After travelling with me on an expedition in 2016 aboard the deep sea drilling ship the JOIDES Resolution, SloMo, a sloth puppet, joined my 7th grade class.
SloMo during an evacuation drill aboard the JOIDES Resolution
He is a great addition to our team in my science class and allows my students to connect science to their everyday lives. It is also a lot of fun following his adventures.
Visiting Old Faithful at Yellowstone National Park
Meeting a fellow sloth at the San Antonio Aquarium
Making a snow angel in south Texas
Doing some lab work at Memorial Junior High
Learning how to plaster a dinosaur leg bone at the DIG Field School in Montana
SloMo came along to orientation at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and he has been having a blast.
The meals have been delicious at!
The staff is so helpful and we are learning a lot during orientation
SloMo looking at a map at UAF
They have special places everywhere for use to hang our jackets
We got to see what gear is used in the field when it is REALLY cold.
SloMo trying on the goggles at IARD
SloMo trying on the jacket at IARC
There are many more adventures to come! Follow along with our journey to the Arctic tundra!
You can also follow SloMo on Instagram: @slomoluvsscience