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Are you looking for a new kind of Field Trip that will produce lasting results?

Friction_Experiment_EditStudents learn about friction and motion through hands on experiments!

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Fun Slides Carpet Skatepark is happy to introduce an exciting new STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) field trip opportunity in the Pittsburgh area for grades 3-5. 

Highlighting the science behind our patented Fun Slides Carpet Skates and EZ Moves Furniture Slides technology, we have pioneered a brand new way to make physics fun and make key scientific concepts accessible to elementary students. Come join our host, Professor Slyde, as he demonstrates and assists students to conduct fun activities and experiments that ramps scientific discovery to a whole new plane! After the lesson, students can put what they learned to the test and try out carpet skating for themselves.

Topics Covered Include:

Newton’s Three Laws of Motion

  • Friction
  • Acceleration
  • Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
  • And Lots of Science Fun!

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To schedule your trip or to find out more information, please call us at 412-364-9400.

We’ll take care of everything- sit back and relax or you might even find that you want to see what Fun Slides are all about too!

Home/Cyber School

Fun Slides is a great group activity and a good way to get kids up and moving. We offer discounts for groups of 15 or more with advanced reservations.

Private Groups, Parties, and Field Trips

We also open Monday-Friday (days and evenings) for private groups, parties, and field trips by reservation.  Call us to schedule your next group event! 412-364-9400

Sensory Friendly and Groups with Disabilities

Carpet Skating is great for both children and adults with disabilities and rehabilitation needs. They have been used as tools by Special Needs Teachers, Pediatric Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Adaptive Physical Education Teachers. Carpet Skates have benefited people with the following disabilities: Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Downs Syndrome, and people re-learning how to walk or work on stability.

Read more about special needs here