First team duo Antonee Robinson and Jeff King joined in with Clarendon Primary School Year Four class' special BBC Super Movers Live Lesson on Thursday afternoon.
The pair, along with Lofty the Lion, paid a surprise visit to the school based in Great Lever, to help support the brand new initiative.
Super Movers is a new exciting partnership between the Premier League and the BBC to inspire primary school children to get active and is aimed at seven to nine-year-olds.
Members of the Bolton Wanderers Community Trust were also in attendance as the pupils looked to solve maths challenges all about fractions, decimals and money.
And following training, King and Robinson stopped by the school to help the youngsters with their worksheets alongside join in the fun and games of the lesson itself.
Speaking following the visit, Robinson said, "It's really great to see something like this on offer in schools and the kids seemed to really enjoy it."
King echoed his teammate's sentiments, adding, "Initiatives like this are brilliant as it will ultimately help the kids realise the importance of exercise alongside helping to keep them concentrating on their school work in the classroom."
For more information on Super Movers, please visit the BBC website at https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/supermovers.