Universal Orlando Youth Programs

Your Classroom in Motion: A STEAM App Series

This program is a series of independent application programs that were created to align with national education standards and can be experienced individually or together. Using the know-how behind our top attractions like Skull Island: Reign of Kong™ and Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit™, these programs help students deepen their understanding of how Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics are integrated in our rides and attractions.

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Transformers ROLL Out

Students learn about the engineering principles of the 6 Degrees of Freedom and apply that knowledge to a hands-on analysis of TRANSFORMERS: The Ride - 3D. Students then use their new skills to reconstruct the ride vehicle’s motion sequences.

Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit™ Science

A heart-pounding lesson in physical principles, Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit™ Science takes students inside the loops and drops of Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit™, teaching them hands-on lessons about the conservation of energy behind one of Universal Orlando’s top attractions.

Mummy Dig-Site Detective

Mummy Dig-Site Detective puts your students in the middle of a strange series of events on our Revenge of the Mummy™ attraction, asking them to use their powers of scientific observation to find evidence and draw conclusions based on their perceptions of the ride environment.

Jurassic Paleobotany

Students become paleobotanists in Jurassic Paleobotany, searching Jurassic Park™ for foliage from the era of the dinosaurs and comparing their findings to fossils to make identifications. Working in groups, students use tablets to photograph plants and plot their locations on a map of the area, experiencing the rush of scientific discovery in the process.

Kongtrol Panel

With hands-on learning and real-life excitement, Kongtrol Panel pulls students into the world of Skull Island: Reign of Kong™, where they use engineering principles to program simulated vehicles safely around tracks of varying difficulty.