We are keeping our eye on the COVID-19 situation. Currently, we cannot go to schools during the closure periods but when things reopen we will contact our partners and schools to see about resuming visits for the remainder of the school year.
We will work to keep everyone updated. Our hopes are that everyone stay healthy and safe in this trying time.
Please reach out to us at Admin@AgScienceCenter.org if you have any questions or concerns.
Thank you and best wishes,
From all of us at the National Ag Science Center
AIM: A Mobile Agricultural Science Lab and Classroom
Ag In Motion (AIM) is our primary vehicle to reach students. A mobile science laboratory classroom that travels to schools and invites students to experience hands-on ag science. A menu of standards-based ag science curricula offers labs to schools that align with their current lessons while providing students with new perspectives on how ag science impacts the food they eat and the clothes they wear.
Ag In Motion Curriculum
Have you ever wondered if you could really grow food on Mars? Are you concerned about zombie bugs attacking our plants? Would you investigated mysterious strawberry cloning scandals? If your answer is yes, then you are a perfect fit for Ag In Motion’s (AIM) new lab series. We are developing new interactive and engaging curriculum for our 7th and 8th grade investigative ag scientists in the Central Valley. Support our efforts and support the students as they delve into ag science education in our hands-on mobile lab. Next Generation Science Standards with exciting ag science mysteries and challenges!
Students are provided with a laboratory notebook that is collected by their teacher to assess and grade. Schools are given the opportunity to choose from a menu of options which are specific to seventh grade life science or eighth grade physical science curricula.
- Light Lab
- Zombie Bugs
- CSI Strawberry
- Astronaut Farmer
Request a Visit
Click on this button to complete and submit the AIM Request Form!
Valuable support for Ag In Motion is generated from our donors generous support of the Ag Hall of Fame annual event. Additional funding is provided by the Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation, Haley Farms, and the Turlock Irrigation District.