June 8 is World Oceans Day, so chart a course for learning and recognize the day. The Walking Classroom has you covered!
Developing Deeper Understanding
We are huge fans of TWC. As educators, we are always looking for ways to help students develop deeper understanding of our curriculum!
Walk This Way: Begin with the End in Mind
In creating lessons, I begin with the end in mind. I start with my standards and work backwards from there to build a learning pathway.
Meet the Scientist: Merge Mammals and Math with Ben Hess
spired by the background Ben Hess, we decided it might be fun to merge mammals and math for an academic adventure!
Students Just Want to Move
As a teacher for eleven gifted fourth grade boys, it can be difficult to keep the classroom on track. My boys just want to move!
Inventors Month, Part 2
May has been a great month for STEM! From inventors to the stars above, there’s been something of interest for the science minded student!
Extra Fresh Air and Exercise
My class and I appreciate that we can participate in The Walking Classroom and get extra fresh air and exercise during the school day.
Special Subjects: Human Body Systems
Trying to “flesh out” (pun intended!) a year end unit on the human body and its systems? The Walking Classroom has got you covered!
Safely Stowing Your WalkKits
As summer approaches, you will need to take some simple steps for safely stowing your program materials so they are ready come fall!
Timely Topics: Lewis and Clark
May 14 is the anniversary of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark’s expedition to find a water route to the Pacific Ocean. Have a listen!
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