Don’t take our word for it. Here’s what a few teachers and students had to say about Walkabouts.

We know that educators and parents have access to more resources than ever before. This can be both wonderful and overwhelming. In addition to signing up for a free trial, one of the best ways to determine whether a tool is the right fit for you and your students is to check out feedback from others.

What Teachers are Saying

I am beyond excited about what I discovered while getting to know Walkabouts! I found the science Walksheets and know that that will be incredibly helpful to our grade levels because we do not have a curriculum for science or social studies.
Dana Wiggins | PE Teacher, Tennessee
Thanks for such a great product! I just wanted to tell you how much our class is enjoying Walkabouts. We are using them as introductions to lessons and during transitions times. I use them just about everyday (and my students expect to see them now too!).
Michele Davenport | Kindergarten Teacher, South Carolina
The children and I have so enjoyed using the Walkabouts lessons this past year. They love getting out of their chairs and moving with the day’s lesson—it has been such a motivational learning tool! I would encourage any teacher/school/district to look into it. Nunc nec neque. Etiam vitae tortor. Sed fringilla mauris sit amet nibh. Praesent egestas neque eu enim. Morbi nec metus.
Jeanette Loveless | 2nd Grade Teacher, Michigan
In our school, ‘Every Student Matters and Every Moment Counts.’ Walkabouts is a wonderful way to provide movement and formative assessments simultaneously. Students enjoy the opportunity to move throughout the day, while teachers can observe the mastery of standard based skills.
Windy Hodge | Principal, South Carolina
ActivEd makes is effortless to integrate movement and concepts. It engages learners and their minds!
2nd Grade Teacher | Hygiene Elementary, Colorado
Walkabouts are a fun and engaging way that get my kids excited about learning. As soon as I tell them to get to a spot in the room they automatically know we are going to do a Walkabout and their enthusiasm is evident. It keeps them engaged in a world where they are constantly entertained. 100% of my students have mastered their basic addition facts (0-20) since we have incorporated movement and exercises daily… The kids really connect with the two characters, too; and they absolutely love the graphics…the street signs they always read aloud and say things like ‘yay, today we are going to the park.
Colleen Grover | 2nd Grade Teacher
Once you join in and do the Walkabout and realize how fun it is and how good you feel afterwards, you are a fan!
Laura Camp | Coordinator of Early Childhood

What Students are Saying

I love Walkabouts because they make me smart and I also got energy in my body.
Alondro | 2nd Grade Student
I loved when the girl in the Walkabouts taught us about Less than, equal to and greater than. I loved the music at the beginning of the Walkabout, too.
Amy | 1st Grade Student
I like your Walkabouts because it teaches us more than, less than, and equal to. My second reason is that it helps us learn. My third reason is that I like the music.
Diana | 2nd Grade Student
I love Walkabouts because they teach me things I don’t know. They help me get some exercise. Your Walkabouts are amazing and exciting. Sometimes it brings happies to me. Your Walkabouts are things that bring exercises to us.
Joscelin | 3rd Grade Student
Thank you for making all the Walkabouts so we could understand by doing math and reading. I love the activity we did in the Walkabouts when we leaned right and leaned left.
Ashley | 2nd Grade Student
I liked your Walkabouts because I like the way you thought. And I learned new things. And I think it was excellent and perfect! And I was encouraged to learn more. It was awesome!
Aalynna | 3rd Grade Student
I love the Walkabouts that you made because they are so fun to do.
Karina | 1st Grade Student