With summer around the bend, the potential for outdoor adventures and plenty of opportunity to enjoy some entomology. To get you started as you investigate insects, have a listen to a podcast in The Walking Classroom’s Science Career Series.
Enhance your summer programs with this free educational podcast, lesson plan, and activities on The Star Spangled Banner! A perfect addition to 4th of July celebrations!
June 8 is World Oceans Day, so chart a course for learning. Whether it’s smooth sailing or a deep dive, The Walking Classroom has you covered! It’s almost summer, so be sure to start the season… Read More
This May has been a great month for STEM! From the wide world of inventors, to the stars above, there’s been something of interest for the science minded student! Before May wraps up, there’s just one… Read More
Trying to “flesh out” (pun intended!) a year end unit on the human body? The Walking Classroom has got you covered! With podcasts addressing body systems and related topics, you and your students will be embarking… Read More
Did you know that May is National Inventors Month? What better way for you and your students to celebrate than with our free Leonardo da Vinci educational podcast bundle! And, because it’s also Teacher Appreciation Month, we’re including twice as many supplemental resources to support it!
May is a big month for space enthusiasts! Between National Astronaut Day on May 5th, National Space Day on May 7th, and National Astronomy Day on May 15th, there’s no better excuse to finish the month… Read More
As summer approaches, you will need to take some simple steps to ensure that your Walking Classroom program materials find a safe home for their off-season and are ready for action come fall! For those of… Read More
May 14 marked the anniversary of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark’s historic expedition to find a water route to the Pacific Ocean! Take the chance to learn about this amazing journey and the people and conditions… Read More
May 15 is International Astronomy Day, celebrated twice a year, close to the first quarter moon of spring and fall. In recognition of this celestial celebration, why not make a moment to meet an astronomer, and… Read More