I wasn't always Lincoln.
Education Through Entertainment
For years Mobile Ed has had a relationship with Thomas Edison. Raised in Michigan, as was Mobile Ed, Mr. Edison was responsible for hundreds and thousands of patented inventions, many of which have changed civilization. And for years, one of our assembly programs has crisscrossed the country bringing the great inventor to life for children and sharing with them some of his greatest works.
So, today is the 4th of July.
Our resident author, Geoff Beauchamp, writes blog posts exemplifying the talent of his co-workers and the importance of the school assembly programs they present. The humble Mr. Beauchamp never writes to exemplify his talent. This blog post will do what has never been done before, praise Geoff for his dedication, hard work and inspiring performance as Abraham Lincoln.
I had to throw in a word today about Thomas Edison, his birthday and the relevance of school assemblies.
With March coming up you should know about a great midwest school show, perfect for celebrating Women’s History Month. As you are aware, we often write about Abraham Lincoln school assemblies, and Martin Luther King school shows, or about Frederick Douglas assembly programs or school shows about Ben Franklin. It seems like it is always the famous men who get all the attention. Several years ago we decided this just wasn’t fair! So we created a great school assembly about a bunch of famous women from history. I guess you might call this one “Herstory” !