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.
Attend our free webinar April 20th to learn how to address learning loss while kids get fresh air and exercise—in classrooms, summer programs, or afterschool.
It’s National Poetry Month. Why not begin the month with some of The Walking Classroom’s podcasts on poets, poems and poetry topics!
Did you know the first Sunday is April is Geologists Day? Recognize the event by walking and listening to a podcast on geology.
My goal was to train classes so that they would be ready to go for the new school year. It went so well that students were begging for more!
I teach STEM at a K-4, Title 1 school in rural North Carolina. My students and I are very fortunate to have received our WalkKits via a grant!
While TWC’s podcasts don’t directly focus on math, there’s always the opportunity to add in some math when addressing podcast topics!