The Walking Classroom has a fun way for you and your kids to keep learning all summer—but NOT in a sitting-inside, boring way! Just take regular walks with your child while listening to one of our kid-friendly educational podcasts.
Summer evenings (or mornings, or afternoons, or weekends…) are a perfect time for families to walk, listen, and learn together with The Walking Classroom! Re-connect with your kids while building happy and healthy habits—AND learning something to boot.
Help your kids avoid the “summer slide” by taking walks together while listening to fun, educational podcasts from #TheWalkingClassroom. Get 26 podcasts for free on our app! #summerslide #summerlearning #familytime #homeschool
Refer to these tips if you’re having any issues with podcasts playing on your mobile devices. If you need more help than these tips provide, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Podcast stops playing when phone… Read More
Pre-registering your web-based app users Our web-based app requires that users are pre-registered for accounts. In order to do this, we need you to populate a spreadsheet that we will upload into the app system. You… Read More
The Podcast Playing Screen The Walking Classroom app podcast controls use an interface that most people are probably very familiar with, so that part of the post will be brief! Press the “Play” button to start… Read More
Searching for a podcast on The Walking Classroom mobile app so that your students can walk, listen, and learn? You’re in luck, because navigating the app is easy! Not only can you find a podcast to suit… Read More
Planning on using The Walking Classroom mobile app with a group (or groups) of students and needing a bulk subscription? The Walking Classroom web-based mobile app is the answer! Also called a Progressive Web App, it… Read More
By now, you may have heard about The Walking Classroom app, introduced last spring in an effort to keep students walking, listening, and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. But did you know you can subscribe in… Read More
Part of our Walk this Way series, designed to share The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States, this post provides a glimpse into Amy Schott’s classroom. Click here to read all… Read More