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Fun Spot America Theme Parks Educational Field Trips

A popular and affordable destination in Florida for class field trips or summer camp outings is visiting Fun Spot America Theme Park in Orlando.   These educational experiences emphasize learning, so expect fast-paced thrills and hands-on activities that keep kids engaged.  Field trips at Fun Spot America incorporate Florida’s Sunshine State Standards to assist with classroom learning while making it fun and exciting and applying what they are learning in school to the world around them.

Whether you want to find out more about the science of roller coasters and how to design them or just walk around and explore with your science booklet, students have several opportunities to watch the rides in action around our park.   Make your reservation today for educational field trips that students will remember for a lifetime.

Math and Science:

Students can test physical science and physics concepts or determine the speed of fast paced rollercoasters through self-guided activity stations.  Fun Spot offers expert presentations about the science behind the rides or groups can conduct controlled experiments.  We also offer animal and environmental lessons involving facts about Florida and alligators.

To schedule your educational field trip today, please contact Jason Temple at (407)-363-3867   Ext. 173 or email Jtemple@fun-spot.com

Certificate of Achievement Rewards Program 

Award your students with a single day pass to Fun Spot America! Whether for academic or personal achievements, we’re sure they’ll have the #BestDayEver. See below if your school is a part of this program. If you would like to be added to the list, please contact Jtemple@fun-spot.com

Participating Schools

Lake County

Lake County

Clermont Elementary

Davenport School of Arts

First Academy-Leesburg

Grassy Lake

Hampden DuBose Academy

Imagine So Lake Charter

Lake Preparatory School

Loughman Oaks Elementary

Poly City Elementary

Sawgrass Bay Elementary

Osceola School District

Boggy Creek Elementary

Celebration K-8

Central Avenue Elementary

Flora Ridge Elementary

Four Corners Charter Q3 K-8

Hickory Tree Elementary

Highlands Elementary

Kissimmee Elementary

Kissimmee Middle School

Narcoossee Elementary

New Beginnings K-12

Osceola Christian Prep

Partin Settlement Elementary

Pleasant Hill Elementary

PM Wells Charter

Reedy Creek Elementary

Thacker Elementary School

Trinity Luthern School

Westside K-8 Charter

Orange County Public Schools

Azalea Park Baptist School

Bay Meadows

Christian Victory Academy

Cornerstone Charter Academy

Cranium Academy Winter Garden

Cranium Academy

Crenshaw School

Dillard Street Elementary

Dr. Phillips

Eagles Nest

Elite Prep Academy

Faith Christian Academy Lower

Faith Christian Academy Upper

Hiawassee Elementary

King of Kings Luthern

Kingsway Christian Academy

Leaders Preparatory Academy

Metrowest Elementary

Millennia Elementary

Moxey Elementary

Northlake Park Community Elementary

Oak Hill Elementary

Orlo Vista Elementary

Peaceforce Christian Academy

Pine Castle Elementary

Pine Hills Elementary

Pinecrest Creek Charter Academy

Ridgewood Park Elementary

RJB Christian School

Sand Lake Elementary

Southwest Middle School

St. Andrew Catholic School

St. Andrews Christian

Sunset Park Elementary

The First Academy

Tildenville Elementary

Waterfod Elementary – Lake Underhill

Winegard Elementary

Wolf Lake Middle School

Seminole

Altamonte Elementary

Evans Elementary

Forest City Elementary

Forest Lake Academy

Highlands Elementary

Lake Mary Elementary

Lawton Elementary

Red Bug Lake Elementary

Winter Springs Elementary

Woodlands Elementary

Roller Coaster Investigations

Grades: 3-5

Presentation time: 1 hour

Students will explore the motion and speed of an object while constructing a roller coaster in small groups.  They will demonstrate how potential energy transforms into kinetic energy and create their own question and then investigate it, finding out whether the speed of an object is affected by the track it follows.

Lesson Plan

Friction In Our Lives

Grades: 2-5

Presentation time: 1 hour

This lesson will help students understand that friction is a force that opposes motion, or makes it difficult for an object to move across a surface, and how the amount of friction depends on the surface type and the forces pressing two surfaces together.   They will learn that when a force is applied to an object, the object either speeds up, slows down, or goes in a different direction.

Lesson Plan

Bumper “Kars” and Safety

Grades: 1

Presentation time: 1 hour

Students will be able to explain the consequences of not following rules/practices when making healthy and safe decisions while riding in cars or an object in motion.  They will be able to identify ways to prevent childhood injuries in the home, school, and community settings.  Students will be able to demonstrate that the way to change the motion of an object is by applying a push or a pull.  Newton’s Laws of Motion will be introduced for future learning.

Mathematics of FUN

Grades: 3-4

Presentation time: 1 hour 15 min

Students will be provided with a math booklet filled with data collecting word problems.  They will be required to use measuring tools and must work together to answer the questions.  All activities follow FL math curriculum.  Fun Spot worked with elementary educators to create these hand-on, practical and high-interest assignments. The activities can enhance your visit to the park by directly supporting and connecting classroom learning to real world math.

Fun with Alligator Lengths

Grades: 2-4

Presentation time: 1 hour 20 min

Students will first estimate the length of several alligators from sight.  Then measure them and be able to use different units to describe the same quantity, for example, students will assist a trainer who handles live alligators by measuring each one and recording the lengths, and converting them from inches to centimeters and feet to inches.  After measurements have been taken and recorded, they must determine the difference between them and determine the longest and shortest alligator in the group.  They will then make a line plot to display a set of measurements.

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Orlando

Orlando

5700 Fun Spot Way, Orlando, FL 32819

407.363.3867

Kissimmee

Kissimmee

2850 Florida Plaza Blvd, Kissimmee, FL 34746

407.397.2509