Education Through Entertainment

Everyone Can Explore the Solar System in the SkyDome Planetarium

Posted on Tue, Dec 20, 2016

The SkyDome Planetarium has been our most popular school assembly program of all time for a reason: it's awesome!  The standard in portable field trips, SkyDome takes your whole school through the solar system, to the stars of our galaxy, and back again to our lovely little planet.  Ryan Thompson blasts you off on this cosmic journey in this short video.

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Promoting School Funding With School Assembly Programs

Posted on Wed, Oct 3, 2012

If you have kids and live in Michigan then most likely you already know what today was, don't you? Today was, of course, that most important day called “Count Day”. If you do not know what that means, then here is an explanation.

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There Are School Shows And Then There Are School Shows!

Posted on Fri, Dec 2, 2011

I was out of the office yesterday in the morning. I went over to Northwood Elementary School in Royal Oak, Michigan, because our program Stronger Than a Bully was performing there. Since Stronger Than a Bully started out on tour on the road this year, this was the first time I was to have an opportunity to catch a live presentation of this great new and important school show.

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Cyber Monday, Presents and What is Good For Kids (School Assemblies!)

Posted on Mon, Nov 28, 2011

Well Happy Cyber Monday to you all!

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Midwest School Assembly - Celebrate Women’s History Month

Posted on Wed, Jan 12, 2011

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” !

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