Making the Walking Classroom a daily component of my students’ day was very valuable.
I always enjoy using Walking Classroom with students, but the 2020-2021 school year made it an even more important part of our weekly routine!
February 12 marks the birthday of Abraham Lincoln — start with a Walking Classroom podcast (5-#54, Complete-#83) about our 16th President!
February is Black History Month, also known as National African-American History Month, a time to celebrate the role of African-Americans in our country’s history. And . . . The Walking Classroom has plenty of podcasts to… Read More
With COVID affecting our world beginning in March of 2020, our 21st CCLC program still had to find a way to tutor and work with students.
Webinar. Learn how kids can get engaging and screen-free learning with fresh air and exercise, virtually or while staying socially distant!
Help students understand how the Boston Massacre united American colonists and built support for the American Revolution
The Walking Classroom was the perfect solution for getting my students up and moving, away from their computers during distance learning!
Join our afterschool webinar to learn about this fun way for students to get supplemental academic instruction, fresh air and exercise, and improve mental health—all while staying socially distant.
We used Walking Classroom once we started back in hybrid in November 2020. Students were highly motivated.