Field Trips

Field Trips

Nobody wants kids to stop learning, and nobody wants kids to stop getting out and playing. Sometimes, though, those two ideals come into conflict. Good thing Zero Gravity has figured out how to bring them together in great ways.

Bounce Around Kids

We know there are a host of health benefits for bounce-related activities. But the biggest benefit is that it is fun on so many levels. As far as physical education goes, it’s definitely a major difference from running laps or even playing dodgeball.

There’s certainly a place for those basics, but every once in a while, something to help break up the monotony is a good thing for both the body and the mind of a child. Naturally, we want to make sure that all of our guests can enjoy a low-impact and high-energy workout while maintaining the best in personal safety.

Applied Science

When coming up with field trip ideas, educators want to make sure the kids are learning something new and applicable. We want to see that happen as well, and we’re pretty confident that a couple rounds of dodgeball in our trampoline areas will give kids a whole new appreciation for scientific concepts in basic physics and geometry.

After all, trampolines are the easiest example of “what goes up must eventually come down.” And nothing quite illustrates Newton’s laws of motion quite like taking a dodgeball hit someplace and seeing which way a person spins.

Earned Self-Esteem

When considering where to hold a field trip in the Twin Cities area, one thing that might be overlooked is what the students learn about themselves. How they handle adversity, how they work in a team with other students and how they recover from failures can all be tested by a run through our Aerial Challenge Course.

While they might not be ready to take on American Ninja Warrior after a run, it’s a good bet that they’ll be feeling a lot better about themselves for conquering as much as they can.

Take a look at our website, get a feel for our group rates, then give us a call at 763-219-4010 to set up a class trip like nothing you’ve done before.