There’s no arguing with it—movement is good for all of us. At The Walking Classroom, we readily recognize that walking while listening helps kids learn! We have seen that it benefits students of all learning types… Read More
In honor of National Grammar Day (March 4), take some time to explore parts of speech with The Walking Classroom! Listen to Prepositions (4-#32, 5-#21, Complete-#15), Adverbs of Manner (4-#10, Complete-#14), and Interjections (4-#8, 5-#20, Complete-#16)…. Read More
The Walking Classroom has been such a great addition to my classroom instruction this year. The students are always so excited to go for our walks. The topics covered on the WalkKits align very nicely with… Read More
I’ve been using The Walking Classroom for the last six months and it has been amazing! I love how the program content has lined up with my ELL grammar unit. The program has provided an opportunity to… Read More
Picking a favorite podcast is like picking a favorite food. How do you choose just one? The following are just a few of the podcasts I enjoy most.
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 Amy Schott’s class. Click here to… Read More
There’s no arguing with it—movement is good for all of us. Here at The Walking Classroom, we readily recognize that walking while listening helps kids learn! We have seen that it benefits students of all learning… Read More
Teaching students the parts of speech can be a challenge at times. Let’s face it, these days, we as educators have to find new ways to keep our students focused, engaged, and learning. One of the… Read More
I just wanted to share a little something with you. Today we listened to our FAVORITE podcast yet! The one on prepositions. Prepositions??? Yep—prepositions.