The students at Potter Gray Elementary are learning about advances in agriculture.
"We've learned the kind of foods that you need to eat to be healthy and the kind of exercises and what farmers need to do when they plant crops and stuff", said Kaylee Searcy, a third grader.
"We're learning what farmers do, and where we get our plants from, and where all of our food comes from", said Matt Pinerola, a third grader.
The COSI On Wheels program came to Potter Gray to teach the students about the advances made in agriculture over the years.
"It's just so cool to learn all these things. You think 'Oh this came from a store' actually no it didn't it came from a farm. Just to kind of take it back and realize everything comes from the farming process", said Krista Lively, with COSI.
For some of the students the world of farming is foreign territory. "A lot of our children live in the city and they don't have the opportunity to see the cows, or know that they're milked to get our milk, or make the cheese", said Juanita Cole, a science and math teacher.
The event was sponsored by the Warren County Farm Bureau.
For more information on the program you can log onto http://www.cosi.org