Music in the Park
Musical Performance Day
Here’s the perfect opportunity for your music group to perform in public — and give your students a day of fun at the park too! Groups get to perform on stage in the picnic grove, be critiqued non-competitively, and get a plaque recognizing their performance. Click here for dates and rates. Please Note: due to COVID-19 restrictions, this program has been cancelled for the 2021 season.
Math in the Park
4th Grade Math Program
Share the “Mathematics of Fun” with your students! These activities have been created specifically for NYS 4th grade students. All activities follow NYS math curriculum and are aligned to the standards. Seabreeze worked with local elementary educators to create these hands-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.
- Math in the Park Sample Workbook (PDF)
- 4 in-park station activities and 14 in-class Q&A available
The Seabreeze Classroom
Elementary School Program
Your students are loaded with energy and imagination. The Seabreeze Classroom lets them tap into both. The specially designed study sheets can be done before or after visiting the park. These learning exercises involve math, music, map skills, science, writing skills, and more.
- The Seabreeze Classroom Sample Workbook (PDF)
- 11 in-park or in-class activities available
The Science of Fun
Middle School Physical Science
Science is fun and Seabreeze is a great place to demonstrate that. Students use custom labs created by local teachers for a hands-on experience. They can feel the “G” forces on the Jack Rabbit, consider the effects of friction on the Bumper Cars, experience the rotational motion on the Tilt-A-Whirl, and more.
- Middle School PS Sample Workbook (PDF)
- 8 in-park station exercises and 3 in-class demonstrations available
The Physics of Fun
High School Physics Program
Imagine a physics class where you race down the 76-foot hill of the Jack Rabbit to figure out the ride’s maximum velocity. Calculate the centripetal force acting on you when riding an inner vs. outer horse on the Carousel. Determine the duration of your splash on the Log Flume to figure out the average force you experience during the ride’s grand splash finale. The Seabreeze Physics program uses custom labs designed by local physics teachers to give your students hands-on experience.
- High School Physics Sample Lab Book (PDF)
- 12 in-park lab exercises and 1 en-route exercise available