Education Through Entertainment

Travel Back in Time with Martin Luther King Jr.!

Posted on Mon, Jan 17, 2022

 

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7 Tips for Handling Viral Challenges in Your Classroom

Posted on Mon, Jan 10, 2022

The National Education Association, the largest teachers union in the United States, has sent a letter to the CEOs of TikTok, Facebook Inc., Instagram, and Twitter Inc. calling for control over the spread of viral challenges and false information on their social media platforms. These viral challenges and the spread of misinformation have made educators’ lives significantly challenging this past year. 

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Fun DIY Classroom Activity - Magnetic Race Car

Posted on Mon, Jan 3, 2022

Mobile Ed Productions, Inc has an exciting new project for you and your students to work on this year that involves magnets, a race car, and lots of smiles. This experiment will use the basic property of magnetic poles repelling each other to make your magnetic car move forward. 

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Bullying and COVID-19: What Educators Can Do

Posted on Mon, Dec 27, 2021

It goes without saying that the effects of the pandemic on our students have been substantial, but increased bullying was not one effect we anticipated. Many schools have returned to in-person learning, and with that students have returned to navigating social lives. Bullying has found itself in schools for years, but bullying related to COVID-19 is an epidemic of its own. Bullying for reasons related to COVID-19 is now known as “COVID Shaming”. 

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Unplugged - Classroom Coding DIY Activity to Do With Your Students

Posted on Mon, Dec 20, 2021

Coding is necessary for building amazing technologies and designing complex computer programs, but Mobile Ed Productions has a way to teach basic coding skills to your students with no technology required and only one household object: a deck of cards. 

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7 Tips to Keep Students Engaged Over Holiday Breaks

Posted on Mon, Dec 13, 2021

With holidays just around the corner, you may be wondering how your students will hold up after such long breaks. The fact of the matter is, children are resilient and will be just fine after returning from a long break. Actually, they may be better than “fine” after a long break. 

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Embracing Diversity in Your Classroom this Holiday

Posted on Mon, Dec 6, 2021

October has come to an end, and we are well on our way to the next holiday. The leaves are falling, so are temperatures, but our spirits most definitely aren’t with all of the celebrations we know are coming up. How will you inclusively celebrate your students this December? Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. might have the answer for you. 

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Easy DIY Earth Balloon Project

Posted on Mon, Nov 22, 2021

If you haven’t heard, we love hands-on activities here at Mobile Ed. Our educators are passionate about engaging students in ways that are both effective and entertaining. Using interactive assignments in the classroom helps students in learning content, memory, team work skills, and problem solving. Our team has procured another awesome tutorial for you and your students to work on this school year! 

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5 Tips for Education Grant Applications

Posted on Mon, Nov 15, 2021

Though Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. prides itself on being affordable and accessible for all schools and educational programs, our goal remains to help educators bring in high-quality educational assemblies with as little limitations as possible. For this reason, Mobile Ed Productions is familiar with the plethora of grants available that help educators bring in more resources, new technologies, and educational experiences.

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How To Create a Lunar Cycle in a Cup Learning Experiment

Posted on Mon, Nov 8, 2021

Students may be anxious to learn about all-things outer space after the many recent reports of successful space missions, including one flight carrying well-known actor William Shatner, and hands-on activities are the best way to grab your students' attention and keep them engaged. 

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