“The effects appeared regardless of gender and socioeconomic differences, so it seems that regardless of his or her race or family income, the fitness of a child’s body and mind are tightly linked.”  The research… Read More
The Walking Classroom has changed how I teach. I have always known that movement is good for the body, mind, and soul. Why is it that we lose focus of that basic idea and let tests take over what we know is best practice?
We are loving the program and we currently walk every Tuesday and Thursday morning. We have our routine pretty much set, and my students are doing great! Students do a little stretching while I introduce some of… Read More
As teachers, we know you are all too aware of the importance of establishing clear and consistent rules and procedures during the first few days and weeks of a new school year. The same thing can… Read More
When it comes to batteries, you get what you pay for. We understand how tempting those great prices are at the Dollar Store, but unfortunately you’ll find yourself constantly replacing those off-brand batteries. All. Year. Long…. Read More
Comparing piles of elephant poop. Exploring the ocean in a submarine. Analyzing live face mites. Researching drawers full of dead shrews. Sounds cool, right? It is, and so are the scientists from the North Carolina Museum… Read More
For most of you, the new school year is right around the corner. You’re probably feeling excited and anxious to get started, AND you’re probably feeling overwhelmed and anxious about getting started! (At this point during… Read More
Hello Friends, and welcome to The Walking Classroom’s blog! We are SO glad you’re here!! In just five short years, our program has transformed from a classroom idea into a national award-winning program implemented across the… Read More