I have been using The Walking Classroom for a few years now. It has provided all my students a unique way to learn.
How perfect that Shakespeare’s birthday falls in a month celebrating poetry. After all, Shakespeare (AKA “the Bard”) crafted plenty of poems!
The Walking Classroom has given my students the opportunity to get outside and learn in a different way and I am so grateful.
It will soon be the anniversary of Paul Revere’s famous ride, so why not recognize this historic event with a journey of your own?
My fourth graders are loving The Walking Classroom. They enjoy getting outside and learning new concepts while walking.
With warmer weather, you and your OST crew will want to get outdoors. TWC’s podcasts can get you on your way to environmental exploration!
Celebrate Earth Day in your classroom with our free podcast bundle on climate expert and scientist Dr. Inez Fung, who worked to bring attention to climate change.
The Walking Classroom is an amazing tool which provides my students an opportunity to learn CORE standards through listening and exercising.
The Walking Classroom has joined Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a national non-profit organization that supports equitable whole child health in schools and districts across the country.
I love using The Walking Classroom as a teaching tool for my students. It is easy to incorporate this into our routine.