Attend our October 20th webinar to learn how this ESSER-aligned program addresses learning loss while also improving student engagement, increasing physical activity, and bringing joy to learning for kids in grades 3 through 8. Teachers frequently report 100% attendance on Walking Classroom days!
Afterschool webinar: Learn how this evidence-based, fun, and engaging program is easily implemented in #afterschool and perfectly aligns with #ESSER funding requirements.
Webinar: Learn how this ESSER-aligned program addresses learning loss while improving engagement and learning, increasing physical activity, and bringing joy! Grades 3–8 #TheWalkingClassroom
With schools getting back into session, keep up your family walks with #TheWalkingClassroom. You’re building happy memories while getting fresh air and exercise— and learning something!
This week’s corny joke to share on your walk! Why shouldn’t you trust stairs? They’re always up to something! Ahhh, summer vacation… We miss you already (and it’s only August 12th)! We hope these posts have… Read More
It’s almost back-to-school time and we’re excited to share our favorite idioms podcast bundle with you — for FREE! #educationalpodcasts #idioms #figurativelanguage #backtoschool
Are you feeling smarter? We’re feeling smarter! We really hope you’re taking walks with your kids while listening to a fun, free educational podcast!
Kids get fresh air and exercise while listening to fun, standards-aligned, educational podcasts in any educational setting! The Walking Classroom offers active, engaging, and screen-free learning for classrooms, out-of-school time programs, and more. This ESSER-aligned program addresses… Read More
Next week is #NationalSummerLearning Week! Keep the learning going this summer with a free educational podcast and lesson plan about the Negro Baseball League from The Walking Classroom! #podcast #NegroBaseballLeague
Did you know summer evenings (or mornings, or afternoons, or weekends…) are a perfect time for families to re-connect while building happy and healthy habits. (AND did you know you can all learn something while you’re at it?)