As summer approaches, you will need to take some simple steps for safely stowing your program materials so they are ready come fall!
This post is part of our Walk This Way series. It provides a glimpse into the Walking Classroom experiences of Jane Keen and her students.
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 has been a great addition to our school. The kids are loving having access to podcasts while walking.
For those of you implementing the program in a classroom, use these suggestions to help you pack up your devices and plan for next year.
Let’s go walking! Ready, Set . . . Wait! There are several steps to take before you get started.
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