This week’s joke to share on your walk.
What did the ocean say to the beach?
Nothing, it just waved.
I don’t know what’s more fun, finding all of these awesomely silly jokes or imagining your kids’ reactions when you share them. I’m sure there are lots of groans and eye rolls, but there is probably a bit of giggling too. And, giggles with kids are the best!
I really hope you’re taking advantage of summer evenings, mornings, or anytime for some fun learning adventures with your kids. Take regular walks with your kids while listening to some of our free educational podcasts. Kids really love the podcasts at school or afterschool, but they’ll love listening with parents or caregivers even more.
You’ll be a hero, and you’ll all learn cool new things!
“Walking Classroom is the best. I love it. Even if it is cold or hot, I still want to go.”—Skylar, 3rd grader, NC
Walk, listen, and learn with your kids!
How to get the podcasts
Get 26 sample podcasts with the Walking Classroom app, download them from our website, or go all in and subscribe to the app or buy our WalkKit audio player that’s preloaded with the complete program of 167 podcasts. Learn more about the app below.
Take regular walks while listening to these podcasts, and your routine will build great memories as well as help slow the summer slide.
Download The Walking Classroom Podcasts app on your mobile device.
But wait, there’s more!
The app includes our fun, custom-written, educational podcasts on tons of interesting topics. Download the app to get:
- 26 free 15- 20-minute podcasts on language arts, science, social studies, and a whole series on science careers!
- Discussion questions for every podcast to help spark some great talks after your walk.
- An option to subscribe to the full library of 191 podcasts.
- BONUS for summer subscribers: Really want to dig into the podcast topics? Subscribe to the full library (an in-app purchase) and get our electronic Teacher’s Guide with lesson plans and quizzes for every podcast for free (only through 8/31/21)!
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