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.Read More
Education Through Entertainment
How to Create a Positive Reading Atmosphere in Your Classroom
The essential skill of reading is at the center of education, communication, and mental development. Without a strong ability to read, it may be harder for children to communicate with others and think critically (Harappa Diaries). Reading and comprehension are vital skills for students no matter their age.
Students should be practicing reading independently or reading with a parent beginning at a young age for maximum brain development. Here are some benefits for students who practice reading at a young age according to Merrimack College:
The quick and dangerous spread of COVID-19 took everyone by surprise in 2020, but Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. is always ready to serve your students. Through a pandemic or not, our commitment to delivering high-quality, educational entertainment hasn’t wavered. Mobile Ed sets strict safety standards for our performers to maintain when traveling across the country or presenting through your screen.Read More
Mobile Ed Production’s mission from the beginning has been to deliver the highest quality of educational entertainment to private and public schools across the country. Since 1979, we have created over 40 popular educational assemblies for K-8 schools, and that number continues to go up. Though we value our transparency, affordability, and mobility, these values mean nothing to us without the high-quality educational and engaging content in our programs.Read More
Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. has been the leader in education-based entertainment since 1979. Passionate about education in young students, our team aims to make learning interactive and engaging for students of all ages covering a variety of subjects. 42 years later, we are now serving educators across the nation via in-person and virtual educational assemblies.
A school teacher and administrator in the Livonia Public Schools, Larry Thompson knew there was a need to make his school lessons more enjoyable for his students and saw a lack of assemblies available for schools. Thompson, as seen in this photo, was also a televised magician and sidekick to Bozo the Clown known as Mr. Whoodini. After airing the show each morning, he’d run over to his classroom to start teaching (sometimes still in his costume!). His students thought this was so cool! Larry Thompson founded Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. with his father-in-law, Norman Seay, in Redford, Michigan, back in 1979 to bring a little magic to his classroom.Read More
We hate to break the news, but August is here, and with it, the beginning of a new school year. As the school year nears and summer comes to a close, many of us begin the lamenting process of saying goodbye to the warmer weather, the extra family time, and the rest and relaxation associated with this particular season. Though the start of fall brings us a lot of excitement at Mobile Ed Productions, we know it may also cause some feelings of stress for educators across the country.Read More