Schedule a traveling school field trip that comes to yoU!

  • In-school science workshops that move from classroom to classroom.
  • Hands-on science programs; tactile and kinesthetic learning.
  • Over 80 science themes complementing the Tennessee Science Standards.
  • Book one grade at a time or the entire school for a discount.
  • Can be scheduled for one day or over as many days as you require.
  • Each workshop takes 45 minutes then moves to the next classroom.
  • We accommodate your grade size and schedule.
  • Perfect for Elementary, Middle, High, Montessori and Pre K.
  • Schedule 2 in-classroom workshops for the school year and get a 3rd FREE.
  • For large schools or difficult schedules we can send 2 or more Science Guys.

How Do I Schedule an In-School Field Trip?

  1. Decide on 2-3 optional dates for workshops.
  2. Choose one workshop theme per visit. 
  3. Contact us for a quote with your preferred dates, start time, number of classes and approximate number of children.
  4. We will get back to you asap with cost and availability!
     * $200 minimum per visit within 1 hour of Nashville **Travel fees may apply for distances over 1 hour depending on number of participants.
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Over 80 STEM Workshops to choose from

Aerodynamics/Aviation (Sometimes called Indoor Rockets or Straw Rockets) | Air Pressure | Anatomy | Animal Habitats | Bones | Bugs & Insects | Changing states | Chemical Reactions | Chemistry | CSI | Cotton Candy Science | Decomposers | Digestion | Dinosaurs | DIY Bouncy Balls | DNA | Dry Ice | Earth Features | Earthquakes | Electric Circuits | Electricity | Electro-magnets, Magnets, Magnetic Fields | Electroplating | Energy | Environment | Explosions | Filters | Five senses | Food Chain | Forces and Motion | Forces of nature | Forensics | Fossils | Genetics | GeoBlast! | Geology (Minerals & Fossils) | Gliders | Hands-on Bubbles | Heavenly bodies | History of Science | Hover-Crafts | Human Body | Hygiene | Kitchen Chemistry | Lasers | Laws of Motion | Light and Rainbows | Magnetic fields | Magnets | Matter or States of Matter | Metals vs Non-Metals | Minerals | Molecules | Natural Disasters | Nature | Newton's Run - requires 1.5 HRS Mainly for Middle and High school | O2/H2/CO2 | Oceanography | Organs | Owl Pellets | Periodic Table | Physical Changes | Planets | Pollution | Recycling | Rocket Launches | Rocketry | Scientific Method | Silly Putty | Simple Machines | SLIME | Solids/Liquids/Gase | Sound or Sound Effects (FX) | Space: planets, moon, sun, earth | Space: rocketry, indoor rocket launches | Static vs. Current Electricity | Structures | Taste and Smell | Universe | Vacuums | Volcanoes | Walloping weather | Water Absorbing Materials | Water Cycle | Worms


Popular STEM Field Trip Themes By Grade

Kindergarten Science Workshops

  • The Scientific Method: Observe, Question, Form Possible Answers, Test, Record Results, Conclude
  • States of Matter!
  • The Five Senses (make cotton candy!)
  • Heavenly bodies (sun, earth, moon, make your own planet) 
  • Bugs and Worms
 

1st Grade Workshop Themes

  • The Scientific Method (Observe, Question, Form Possible Answers, Test, Record Results, Conclude )
  • The Five Senses (make cotton candy!)
  • Energy!
  • Heavenly Bodies (Sun, Earth, Moon, Make your own planet)
  • Light and Sound  (Prisms, Waves, Light show, Sound FX)
  • Worms and Soil
 

2nd Grade Science Field Trip Themes

  • Worms and Soil
  • The Scientific Method (Observe, Question, Form Possible Answers, Test, Record Results, Conclude )
  • Heavenly Bodies (Sun, Earth, Moon, Make your own planet)
  • Owl Pellet Dissection
  • Animal Habitats
  • Solids and Liquids (Make SLIME!)
  • Laws of Motion!
 

3rd Grade Science Field Trip Themes

  • Owl Pellets
  • Space: Planets, Moon, Sun, and Earth
  • Geology: Rocks and Minerals
  • Fundamental Forces: Force=mass * Acceleration, Push and pull
  • Make Your Own Bouncy Ball
  • Walloping Weather
  • The Scientific Method and our 5 Senses: (Observe, Question, Form Possible Answers, Test, Record Results, Conclude)
 

4th Grade Science Field Trip Themes

  • The Scientific Method: Observe, Question, Form Possible Answers, Test, Record Results, Conclude
  • Fundamental Forces: Magnetism, Electro-Magnetism, Electricity
  • Electricity: Current/Static, AC/DC, Conductor/Insulator, Parallel/Series Circuits
  • World of Waves: Light, Sound, and Oceans
  • Energy: Light, Sound, Heat
  • Universe
  • Measuring Ocean Topography: Creating an atlas of the ocean floor
 

5th Grade Science Field Trip Themes

  • The Scientific Method: Observe, Question, Form Possible Answers, Test, Record Results, Conclude
  • Fundamental Forces: Magnetism, electro-magnetism, electricity
  • Electricity: Current/Static, AC/DC, Conductor/Insulator, Parallel/Series Circuits
  • Measuring Ocean Topography: Creating an atlas of the ocean floor
  • Universe
  • Energy: Light, Sound, Heat
 

6th Grade Science Workshops

  • The Scientific Method: Observe, Question, Form Possible Answers, Test, Record Results, Conclude
  • Fundamental Forces: Magnetism, electro-magnetism, electricity
  • Electricity: Current/Static, AC/DC, Conductor/Insulator, Parallel/Series Circuits
  • Measuring Ocean Topography: creating an atlas of the ocean floor
  • Universe
  • Energy: Flow of energy, Electricity, States of Matter
  • Liquid Nitrogen
  • Forces
 

7th & 8th Grade Science Workshops

  • Forces
  • Electricity
  • Space
  • Liquid Nitrogen
  • Weather
  • Periodic Table
  • Crazy Chemistry
  • Geology/Dinosaurs
  • Energy
  • GeoBlast!
  • Molecules

High School Programs

  • Dry ice
  • Electroplating
  • Periodic table
  • Explosions (dry ice, vinegar/baking soda/alka seltzer
  • Elephant toothpaste
  • Acids/bases
  • DNA
  • Cotton candy science
  • Molecules
  • Chemical Reactions
  • Universe
  • GeoBlast!
  • Build an Electric Car
  • Anatomy
  • Matter
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Reviews

Professor Graybeard was perfect! His engagement with the students was spot-on with the right amount on teaching and entertaining. The experiments were fun and, with the professor’s help, were informative. My entire team was so impressed, we have added Mr. Bond, Science Guy, to our “traditional” list of field trips!
— Mell Isaacs, Liberty Elementary, 1st Grade
Big, big thank you to Mr. Bond!!! Our kids (and teachers) at Spring Hill Elementary had an absolute blast today! I, for one, am envious of your job, because getting kids psyched about science has to be as much fun for you!
— Ellen Greene Mangold
Thank you for coming to teach us about simple machines. I learned that a magnet drops slowly in a copper tube. My favorite you teached was you showing us about magnets and pulleys. Thank you for teaching us more about science.
— Sincerely Estefania 2nd grade, Sunset Elementary

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