We are so grateful to have received this amazing curriculum. The positive impact it has had on our students has been very exciting.
Every day is a chance to feel the love — to hear or read about positive experiences with The Walking Classroom.
Teachers have commented that on days where they walk, they are able to come in and focus better in their afternoon classes.
I teach fourth grade in Cerritos, in Southern California, which affords us plenty of sunny days to enjoy going outside and learning.
The Walking Classroom is favorite rotation within the week’s routine. My students are thrilled when it is their turn for the podcast.
The Walking Classroom has really sparked excitement in many of my students, especially those who have a hard time concentrating and focusing when they are just sitting in the classroom. During class, my students get to… Read More
With The Walking Classroom, my students have been loving walking (and exercising!) while they learn. We especially enjoyed listening to Slave Life and Rebellions (Complete-#76, 5-#47). My students were excited to make connections to Nat Turner’s rebellion… 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 Kathie Yonemura’s class. Click here to… Read More