Now scheduling for 2014-2015!

 

Education Through Entertainment!

For the last 35 years, Mobile Ed Productions' quality school assemblies have been traveling the United States, educating and entertaining hundreds of thousands of students with live educational school assembly programs and hands-on workshops. We send our exciting school assembly programs into thousands of schools each year, nationwide.

Are you seeking alternatives to field trips? Can you use exciting Elementary and Middle School assemblies to motivate your students to want to learn more? With just one call and with the aid of a professional program consultant, you can set up an entire season of quality programming from our library of shows. You can book with confidence knowing that all of our programs, featuring the best school assembly performers in the business, will meet or exceed your state's standards, fit within your budget, and be lots and lots of fun.

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Get Ready for the Future
with STEM Museum

STEM Museum from Mobile Ed

Tomorrow's jobs and today's education standards require STEM education...and we have an awesome solution - STEM Museum: the new touring hands-on museum you can have in your school during the 2013-2014 school year!

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Not Just
School Assemblies

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Mobile Ed's lineup of top-notch educational programs are such a hit in schools nationwide, you might want to think about having our performers entertain (and educate!) at your next family night, ice cream social, Cub Scout Blue and Gold Banquet, reward assembly, holiday party, school fund raiser or even your library! The sky's the limit!

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 Satisfies Your State's
Curriculum Requirements

We Align with Common Core

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All Of Our Performers Have FBI Background Checks

Affordable Shows
That 
Fit Into Your Budget

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When applicable, we align our programs to the criteria outlined by the Common Core Standards initiative.  Give your students a leg-up on their testing with a surge of relevant information with one of our programs.  Ask your program consultant for more specific content information.

Not a performer hits the road before completing a thorough FBI Background Check as well as getting their fingerprints on file and getting the OK from everybody here at Mobile Ed HQ.  In short: we know who we're sending to your school.

We're living in this economy too; we know how hard it is to get funding for school events.  That's why we're the most flexible producer of school assemblies in the country. Let us know what you want and we'll make it work within your budget.


Comments on our programs

“The presenter was engaging and exciting. He knew how to connect with small children. He set up the expectations for the presentation that all the kids could follow. They loved it!"

Sarah Walsh (Teacher)
Ravinia School, Highland Park, Illinois
for Reptiles Are Cool

"Delivery was on students' level and presenter made connections to real life experiences and the work done by African American scientists."

Dr. Bernida Thompson (Principal)    

Roots Public Charter School, Washington D.C. 
for Chemistry: It Really Matters

“Dave brought Ben Franklin to life! What an actor! His show was a great kickoff to our Invention Fair!”

Nancy Willis (Elementary Curriculum Coordinator)

North Warren School
Smiths Grove, Kentucky

for Ben Franklin
“Excellent! Another great school assembly program!”

Mary Dean (Principal)

King Elementary, Akron, Ohio
for The Earth Dome


“Best ever! Students loved it and have gotten on his website as a follow up! Teachers and students have requested that he come back - already scheduled for next year! Outstanding performance - fabulous work with each grade level.”

Kathryn Richards (Principal)

Fischer Elementary, Speedway, Indiana
for Young Authors Day

“The kids would have gladly spent hours absorbing all the presenter had to share!”

Lori Renneck (Teacher)

Paris Consolidated School
Kenosha, Wisconsin

for Sky Dome Planetarium

Have we visited your school recently?  Let us know how it went!


News for Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Oh oh, April is slipping by...

OMG... time to start working on a new schedule for next year, isn't it?

Well, March is when we begin scheduling for 2014-2015! We have been steadily working through our waiting lists from this year and contacting all those who were too late to get the shows they wanted this year. Don't let that happen to you! As always, certain shows and tours (The STEM Museum, Stronger Than a Bully, The No Bully Zone) will all fill in very quickly and are likely to sell out again. And we still have one or two surprises to announce. A couple of programs are being overhauled this year with new additions to make them more exciting than ever, plus we will be introducing a new twist entirely on on of our favorite shows. But more about that later...shhhh!

In the meantime, have you made all your plans for the remainder of this year? Right to Read? Earth Day in April? These dates and special occasions will arrive sooner than you think. Will you be ready? Numerous tours are sold out and remaining dates for the rest are filling in quickly. Don't forget to add something fun for those "running out the clock" days near the end of the school year, especially all of you that have had to extend your year due to snow days! Give us a call today!

Today in History in...

599 – Maya king Uneh Chan of Calakmul attacks rival city-state Palenque in southern Mexico, defeating queen Yohl Ik'naland sacking the city.

1016Edmund Ironside succeeds his father Æthelred the Unready as king of England

1635 – The first public school in the United States, Boston Latin School, is founded in Boston, Massachusetts.

1661 – King Charles II of England, Scotland and Ireland is crowned in Westminster Abbey.

1791James Buchanan, American politician, 15th President of the United States (d. 1868), born in Pennsylvania.

1813Stephen A. Douglas, American politician from Illinois (d. 1861), born in Vermont

1853Winthrop M. Crane, American businessman and politician, 40th Governor of Massachusetts (d. 1920), born in Massachusetts.

1900Jim Bottomley, American baseball player and sportscaster (d. 1959), born in Illinois.

1910American President Theodore Roosevelt makes his "The Man in the Arena" speech.

1914 – First baseball game at Wrigley Field, then known as Weeghman Park in Chicago.

1917Dorian Leigh, American model (d. 2008), born in Texas.

1921 – Warren Spahn, American baseball player and coach (d. 2003), born in New York.

1923Dolph Briscoe, American politician, 41st Governor of Texas (d. 2010), born in Texas.

1928Shirley Temple, American actress, singer, and dancer (d. 2014), born in California.

1932Halston, American fashion designer (d. 1990),born in Iowa

1936Roy Orbison, American singer-songwriter (Traveling Wilburys) (d. 1988), born in Texas

1939 – Lee Majors, American actor, born in Michigan

1941World War II: The Greek government and King George II evacuate Athens before the invading Wehrmacht.

1967Soviet space program: Soyuz 1 (Russian: Союз 1, Union 1) a manned spaceflight carrying cosmonaut Colonel Vladimir Komarov is launched into orbit.

1968Vietnam War: Student protesters at Columbia University in New York City take over administration buildings and shut down the university.

1985Coca-Cola changes its formula and releases New Coke. The response is overwhelmingly negative, and the original formula is back on the market in less than 3 months.


 


 




 


 

Today, Some of Our Awesome School Assemblies Now Playing...

The Earth Dome in Ashburn, Virginia.

The No Bully Zone in Novi, Michigan.

Animals and the Environment in Pekin, Illinois.

Mark Twain in Wenonah, New Jersey.

Physics is Fun in Janesville, Wisconsin,

Stronger Than a Bully in Easton, Pennsylvania.

Chemistry! It Really Matters! in Allen, Texas.

The Magic of Science in Arlington Heights, Illinois.

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The STEM Museum in Lancaster, California.

 


 


 


 



 


 


 


 










 


From the Mobile Ed Productions Blog

Monday, Apr 14, 2014
Today is April 14, a day most Americans know as the day in which they madly scramble to finish their taxes before the deadline for filing tomorrow, April 15. But something of great moment happened on this day, a long time ago. On April 14, 1865, it was Good Friday of the Easter weekend....Read More
Friday, Apr 11, 2014
Here at Mobile Ed, we all know what a great performer David Mitchell is, but we often forget that not everyone is as aware of this as we are.   David does several shows for us, including two great anti-bullying programs ( Stronger Than a Bully and You've Got a Friend ), as well as a...Read More
Monday, Apr 7, 2014
Just a quick bit of excitement this morning! This year we premiered our flagship school assembly The STEM Museum . That program has sold out quickly and is selling out quickly again for 2014-15. And well it should! This cutting edge school assembly brings a hands on science museum, complete...Read More
Friday, Apr 4, 2014
Just a short note today to remind you that April 4 marks a dark day in American history. Today in 1968, the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr . was slain by an assassin in Memphis, Tennessee. Dr. King is now an icon of the Civil Rights movement in this country and his legacy of peaceful,...Read More
Tuesday, Apr 1, 2014
Have you heard about STEM? It stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. If you have not heard the term before, you will shortly, make no mistake. These four components are integral to the future of education in the United States. With technology and science rapidly coming to...Read More
Monday, Mar 31, 2014
Today is a day many of us wait anxiously for all winter long. The opening of a new Major League Baseball season, and the unofficial beginning of summer. For some diehard fans like...cough, cough, me,cough cough...it is really the annual beginning of all sports, since for some of us baseball...Read More
Wednesday, Mar 26, 2014
On this date, March 26, in history one great poet was born, and another passed away. In 1874, poet Robert Frost was born in San Francisco. In 1892,poet Walt Whitman died in Camden, N.J. As today marks the anniversary of the birth of a great...Read More
Monday, Mar 17, 2014
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Today everyone is Irish, or so they would have you believe. Today is the day for the wearin' of the Green! But there is another way to “Go Green” that is in some ways far more important, and that is by taking green action to teach about our planet and learn ways...Read More
Tuesday, Mar 4, 2014
Did you know that today marks the date of two very important leaders in history? On March 4, 1861, Abraham Lincoln became the 16th president of the United States. Franklin Delano Roosevelt was inaugurated as our 32nd president in 1933 on this same date. Also on March 4,...Read More
Thursday, Feb 27, 2014
    is almost here, and hopefully with it the Spring! We can all use a little nice weather after this winter, I am sure! With the Spring comes the release of schedules and dates for all our awesome programs for next year. But before we do so, we thought it might be nice to...Read More
Friday, Jan 24, 2014
Today is the anniversary of the birth of the world wide Boy Scouting movement back in 1908 in England by Sir Robert Baden-Powell. In honor of the day, here is a reprint of a piece we wrote several years ago about scouting....   The Boy Scouts of America was founded in February of...Read More
Wednesday, Jan 22, 2014
Well, it has been awhile since we posted some of our “bragging rights”. This month has been very hectic so far here at the Mobile Ed ranch, what with major winter storms all over the country playing havoc with our schedules. So many schools have missed performances due to weather closures. Of...Read More
Monday, Jan 20, 2014
Last week, on January 15 was the actual  the anniversary of the birth of the Rev, Dr. Martin Luther King . But today, January 20, is the holiday on which we as a nation look back to honor this great American and his accomplishments. What has...Read More
Tuesday, Jan 7, 2014
Well, 2013 is in the history books now, so we thought you might like a quick recap of our top ten school shoes from last year. Here is what we had for you! Not that these are the best shows we have ... all our shows are absolutely awesome! But of all the more than thirty great school programs we...Read More
Monday, Jan 6, 2014
Maybe you are in sunny California, or some other part of the world where the rigors of winter are not currently affecting you, but here in the Midwest we are getting hammered. Following two weeks off for the holidays, our office was scheduled to reopen this morning, but Mother Nature had other...Read More