Incorporating science into your virtual school routine might seem challenging, but it’s far easier than you might think. By reading science books as part of your English class or bringing in outside programs for virtual field trips, your students will be able to learn more about science. Science is everywhere in the world around us so it’s important that students learn as much as they can about it.Read More
Education Through Entertainment
We understand the restrictions being put on schools all over the country regarding school assemblies and in-house field trips better than anyone. Virtual school works well for some subjects, but the absence of the traditional school assembly is sorely felt by millions of students, teachers and administrators across the country.
Now, Mobile Ed Productions is offering fully interactive virtual school assemblies!Read More
School assemblies come in many forms. There are in-school programs like pep rallies, talent shows, science fairs, and performances by school bands and choirs. There are also programs brought into school by outside providers such as educational organizations, libraries, and companies that specialize in bringing presenters into the schools to enlighten students in the sciences, history and the arts. Choosing the best and most appropriate assemblies can be a challenge. Take a look at this guide to the best and most popular assemblies you could host at your own school.Read More
“Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.”
“Music is a world within itself
With a language we all understand
With an equal opportunity
For all to sing, dance and clap their hands”
Summer is here, and if you're like many of us, that means you now have a house full of kids in desperate need of something to keep them amused. When Fortnite loses its appeal, wrangle up your kids and some basic crafting materials and have some hands-on fun with these easy science experiments.
Here's all seven videos in our Building Up STEAM series of DIY projects and activities for you and your kids. These are all a great way to spend a summer afternoon, or they can expanded upon for science projects in the upcoming school year. (If you like these at-home experiments, you should see our live assembly shows!)Read More
Transform your library into a writers' workshop this summer, and help your students tell their whole universe of stories. Our award-winning Young Authors Day program turns young people into authors and playwrights, while also delivering important knowledge about the writing process.Read More
This summer, bring a universe of stories to your students’ ears, and get your library rocking with our World Music Tour program! Join seasoned children’s presenter Guy Louis as he transports your group around the world in this dynamic, interactive 40-minute musical program.Read More
Give your library visitors a new perspective on how seven continents, five oceans, and 195 individual countries can add up to an entire universe of stories! Our Earth Dome presentation allows students a unique view of our home in the galaxy. This half-hour assembly focuses on the scale of the planet, longitude and latitude, the seven continents, and major cities.Read More
Turn your library into a planetarium for a day and discover a universe of stories with Mobile Ed’s Sky Dome Planetarium! With our flexible schedule options and experienced presenter, we're ready to take your library patrons to the stars this summer.Read More