Kids love to be moving! Sometimes a brisk walk is not enough, and you need to keep their bodies busy. After all, adolescents are energetic and physical movement is a must, especially after a long day… Read More
This post, the third in our Walk This Way series, provides a glimpse into The Walking Classroom adopter Judith Goldfarb’s classroom.
Get set to celebrate geography during Geography Awareness Week November 14 through 19 with the help of The Walking Classroom!
This post, part of our Walk This Way series designed to share TWC experiences across the United States, follows Lisa McDowell’s class.
Meander through the Middle Ages or ramble through the Renaissance with the help of Walking Classroom podcasts!
This month, celebrate the history, culture, and traditions of Native Americans with a Walking Classroom podcast.
This post, part of our Walk This Way series designed to share TWC experiences across the United States, follows Toni Lehmanl’s class.
With TWC, your students will hear a collection of curricular content, so it helps to log what they’ve listened to and what they’ve learned.
Like to delve into dinosaurs? Since October is International Dinosaur Month, it’s the perfect time for this topic!
Wednesday, October 28, marks the 134th anniversary of the dedication of The Statue of Liberty, a great time for a lesson about Lady Liberty!