The students in my classroom require many brain breaks throughout the day. Having the Walking Classroom as one of our breaks is such a treat!
We were looking for a way to reach all of our learners while being able to get them outdoors. What better way than to walk and learn!
The Walking Classroom has given my students and I the opportunity to take learning outdoors, and we love it!
Through The Walking Classroom’s podcasts, we are learning content that complements our Social Studies and English Language Arts curriculum.
Help students understand how the Boston Massacre united American colonists and built support for the American Revolution
My students have fully embraced The Walking Classroom and look forward to Tuesdays and Thursdays! We completed a unit on the American Revolution, and there was a wealth of podcasts on the WalkKits for them to… Read More
The Walking Classroom has been such an amazing asset to my middle school students. Despite a cold winter and very rainy spring last year in New England, we incorporated The Walking Classroom as often as we… Read More
Transitioning to a new role last year and teaching a new special entitled “Enrichment,” I was anxious to see how I could incorporate this program into my classroom. The answer: it works seamlessly! The Walking Classroom… Read More
On the anniversary of Paul Revere’s famous ride (April 18, 1775), why not recognize this historic event with a journey of your own? Venture through the colonial era via a series of podcasts commemorating figures and… Read More
As we approach the anniversary of Paul Revere’s famous ride of April 18, 1775, you and your students can make a journey of your own. Venture through that era via a series of podcasts in Program… Read More