Science On Wheels Full Day Programs

Blood And Guts
Blood and Guts challenges students to uncover the amazing aspects of their insides! Explore the systems and organs that keep us alive and kicking, from our giant skeletons down to the smallest muscles in our eyes. Students will delve into their favorite subject - themselves! - Lesson Descriptions (PDF)

Mathfinder
Mathfinder takes students on a mathematical journey far beyond arithmetic. Students can practice probability, reflect on symmetry, focus on fractals or locate their center of gravity as they discover how to manipulate math. - Lesson Descriptions (PDF)

Rock and Roll
Rock and Roll will shake up your school with earth science! Sort through sand, hunt for fossils, explore and grow sparkling crystals, get blown away by volcanoes, and uncover the secrets of rocks and minerals. - Lesson Descriptions (PDF)

Engineering
Engineering investigates the world of invention and problem solving while exploring the knowledge, skills and tools used to change our lives. Program robots, build and test the strength of bridges and buildings, and investigate new materials as you stretch them to their limits. - Lesson Descriptions (PDF)

Physics On Wheels
Physics On Wheels opening show is bound to be an electrifying (with a Van de Graaff generator) and chilling (with liquid nitrogen) experience! The activities and exhibits will generate excitement with electricity, sound, lenses, magnets and simple machines! - Lesson Descriptions (PDF)

Space Odyssey
Space Odyssey launches you on an amazing celestial journey. Explore the universe in our large, inflatable planetariums or investigate the phases of the moon, the spectra of gases, or the exciting properties of light in your classroom. (Requires indoor space to accommodate 24' x 24' x 10.5' inflatable planetarium.) - Lesson Descriptions (PDF)

 

Science On Wheels programs are aligned with the Washington State Essential Academic Learning Requirements for Science and Mathematics.


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Science On Wheels is made possible with generous support from Amgen Foundation, Anonymous, The Baker Foundation, Chevron Corporation, The Community Fund of South Puget Sound: Irving A. Lassen Foundation Fund, The Ellis Foundation, Fluke Corporation, Google Community Fund of the Tides Foundation, Hubbard Family Foundation, James and Marie Borgman, Johnston-Hanson Foundation, McDonald's of the Rainier Valley, Nysether Family Foundation, Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Plum Creek Timber Company, The Skagit Community Foundation: Clinton & Florence Vaux Endowment for Youth Educational Programs.