LET US BRING THE SCIENCE TO YOU!
From the inner workings of our bodies to the edge of space, our Science on Wheels in-class lessons are developed to educate, inspire and engage your students. Our in-depth, hands-on, in-your-classroom programs consist of grade-specific content catered to meet Arizona State Education Standards and the Common Core.
60 minutes per session
Up to 30 participants per session
STANDARD PRICING (unless otherwise stated. Some classes may have additional cost, which will be stated in program description):
- $225 1st session
- $175 2nd session
- $150 3rd session
- $150 4th session (A $200 savings by booking four programs! In order to receive the discount pricing for sessions 2-4, must be same lesson, same date)
For more information or to schedule a program, please fill out Reservations Request Form below.
Office Hours: 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Monday–Friday
Schools can schedule various dissections with Arizona Science Center. Students will work in small groups to learn proper dissection techniques and etiquette as they explore the anatomy of real specimens. ASC specialists will bring everything needed to deliver a dissection lesson to your students.
- Sea Star Dissection
- Squid Dissection
- Cow Eye Dissection
- Dogfish Shark Dissection
Create your own video game. Practice coding skills while unleashing your creativity with Bloxels. Get creative and build your very own gaming world.
Participants discover the basic principles of electricity through the use of the Van de Graaff generator and hands-on challenges with insulators, conductors and circuits.
Students encounter fundamental chemical principles as they investigate the mysterious changes that occur when various solids, liquids, and gases are combined.
Investigate real-world chemistry as we investigate how to clean polluted water, and explore medicine!
Learn about how a car moves! Teams assemble and engineer their own electric car using pulleys, gears, and motors.
Learn about the basic principles of electricity and how circuits function by creating and designing a light-up greeting card!
We have a forensic file to explore! Investigate crime scene investigation and explore fingerprints, handwriting, and other evidence that might give us some clues!
Do you want to learn how to code in a fun and interactive way? Guide Dash, the robot, through different challenges by coding them with a tablet. Your students will be able to work together to code Dash to complete the different coding challenges in a fun and engaging way.
Step into the shoes of a geologist to discover the differences between rocks and minerals through hands-on demonstrations and exploration of a variety of Arizona minerals.
How do owls move so quietly, why do they turn their heads so much, and what does an owl eat? Learn about these fascinating birds of prey as we explore owl anatomy, habitats, and diets.
Invention, design, and exploration adventure! Students will work together to design a ramp that will slow down a bouncy ball as it rolls to the end. They will use the Engineering Design Process to understand concepts such as simple machines, energy transfer, conservation, and forces.
Want to code? Discover how fun coding can be by using Ozobot, pocket-sized coding robots, and colors! Your students will explore the basics of coding with these educational robots.
Students will explore the concepts of gravity, motion, and energy while experimenting with marbles and tubes to design and test their own rollercoasters.
Using plastic bottles, water, and compressed air, students learn about aerodynamics as they design, test, modify and launch rockets to altitudes of 100 feet and higher.
How can we harness the power of the sun to improve the lives of Arizonans? Students will explore the possibility solar energy holds for our future while learning how solar cells work through the exploration of a solar house.
Using the Engineering Design Process, participants will learn about the laws of physics as they design a rocket that soars through the air!
How valuable is a drop of water? From crops and canals to water wheels and power, water is a commodity that can’t be wasted. Use engineering to explore all the ways in which water works for us.
Learn how scientists and epidemiologists track the spread of disease through populations and how vaccines are created. Can you create a vaccine before the “infection” spreads?