A teacher workday + Martin Luther King Day = one thing: a four-day weekend! It’s time to take a break and roller-skate. After the constant holiday breaks in November and December, January school days seem longer than ever. The cold weather, new information, and long wait until spring break are enough to dishearten even the most studious learner. But have no fear! Skate World is here to rev up Lakeland kids for a whole new month of learning.
Roller-Skating and the Brain
Did you know that study breaks—especially ones that involve physical activity—make you smarter? The relaxation allows kids’ brains to soak up the knowledge they’ve studied, while the exercise boosts healthy chemicals in the brain that increase cognitive function. Kids who are active do better on tests, spend more time on schoolwork, and learn better own their own. Roller-skating is also an excellent way to reward hardworking kids. While they spend the four-day weekend zipping around to their favorite music, laughing with their friends, and spending quality time with parents and siblings, they’re also improving their physical and mental health.
Skate World and Education
There’s a world of knowledge out there, and it’s fascinating! We’re committed to helping kids learn and grow, whether they’re in school, skating with their families, or attending a Skate World birthday party. Our helpful staff is full of interesting, unusual facts about the science and history of roller-skating. We help kids from local schools learn about Newton’s Laws, inertia and velocity, cardiovascular health, and which muscles they’re engaging when they strap on a pair of roller-skates. We’re happy to share the wealth of knowledge with your kids. Stop by for our holiday weekend skating sessions or plan an educational field trip with your school. The practical application of their new cardio knowledge will help kids retain the information . . . and call the lesson fun!
Beat the school stress and reboot your kids’ brains at our Skate World MLK holiday skating sessions.