We love The Walking Classroom. This program has truly changed a lot in my class.
I love The Walking Classroom, and my students do too! Once you start the and teach the procedure for walks, the students want more of it.
I have had this program for several years now, and my students have continued to love The Walking Classroom.
Due to very strict COVID-19 requirements, using our Walking Classroom devices was impossible but they made their way into our Zoom classes!
I first heard about The Walking Classroom because my daughter got to participate in it as part of her AIG program. As a third grade teacher, I knew it would be hugely beneficial to our students…. Read More
Ward Elementary School’s fifth grade class absolutely loves The Walking Classroom. The Walking Classroom’s podcasts integrate perfectly into our curriculum. Our students have enjoyed learning about meteorology (Complete-#147, 5-#11, STEM-#11), hurricanes (Complete-#150, 4-#31, STEM-#14), and the… Read More
I use The Walking Classroom with my ESL students. Because there are a variety of levels of English acquisition in each class, the program is an excellent fit due to the ability to speed up or… Read More
Our fifth-graders say they love The Walking Classroom because they spend more time outside and they think the podcasts are interesting. I love The Walking Classroom for the same reasons, but also because the content links… Read More
This post is part of this year’s Walk This Way series, designed to share The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States. It provides a glimpse into Caitlin Watson’s class. Click here… Read More
The Walking Classroom has done such an amazing job getting our students motivated to exercise more while reviewing necessary language arts skills. While walking, they have enjoyed the brain break from the regular classroom setting and… Read More