot. sincerely Brett w

  11. Mitch
    Posted May 20, 2016 at 12:32 pm | Permalink

    The Freemens,

    wear many layers of clothes that are similar to each other. and never forget that fire-starter for warmth when needed.

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