We bring the science to your classroom! Science on Wheels Workshops consist of hands-on, grade-specific content based on Arizona State Education Standards. They are designed for a single class or similarly-sized group.

Each Science on Wheels program for grades 4-5 is designed for up to 30 participants and is approximately 60 minutes per sessions. The first session costs $300, and each additional session costs $225*.

*Discounted sessions/hours must be the same Workshop on the same day.

For more information or to schedule a program, please fill out the reservations request form.

Grades 4-5 Programs Packet | Reservations Request Form


We're going to have a blast! Design, build and test your own rockets using a specially-engineered stomp rocket launch pad.

We're going to have a blast! Design, build and test your own rockets using a specially-engineered stomp rocket launch pad.

Work in small groups to learn proper dissection techniques and etiquette to explore the anatomy of real specimens!

Please inquire about current availability for:
Squid Dissection | Additional $75 per Session
Cow Eye Dissection | Additional $75 per Session
Fish Taxonomy (3 Types of Fish) | Additional $175 per Session

Discover basic principles of electricity through the use of a Van de Graff generator and hands-on challenges using insulators, conductors, and circuits.

Investigate the properties of various solid, liquid and gas chemicals, and explore the mysterious changes that occur when they are combined. You won’t believe this color-changing chemistry isn’t magic!

Use principles of physics and engineering to design and build a parachute and zipline. Can your team successfully engineer a safe rescue?

Observe real rocks and minerals and test their hardness on the Mohs hardness scale. Plus, learn about Arizona’s unique relationship with rocks by forming a mining company that digs for copper and other minerals.

Explore a few amazing women who have helped the field of astronomy! Build your own telescope, learn how food gets to space, and design a space suit.

How do owls move so quietly, why do they turn their heads so much, and what do they eat? Learn about these fascinating birds of prey as we explore owl anatomy, their diets and piece together clues left behind in their pellets!

Learn about simple machines, forces and the engineering design process as your team works together to build a ramp that will slow down a bouncy ball as it rolls to the end.

Work in groups to build a video game character and the world they live in using Bloxels (pixel blocks). Then, bring your creations to life and test out your unique-to-you video game!

Learn about real-world chemistry as you investigate the relationship between pH and coral reefs. Plus, learn how to help our water systems by building a water filter to clean polluted water!

Explore the concepts of gravity, motion and energy while completing roller coaster design challenges.

Learn all about coding with Sphero robots. Create a unique maze and challenge your classmates to direct their robots through it.
*Please note: this program requires ample floor space.

Water is a commodity that can’t be wasted! Use planning, prototyping and teamwork to help Arizona’s urban and rural communities utilize their water sources.

Explore the history, science and art behind natural dyes that are native to Latin America. Extract beautiful colors from plants onto fabric and create a Papel Picado to take home.

A zombie virus has infected your class! Learn about epidemiology by working as a class to track the spread of the virus. Then, work in small groups to create a vaccine.