Last year, we received our Walking Classroom devices the week before we had our winter break. After the break, we had such terrible weather, we thought we were never going to be able to use our… Read More
Sometimes a brisk walk is not enough, and you need to keep your crew’s bodies busy. After all, adolescents are energetic, and physical movement is a must! So, what’s the solution? Add in some additional activity,… Read More
One of the best things about being part of The Walking Classroom is the love. Yes, that’s right! It’s gratifying to get to feel the love — to hear or read about adopters’ positive experiences with… Read More
I am a reading coach at a small school in northeast Florida. Our fourth and fifth grade students were struggling with reading, especially in the areas of vocabulary and comprehension. Since I plan the lessons for… Read More
When I was a fifth grade teacher, my class used The Walking Classroom three times a week to start off our day. We often came back after walking and incorporated related reading passages, science labs, or… Read More
One of my favorite things about The Walking Classroom is the way it gives ALL kids a chance at success. It is especially great for struggling students that can’t always stay focused in class or those… Read More
This post is 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 Kari Lawson’s class. Click here to… Read More
This post is 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 Kathie Yonemura’s class. Click here to… Read More
Hello! Welcome to my fifth-grade Walking Classroom! To test or not to test? That is the question we will focus on today.
I love selecting podcasts I know my students will enjoy. There are so many to choose from though, and it’s sometimes hard to narrow it down to just the right one!