Education Through Entertainment

Go BIG this Earth Day with the Earth Dome

Posted on Mon, Apr 11, 2022

Go BIG this Earth Day with the Earth Dome


Earth Day is right around the corner, and the educators at Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. are getting excited for spring! Our educators love teaching about our environment in spring when plants begin to grow again and animals come out of hiding. Students and teachers alike can’t help but be amazed by the wonders of our home planet when they experience the Earth Dome. Dive into geography this Earth Day with the Mobile Ed Productions Earth Dome!

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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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Our "Biggest" Show Ever!

Posted on Wed, Dec 7, 2016

All of our programs at Mobile Ed are big, but certainly the biggest show is the Earth Dome!  When we say it's big, we mean it!  Let Mobile Ed president Ryan Thompson introduce you to the most epic way you can teach geography in this quick video.

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Mobile Ed's Guide to School Assemblies Part 19 – The Environment

Posted on Mon, Jul 22, 2013

In our continuing series creating a Guide to School Assemblies, today we discuss school shows and assembly programs that deal with the Environment, Eco-systems and climate change.
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The Earth Balloon and Midwest School Assemblies - Saving Money!

Posted on Fri, May 20, 2011

It’s May and our phones are ringing off the hook. Clients from schools here in the Midwest and all around the country are calling to set their school shows and school assemblies and enrichment programs for next year. Wise schools like to schedule in the spring because they know they get the best selection of dates and also because they can then relax all summer knowing they don’t have “the sword of Damocles” hanging over their heads. Their season is set. Many times I have concluded a conversation with a school principal in which we set their dates for the following year and then ask what they were doing for the summer. The reply is always something like “ I am going to Hilton Head to play golf, and I am really happy to get this off my plate so I can relax and not worry about next year!”

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Kathleen Day and The Earth Dome - School Assemblies in the Midwest

Posted on Tue, Oct 5, 2010

I just had to share this! Kathleen Day is one of our best and most charming presenters. She performs in four shows for us. She presents The Earth Dome, Crime Scene Science, Forces and Motion and They Made a Difference. Since she is an Ohio girl we have her touring in the Midwest only, visiting schools in Indiana, Michigan, Kentucky, Illinois and, of course, Ohio, predominantly but also occasionally to Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Missouri. 

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School Assemblies - Geographical Ignorance in the U.S.

Posted on Fri, Aug 20, 2010

I read an article today that really did not surprise me. Did you know that Americans are basically illiterate when it comes to world geography? It’s true! Apparently, we are only interested in ourselves. A recent study showed that, despite the war, 63 percent of Americans aged 18-24 could not find Iraq on a map. Seventy percent didn’t know the whereabouts of Israel or Iran. And ninety percent failed to locate Afghanistan ... on a map of Asia!

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School Assemblies - Seasonal Programs

Posted on Mon, Jul 19, 2010

If you are looking for ideas for school assemblies that are relevant to the curriculum then one good plan is to try and tie things to the calendar. I like to think of these as “seasonal” programs. 

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OAESA and The Earth Dome (The Earth Balloon)

Posted on Mon, Jun 21, 2010

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