5 Ways STEM Programs Benefit Kids

Education for kids should always remain interesting and fun, but that isn’t the case all the time. Most kids seem to lose an interest in STEM education. When it comes to science, technology, engineering, and math, it’s important to keep kids interested. After all, those kids will be building our future! Here at Fun America @ Roll On America, we’ve found an amazing way to keep kids interested in STEM. And it incorporates our favorite thing: roller-skating.

5 Benefits of STEM Education

  1. It teaches kids to be forward-thinking about technology.
  2. It teaches kids problem-solving skills.
  3. More and more, technology is an integral part of life that kids need to understand.
  4. Despite what some may think, STEM fields teach creativity and innovation.
  5. It gives kids confidence to make goals and take measurable steps to achieve them.

Fun America @ Roll On America offers various STEM lessons for all ages and a variety of curriculums. Choose your skating STEM lesson based on elementary, middle school, or high school curriculum, then find the lesson plan that most closely meets your current lessons. A STEM educational field trip shows students how science, technology, engineering and math integrate into their everyday lives, sometimes in ways they hadn’t considered before. A STEM field trip at includes:

  • 1 hour of S.T.E.M. education
  • 2 hours of roller skating physical fitness
  • Meal plan options

Ready for your students to get excited about learning again? To think creatively about analytical tasks and disciplines? To get engaged in their futures? Call Fun America @ Roll On America to book a STEM field trip today.

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Comments

  1. Katherine Burris says:

    We have a small, 5 girl, Frontier Girls scout troop. We’re very interested in having them participate, and learn, from one of your STEM programs. Is this possible? The above add only mentions groups with 50-100 students.

    • AS of right now we do not have a public STEM event planned, however we hope to work with the Girl Scout Council to plan one!

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