Take advantage of those sunny skies to support STEM studies – specifically, earth science – and enjoy a literary link or two.
Did you know that Thursday, March 23, is Meteorology Day? Make room for some meteorology in your lesson planning!
Groundhog Day is coming up! To his recognize tday and bring some fun to a winter Friday, we have a few ideas for you.
Our Meteorology podcast bundle is a great way to teach kids about the weather! Download the whole podcast bundle for free.
Start summer off right — include some podcasts. You can group podcasts by theme, and get set to stroll your way through summer!
With summer starting, how can out-of-school time staff keep the excitement alive? Theme it with TWC, and get set to stroll your way through summer!
Last year, we received our Walking Classroom devices the week before we had our winter break. After the break, we had such terrible weather, we thought we were never going to be able to use our… Read More
This post, part of this year’s Walk This Way series which shares The Walking Classroom experiences of teachers and students across the United States, provides a glimpse into Patrecia Shales’ class. Click here to read all… Read More
Over the past year, The Walking Classroom has become an integral part of my classroom curriculum here in Minnesota. Being in the Midwest, we often have weather that hampers our ability to be outside. As often… Read More
Summer may be waning, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to be! Folks using The Walking Classroom in summer camps and other out-of-school time programs continue to hit the trail. What can be done to… Read More