Education Through Entertainment

Thanksgiving Holidays, Kids and School Shows

Posted on Wed, Nov 16, 2011

Anyone who has kids will know this. Just before holidays they get excited. Gee... kind of an understatement there, huh? Ballistic might be a better word, or frenetic, animated, distracted ... you name it. But one thing is for sure, it is hard to get them to concentrate on school work. Whether it be summer vacation, fall break, winter break, Thanksgiving ... it doesn’t matter, they will still work themselves into a frenzy, and it is very frustrating trying to calm them down to accomplish regular school work during these times.

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Young Authors Day School Assembly - Review

Posted on Tue, Nov 15, 2011

If you have read my articles much over the last year or so you will know I really like our Young Authors Day school assembly program and in particular the gentleman who created and still performs that show. His name is Toma the Mime. I just received another glowing, over the top review of his show and I wanted to share it with you.

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Piankeshaw Trails Native American School Assembly Rocks Ohio!

Posted on Sat, Nov 12, 2011

One of our new programs this year is a real stunner! Piankeshaw Trails, performed magnificently by Sheryl Hartman, is an awesome school assembly program that introduces kids to the culture and history of the Woodland Tribes of the Ohio Valley. It is a great show in it’s own right. But it is also perfect for schools in Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois and Kentucky who are looking for ideas and means to increase kids interest in this field which is so heavily featured in state standards all across the Midwest.

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Midwest School Assemblies Performer Makes Good In Maryland!

Posted on Thu, Nov 3, 2011

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Exotic Animals on the Loose in Ohio - Live Animal School Assemblies

Posted on Wed, Oct 19, 2011

Today’s news is sad. In Zanesville, Ohio a variety of wild animals, from lions and cheetahs to grizzly bears, were released from their enclosures and having then ventured out into the countryside are now being shot dead by authorities.

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1492 - Columbus Day and Native American School Assemblies

Posted on Thu, Oct 13, 2011

I have been reading a fascinating book lately, made even more pertinent by the passing this week of Columbus Day (did you notice? It was last Monday). 1492 - The Year The World Began -  by Felipe Fernandez Armesto details the myriad ways in which the world was changed by the voyage of Columbus and the European discovery of “the New World” It is a great book and one I highly recommend. Great stuff about all the changes the world experienced because of that voyage, many of which you might never have imagined. However, there is one area of change we all know a little about and that is the change wrought on the native population of North America by the arrival of Europeans.

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New School Assembly September Newsletter Coming Soon!

Posted on Mon, Sep 19, 2011

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Mobile Ed Productions Reviews for Science Assemblies

Posted on Tue, Aug 23, 2011

Summer is rapidly coming to a close so I thought to offer a recap of our summer science camp programs and the great reviews we have been receiving. 

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School Assemblies and Academic Standards - Ohio Social Studies

Posted on Wed, Aug 10, 2011

For most kids history is an ugly thought. Learning about history has about as much appeal as eating broccoli. Mention history to a lot of kids and their eyes glaze over with a look that says:

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School Assembly Site Dog Of The Month For July

Posted on Mon, Jul 18, 2011

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