Evidence-based program aligns with ESSER funding requirements
Kids Get Fresh Air and Exercise While Learning!
Studies show that active kids do better. Physical activity not only helps kids stay healthy and strong, but it can also contribute to higher test scores, improved attendance, better behavior in class, enhanced leadership skills, and a lifetime of healthy habits. The Walking Classroom provides an easy way for kids to get that activity without losing instructional time.
Great for physically distanced in-class learning, remote learning at home, or hybrid learning environments.
Used as designed, the program naturally allows for physical distancing between students as they walk—both at school and at home.
Builds core content knowledge
The program topics align with the curriculum to help support core learning and build understanding — particularly for students with different learning styles. After months of virtual learning, this program can make a huge impact.
So how does The Walking Classroom help accomplish this?
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But does it work?
Yes! Follow the links below to learn more.
- Read the results of a research study by researchers at UNC-CH that confirms the impact of walking on learning
- Read about the science behind The Walking Classroom
- Read success stories from some of our Walking Classroom adopters
- Read student comments about The Walking Classroom
- Check out our most recent year-end survey results