Education Through Entertainment

Summer Science Project: Ice Cream in a Bag

Posted on Tue, Jul 5, 2022

Summer Science Project: Ice Cream in a Bag

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If your kids are enjoying the summer heat, they may need a treat to help them cool down. Turn your afternoon treat into a “cool” chemistry project by creating ice cream in a bag!

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8 Ways to Inspire Your Kids to Read This Summer

Posted on Mon, Jun 27, 2022

8 Ways to Inspire Your Kids to Read This Summer

A child’s routine can change drastically as they transition from the school year to summer break, but that doesn’t mean their reading level has to! The Mobile Ed team has procured for you several easy and efficient tips for keeping your kids and students reading (and loving it) over the summer months. 

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Getting Rid of Burnout: What Leaders Can Do

Posted on Mon, Jun 13, 2022

Getting Rid of Burnout: What Leaders Can Do

 

 

Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. is an organization dedicated to supporting educators in big and small ways. As of late, many of us have felt the consequences of maintaining continuous high expectations and demands with little help: it’s called burnout and it is no stranger to most in the education field. Though there are several ways that educators can combat the symptoms of burnout, such as community support and self-care, our team has come together to create an article about ways we can attack burnout at the root.

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A New Fan-Favorite Virtual Assembly: Celestial Voyage

Posted on Mon, Jun 6, 2022

A New Fan-Favorite Virtual Assembly: Celestial Voyage

 

 

Mobile Ed began offering Virtual Programs in 2020 when the health and safety of our community took priority. Our team got to work on redesigning all of our well-loved programs to be adapted for a virtual environment so students wouldn’t have to fall behind and educators could have more resources. Though we now offer many virtual programs, our educators are quickly developing a favorite: Celestial Voyage

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10 Fascinating Projects for Science Fairs

Posted on Tue, May 31, 2022

10 Fascinating Projects for Science Fairs

 

The purpose of science fairs is to provide a convention for students to ask and answer questions they have about everyday life using the scientific method. Many students will create impressive displays showcasing their scientific methods and findings. Science fairs have been happening in the world for several decades. The first science fair occurred in 1942 and was hosted by the Science Talent Search. Science fairs became more popular in the 1950s after there were televised accounts of atomic weapons, Sputnik, new vaccines, and students' interest in science was piqued.

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A Message From Mobile Ed

Posted on Thu, May 26, 2022

With our passion for and history of bringing educational entertainment to children in schools, we'd like to express that our hearts, thoughts, and prayers go out to those affected by the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas.

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5 Resources for Teaching Astronomy in Your Classroom

Posted on Mon, May 23, 2022

If you take a look at any culture, it doesn't take long to find the signs and tells of astronomy deeply rooted within them. In ancient times, astronomy was studied and used as an essential tool in helping people determine the timing of important agricultural events like spring planting and fall harvests. The orientation of the ancient constellations was used as a clock by which time could be measured. “Indigenous astronomy“ was the astronomy that existed long before the Ancient Greeks and the modern era.

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5 Ways to Embrace Patriotism in Your Classroom this Memorial Day

Posted on Mon, May 16, 2022

5 Ways to Embrace Patriotism in Your Classroom this Memorial Day

 

 

Spring has arrived, and so has another holiday: Memorial Day. Many of us can’t help but feel relieved when this three-day weekend comes around, signaling the unofficial beginning of summer, but Memorial Day can also be a fantastic way to learn about patriotism in our classrooms and honor those that gave their all for our nation, while also creating a day of rest and fun summer activities. 

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3 Ways to Bring Abraham Lincoln to Life in Your Classroom

Posted on Mon, May 9, 2022

3 Ways to Bring Abraham Lincoln to Life in Your Classroom

 

Abraham Lincoln is one of America’s most famous presidents. Considering his efforts with the Union, the Emancipation Proclamation, and his magnificent speeches, Lincoln is an important figure for students of all ages to learn about. For students who may struggle to wrap their heads around historical events, educators at Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. have several immersive activities for you to use to help teach about Abraham Lincoln in your classroom this year. 

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Viral Science Experiment: Elephant Toothpaste!

Posted on Mon, May 2, 2022

Viral Science Experiment: Elephant Toothpaste

Our mission as an organization has always been to make students excited about learning, and it remains a top priority today. Some of the best ways we can get students invested in their learning are by getting creative in the classroom and letting our students be involved in their learning. Conducting experiments, whether as a demonstration or as a hands-on project, can do just that. Mobile Ed has a simple recipe for this classic chemistry experiment filled with ingredients you might already have in your classroom. Start amazing your students with this fascinating classroom experiment! 

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