Why not take advantage of the slightly different sensory details that surround you on your strolls? “Fall” into figurative language.
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I received our WalkKits right before school started in 2019. I was so excited to get started, and the students were intrigued.
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!
As National Poetry Month continues, The Walking Classroom offers even more possibilities for exploring poets and poetry topics with the help of some literary links! How about Some Humor? Interject some laughs into your study of… 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 Dawn Rensel’s class. Click here… Read More
I first heard about The Walking Classroom several years ago. From the moment I read about this program, I was hooked! This program has been a complete blessing for my students! Two of my students are… 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
2:15 to 2:45 P.M. is the best part of my fourth graders’ day! Our school is in the city, but our campus is lush and green. Despite winter’s cold, we have been bundling up every day… Read More
The podcasts are aligned with Common Core State Standards, so when I do my long-term planning at the beginning of each year, I sit with The Walking Classroom Teacher’s Guide to tentatively plan out which podcasts we will listen to unit by unit, at which time during the year.