How to Dress for Weather
Section 3 Forms and Information
Warm weather Cold weather
hat with brim hat or toque to cover ears
turtleneck or scarf
long sleeved shirt
long-sleeved shirt (if buggy) T-shirt
(light jacket for cool days)
(long pants if cool,
buggy or wet)
long underwear, track pants,
pajama bottoms or leotards
comfortably fitting, preferably
running shoes waterproof boots
or rubber boots (if wet)
• Why are many loose layers better than one bulky garment?
• Why are mitts warmer than gloves?
• Why do you need a hat in each season?