Meet Walking Classroom Ambassador Sammy Rebandt who is finishing her second year using The Walking Classroom with fifth and sixth grade students at East Jackson Elementary in Michigan.
The Walking Classroom has a fun way for you and your kids to keep learning all summer—but NOT in a sitting-inside, boring way! Just take regular walks with your child while listening to one of our kid-friendly educational podcasts.
This month, learn about Abraham Lincoln’s famous Gettysburg Address! Getting caught up on Gettysburg history is just a summer stroll away.
Yay, we’re back to school! Let’s get out of the classroom! Wait, what? The Walking Classroom is a simple program that gets kids out of their seats and walking without sacrificing instructional time. It also has… Read More
Thank you, Walking Classroom! While teaching during the pandemic, The Walking Classroom was a wonderful activity for students to enjoy during their mask breaks! The learning was engaging and fun while happening outdoors and safe. The… Read More
The Fourth of July is around the corner, so when better to celebrate our country’s founding fathers? Take a walk with a TWC podcast and learn about the amazing figures who made this nation possible!
With summer starting, how can out-of-school time staff keep the excitement alive? Theme it with TWC, and get set to stroll your way through summer!
With summer around the bend, the potential for outdoor adventures and plenty of opportunity to enjoy some entomology. To get you started as you investigate insects, have a listen to a podcast in The Walking Classroom’s Science Career Series.
Meet Walking Classroom Ambassador Andrea Roberts who just finished her second year using The Walking Classroom with students at Pottstown Middle School in Pennsylvania.
Summer evenings (or mornings, or afternoons, or weekends…) are a perfect time for families to walk, listen, and learn together with The Walking Classroom! Re-connect with your kids while building happy and healthy habits—AND learning something to boot.