Kindergarten weather forecast assignment just became the standard for every other meteorologist.

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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. 

By the time you think the video can’t get any cuter, Carden announces it’s nearly time for spring break and breaks out himself into a hilarious dance montage. 

And that folks is how you land an appearance on the Ellen show.

Read more: https://mashable.com/2018/03/21/kindergarten-weather-report-video/

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