Last time on Super Structures we showed you how incredibly strong an egg can be. This time, marvel at the strength a curve can provide. Check out this amazing demonstration that you Jr. Engineers can try yourself from the one and only Jasmine Blaise.Read More
Education Through Entertainment
New videos of our shows are now online!
Watch our awesome school assembly shows in action in these new HD trailers! From hands-on STEAM education to living history, these videos will let you know what your kids are missing out on.Read More
New trailers of our shows are now online!
Watch our awesome assemblies in action in these new HD trailers!Read More
What is STEAM Education?STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) education is a nationwide initiative that creates critical thinkers, increases science literacy, and enables the next generation of innovators. It is a synergestic approach to teaching the STEAM disciplines instead of isolating them as separate schools of thought. It is the next logical step in what the STEM initiative began by incorporating art to bring the right-brain into traditional scientific thinking.
We have been offering hands-on workshops with our educational assembly programs for almost as long as we've been offering assembly programs, but none of them give students the science museum experience like STEAM Museum. Here are three exhibits your kids are going to be talking about long after they've gone back to their classrooms.Read More
Yet another new living history character program tours with Mobile Ed - Thomas Jefferson!
In addition to George Washington and Teddy Roosevelt (just to metnion a few), professional historical impersonator Peter Small also portrays founding father Thomas Jefferson in a 45-minute educational assembly program for kids K-12. Read More
Another new living history program joins the Mobile Ed lineup - Teddy Roosevelt!
We have had numerous historical characters come through Mobile Ed over the years. Our time machine has allowed Thomas Edison, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Ben Franklin, Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, Mark Twain (and even Huckleberry Finn, if he counts) to visit tens of thousands of schools and institutions all over the country.
One character that's always been missing from our menu is Theodore Roosevelt, but not anymore!Now, thanks to experienced historical performer Peter Small, Teddy Roosevelt joins our lineup of professionall "living history" characters! We're very excited to be featuring another historical icon more off the beaten path than Abraham Lincoln, which while an excellent program, we realize many schools have already experienced and are looking for something new for this generation of students.Read More
We put the A in STEAM in this comprehensive update of our hit program
STEM Museum has only been on the road for two years and is already one of the most popular programs we have ever offered. Due to the demand, we created a second unit of the traveling museum...but we didn't stop there.
We went STEAM.Read More
History comes alive with Thomas Edison - now available in Califorina and the Pacific Northwest
Our Thomas Edison assembly program has been a mainstay in our lineup for years. Some of our very best performers have played the role of the world's greatest inventor including Joe French, Jim Tait, Ryan Thompson, Tom Swenson, Tom Johnson and more.
Now, Peter Small joins the list of world-class Thomas Edison performers! This veteran history performer also portrays George Washington, Teddy Roosevelt and Thomas Jefferson in school assemblies of their own. He will be playing Edison (and the other characters) in schools in California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Nedava, New Mexcio and Colorado, with other states to be announced.