Field Trips

There are many ways that Roller City works with our local schools. We offer field trips, fundraisers and love to help provide incentives such as free passes for students with good grades and positive behavior.

Party Ideas:

  • Fundraising Events
  • Reading Literacy Reward Parties
  • Family Fun Nights
  • STEM Field Trips
  • Incentive Field Trips
Field Trip Pricing:
  • 3 Hour Skating Only & STEM Field Trips:
  • $12/person – you bring your own lunch, skate rentals included
  • $15/person- includes one slice of pizza, 1 drink and skate rentals
  • $18/person- includes unlimited pizza and drinks during lunch and skate rentals
  • 2 Hour (non-STEM) Field Trips:
  • $10/person – you bring your own lunch, skate rentals included
  • $12/person- includes one slice of pizza, 1 drink and skate rentals

**Pricing is subject to change without notice** Updated pricing 4/5/22


LessonNC Standard Correlation
Lesson: The Science of Roller Skating
This lesson focuses on each letter of S.T.E.M. and how they relate to roller skating. We discuss friction & students reverse engineer a roller skate by removing wheels.
K.P.2.1 Classify objects by observable physical properties (size, shape, color, texture, weight)
1.P.1 Understand how forces (pushes or pulls) affect the motion of an object
Lesson: Motion & Skate Design
This lesson focuses on force & motion and roller skating. Students will apply these concepts to the real world and get a first-hand look at how mass affects motion and the amount of force needed to move different sized objects.
3.P.1 Understand motion and factors that affect motion (3.P.1.1, 3.P.1.2)
Lesson: Super Sound! Acoustics & Rink Design
This lesson focuses on sound waves and vibrations. We will take a look at how sound/vibrations are related to skating and students will make a “sound sandwich” to get a real look at how vibrations cause sound.
2.P.1 Understand the relationship between sound and vibrating objects
Lesson: Science of Lighting
This lesson focuses on the light spectrum and color spectrum (ROY G BIV). We will relate these concepts to the skating rink and students will go on a visible light spectrum scavenger hunt in the rink.
4.P.3 Recognize that energy takes various forms that may be grouped based on their interaction with matter (4.P.3.1, 4.P.3.2)
Lesson: Newton’s Laws of Motion
This lesson focuses on Newton’s three laws of motion and how each law can be seen in the skating rink. Students will work together in groups to make a balloon powered car to witness Newton’s three laws in action.
5.P.1 Understand force, motion and the relationship between them (5.P.1.1, 5.P.1.2)

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