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Keep Kindergartners Active While Learning With Walkabouts

Posted by Kristi Gottwalt on Oct 7, 2015 1:00:00 PM

Are you looking for a new way to keep rambunctious kindergartners focused on Jax_Squatinglearning? 

Keeping a room full of students focused on a lesson can be exhausting. Kindergartners have a lot of energy! Why not harness their energy into their lesson? Here at ActivEd, we know that students do better while moving, and we havethe research to prove it! Walkabouts, our 7-10 minute learning adventures are guided by characters Jax and Gia and are designed to promote active learning.

Each lesson is based on a kindergarten standards in math and reading. The kid-friendly colors and animation make learning fun! But don't take our word for it, see a kindergarten lesson. 

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Topics: Walkabouts, kindergarten

Make Pre-Kindergarten Fundamentals Fun with Walkabouts

Posted by Kristi Gottwalt on Sep 28, 2015 3:22:00 PM

Looking to help your preschool students learn while they get the wiggles out?  RoundKidsUsingAccent

At ActivEd, we understand that most students learn better while moving (and we have the research to prove it). Having fun and being active makes learning more engaging. Our 7-10 minute web-based lessons are guided by characters Jax and Gia and are designed to promote active learning. 

Each lesson is based on a specific standard. Additionally, the lessons are movement-rich and animated in kid-friendly colors. Don't take our word for it, see an example lesson below. 

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Topics: ActivEd, Second Grade, Prekindergarten, Walkabouts, Active Learning, First Grade, kindergarten

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Walkabouts are online adventures that transform math, language arts, and reading fundamentals into standards-based, movement-rich lessons for Pre-K through second grade students. At ActivEd, we know that kids learn more, are more engaged, and are healthier when they are active both in and out of the classroom. 


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