Education Through Entertainment

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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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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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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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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DIY Space Experiment: How to Create a Sundial

Posted on Mon, Oct 18, 2021

Learning about space is fascinating for so many, and we are certain your students will agree. Our educators that work with Mobile Ed Productions have used this quick-and-easy sundial project many times when teaching about the earth’s rotation in their classrooms. 

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7 Science Activities for Summer

Posted on Wed, Jun 12, 2019

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!)

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Fireworks in a Jar | 4th of July Fun

Posted on Thu, Jun 28, 2018

The 4th of July is right around the corner!  The night sky will be filled with beautiful fireworks but before the sun goes down start the celebration by creating safe and colorful "fireworks" that you can make all by yourself.  This easy experiment uses common items you probably already have in your kitchen!  Have some hands-on fun with the whole family before the real fireworks begin!  Happy Independence Day!

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Make a Magic Flipping Bottle | Fun Activity

Posted on Fri, Jun 15, 2018

Hey everybody!  Handy Dan is back for another summer of fun activities!  We're going to start things off with an activity you'll flip for - a magic flipping bottle!  Learn how to impress your family and friends with a water bottle that will always land right side up when you flip it.  It may look like magic, but it's really science at work!  Check it out!

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April Showers | Rainy Day Science Activity

Posted on Thu, Apr 5, 2018

It’s time to bid farewell to the snowflakes and get out our umbrellas -- spring is finally here! And as we all know, with April showers come May flowers...but where do those April showers come from, anyway?  We’re here to help you out with a quick refresher on the water cycle just in time to make the most of those rainy days -- along with a few activities to make the time go by faster!

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Make a Rainbow in a Bottle | St. Patrick's Day Science Activity

Posted on Sat, Mar 17, 2018

Don’t worry -- you don’t have to wish for rain on this St. Patrick’s Day to be able to enjoy a rainbow! Handy Dan and his friend Junkbot are here to teach you how to make your very own St. Paddy’s Day rainbow* in the privacy of your own home -- you won’t even need an umbrella!

*pot of gold not included.

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