Education Through Entertainment

Fall Science Project: Leaf Chromatography

Posted on Mon, Sep 26, 2022

Fall Science Project: Leaf Chromatography

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Viral Science Experiment: Elephant Toothpaste!

Posted on Mon, May 2, 2022

Viral Science Experiment: Elephant Toothpaste

Our mission as an organization has always been to make students excited about learning, and it remains a top priority today. Some of the best ways we can get students invested in their learning are by getting creative in the classroom and letting our students be involved in their learning. Conducting experiments, whether as a demonstration or as a hands-on project, can do just that. Mobile Ed has a simple recipe for this classic chemistry experiment filled with ingredients you might already have in your classroom. Start amazing your students with this fascinating classroom experiment! 

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Classroom Science Activity: Tabletop Terrarium

Posted on Mon, Apr 18, 2022

Classroom Science Activity: Tabletop Terrarium

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Our educators love science and springtime, and we love bringing science to your classroom! Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. has a new science project for your classroom that will fascinate and educate your students at the same time: a pop-bottle terrarium. With this project, you can initiate discussions about ecosystems or use this project as a tool to discuss more complex concepts such as the water cycle and photosynthesis. 

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Fun Science Experiment: DIY Bouncy Balls

Posted on Mon, Mar 28, 2022

Science Experiment: DIY Bouncy Balls 

(Image from Babble Dabble Do)

 

Our educators are always looking for ways to bring safe science right to the hands of our students. This DIY science experiment has caught the attention of our educators by involving a classic toy: bouncy balls. Bouncy balls are a long-time favorite that bring endless fun. Our team at Mobile Ed Productions, Inc. has a way to turn a classic toy into an educational science experiment. 

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April Showers | Rainy Day Science Activity

Posted on Thu, Apr 5, 2018

It’s time to bid farewell to the snowflakes and get out our umbrellas -- spring is finally here! And as we all know, with April showers come May flowers...but where do those April showers come from, anyway?  We’re here to help you out with a quick refresher on the water cycle just in time to make the most of those rainy days -- along with a few activities to make the time go by faster!

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Building Up STEAM | DIY Activities and Experiments

Posted on Fri, Feb 2, 2018

Here are all seven videos in our Building Up STEAM series of DIY projects and activities for you and your kids, perfect for a rainy day, an in-school activity, or an after-school enrichment.  Make your own ice cream, levitate a ping pong ball, seemingly defy the laws of physics, and more!

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Music Maker | The Stations of STEAM

Posted on Wed, Oct 18, 2017

We're really putting the A in STEAM with the Music Maker!  This exhibit gets kids working together to create cool music without needing to know how to play an instrument.  Check it out!

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Build a Rocket | Fun Science Project

Posted on Tue, Jun 13, 2017

Here's a super fun project you can make this weekend!  Handy Dan the Junkyard Man and his sidekick Junkbot will show you how you can turn some common household items into an awesome rocket.  Watch this video to learn how to blast off into the atmosphere in no time!

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Programmable Robot | The Stations of STEAM

Posted on Mon, Dec 19, 2016

Another terrific robotics exhibit at the STEAM Museum features a classic robot that has been teaching kids the basics of programming logic for decades.  See how effective this robot from the 1980's will be with your modern students in this quick video.  If you've never programmed a robot before, this is the best place to start!

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Line Tracking Robots | The Stations of STEAM

Posted on Wed, Oct 19, 2016

We have several robotics exhibits at the STEAM Museum, including line tracking robots that work with tablet computers.  Kids of all ages can program these tiny robots not with lines of code, but with lines of color!  See how they work in this video.

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