The Walking Classroom is a great addition to my classroom and offers free teacher resources which correlate with each podcast.
As we slowly transitioned back into the buildings, The Walking Classroom proved a more valuable resource than I ever imagined.
I’ve known about The Walking Classroom for a few years now. My wish of owning my own set of Walking Classroom kits finally came true.
I always enjoy using Walking Classroom with students, but the 2020-2021 school year made it an even more important part of our weekly routine!
I started using The Walking Classroom with a class that I had looped up with from third to fourth grade. It was a great way to change things up!
One of the challenges of teaching in a dual language program is essentially having half of the time to cover all of the standards. The Walking Classroom has been a huge help in this area.
More than ever, this school year we really needed a creative and effective way to help our students learn and thrive. The Walking Classroom was an amazing tool to be able to utilize. We used it… Read More
At Circle of Nations School, our students walk, listen, and learn with The Walking Classroom twice a week — on Mondays and Fridays. They enjoy being outside so much. In fact, they often want to try… Read More
Twice a week, our class walked on the trail right behind the school. We listened to podcasts that matched with our science and social studies topics. The students really enjoyed being able to take a walk… Read More
My small group listened to The Walking Classroom podcast Riddles from The Hobbit (5-#22, Complete-#24) as they walked. This podcast inspired the students to create riddles of their own! In fact, during our follow-up discussion, one… Read More