Education Through Entertainment

Science and Character Assemblies - On Tour Nationwide!

Posted on Fri, Jan 18, 2019

We are very proud of the wide variety of educational programs we are able to offer schools all over the country, and we just so happen to have three of those programs traveling in a single tour covering topics from science to character building.  Take a moment to learn more about these wonderful (and affordable) assemblies for your students.

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Topics: Character Counts Assembly Program, Science education, school shows about science, School Assemblies, ideas for elementary enrichment programs, Hands On Science, ideas for elementary school assemblies, School Assembly Programs for low budget schools, Things to do instead of field trips, six pillars of Character, making science exciting, STEAM activities, STEAM enrichment, ideas for science assemblies

Back to School 2018 - Are Your Assemblies Scheduled?

Posted on Mon, Aug 6, 2018

Well, it's happened.  It's officially "Back to School" season, isn't it?  *sigh*

When you're finished running around filling backpacks and buying new shoes, take a minute to set up your assemblies and events for the fall.  From portable planetariums to character education, we've got your start-of-the-year assembly needs covered.  Take a moment to see what's coming to you Fall 2018!

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Topics: Guide To School Shows, awesome school assemblies, Science education, School asemblies, school STEM programs, 2018-2019, fall assemblies, back to school

The Future Cities Competition

Posted on Fri, Jan 4, 2013

As parents and educators, we’re always trying to find new ways to get our kids involved in their own futures. Our kids go to school to learn the skills that they’ll need to be great adults, but it’s not just for them individually. We need their great ideas too! The world of adults needs to help shape the great kids of tomorrow, and lately, this focus has very much been on the STEM areas: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. Enter the Future Cities competition, coming up throughout January and February.
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Topics: STEM, Science education, engineering education, mathematics education