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Something different. Something better.

Magic is the perfect teaching tool. It's a great way to make educational content compelling.


Two thirds of students are visual learners—they're wired to respond better to a visual medium like magic than to a classroom lecture. Magic in the Classroom assemblies are riveting—and they provide a fantastically fun learning experience.

Magician Scott Green writes, produces, directs and performs all Magic in the Classroom assemblies. Scott is a nationally renowned family entertainer and TV star who uses amazing magic to captivate your students and teach them about important subjects.



Why do schools love Magic in the Classroom?



If you have separate assemblies for different grade levels, you'll see that the content and presentation changes between shows to keep everything age appropriate.


Magic in the Classroom assemblies are designed to create memorable moments that help students retain what they've learned long after the presentation is over.

the Educational content is guided by experts

You'll get an assembly that teaches the stuff your students should learn. Magic in the Classroom assemblies are designed in collaboration with experts like librarians, dietitians, the USDA, the SPLC and ADL, among others. Magic is fun, and the assemblies are packed with amazing moments and lots of laughter, but performing for your students is serious business.

Students have an unbelievably fun time

The educational content is the most important thing, but your students will love these assemblies. The magic is amazing, the lessons are interactive and the school-appropriate humor is hysterically funny.

The assemblies really are amazing

Your school will be the next to learn what hundreds of others already know—Magic in the Classroom is the real deal. That's why so many schools book year after year.


Educational entertainment that inspires your students.
— Dr. Jo Amburgey, Principal
Showed great skill in managing a large crowd.
— Andy Bake, Associate Principal
Engaging and fun for students of all ages.
— Christi Sosin, Assistant Principal
A great educational experience.
— Debra Ciaccio, Principal

Available Assemblies

To teach empathy and demonstrate how bullying victims can feel, this seventh grader is suddenly unable to lift a small cardboard box.

To teach empathy and demonstrate how bullying victims can feel, this seventh grader is suddenly unable to lift a small cardboard box.

The BLAST Bullying Magic Show


Students learn actionable steps to prevent and stop bullying in your school.

They'll learn:

  • How to identify bullying behavior

  • The five steps bystanders can take to help victims of bullying

  • How to stand up for themselves constructively

  • Empathy skills

  • And more

With curriculum culled from the SPLC's Teaching Tolerance; the ADL's World of Tolerance; the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the National Crime Prevention Center, this is one bullying program that gets messaging right.

The program is adjusted to be age-appropriate for any group. For younger grade levels, the emphasis is on building empathy. For older grades, the emphasis is on personal responsibility.

Help your students learn these essential skills in a way they'll enjoy and remember. Book this great assembly today.



"I just wanted to write you a note thanking you for your performance today at Scullen Middle School. Our students were incredibly engaged and I truly believe that they were able to hear your message of kindness because you were able stimulate their minds through magic during your delivery. You were also able to differentiate your delivery and adjust it to the maturity level of your audience. The 6th, 7th, and 8th graders all received the same message, but you were able to present it to them at their varying maturity levels."

Scott Loughrige, Assistant Principal, Scullen Middle School (Naperville, IL)


A simple magic trick helps students dive into the world of non-fiction books.

A simple magic trick helps students dive into the world of non-fiction books.

The Magic Library

Make reading exciting.

Students learn library and literacy skills and are inspired to read for pleasure.

They'll learn:

  • That mystery books make for interactive reading, through a trick where teachers become suspects in a magical Encyclopedia Brown story

  • The fun of fantasy books, through a Roald Dahl story brought to life with two students and a little magic

  • How much knowledge is hiding in biographies, through the story of Abraham Lincoln retold with a student volunteer and total audience participation

  • What happens when they discover a book they love

  • And more


Students will laugh until their sides hurt, participate from start to finish and witness feats of mind-bending magic.

And with a little help from Harry Potter, one student will be selected to float in the air...

45 minutes; for grades K-8

Through magic I demonstrate the importance of eating a nutritious daily breakfast.

Through magic I demonstrate the importance of eating a nutritious daily breakfast.

The MyPlate Magic Show


Students are empowered to take control of their diets with essential, age-appropriate nutritional concepts.

They'll learn:

  • How to use MyPlate food groups

  • To identify foods likely to be high in sugar

  • The importance of breakfast

  • How to read nutrition labels

  • And more

Everybody will participate, everybody will laugh, and everybody will wonder at amazing feats of magic. 

Because The MyPlate Magic Show was developed in partnership with the USDA, and co-written with a dietitian, the educational content is right on target. Students learn the material so well that by the end of the show, they're teaching the material back to Scott.


The Selbit Blocks were invented by the same guy who created the sawing-a-woman-in-half trick.

The Selbit Blocks were invented by the same guy who created the sawing-a-woman-in-half trick.

The History of Magic

make the arts come alive.

Students take a walk through history through the lens of magic, learning about the development of a millennia-old art form.

They'll see and learn about:

  • The modern-day intersection of engineering, technology and magic

  • A trick so powerful it quelled an insurrection in colonial Africa

  • The type of magic that destroyed the friendship of Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

  • The oldest magic trick in the world, from antiquity

  • And more

Even your most jaded middle school and junior high students will be on the edges of their seats. Everyone will discover with a newfound appreciation for the arts, and be curious to learn more about the historical periods and personalities brought to life during the performance. 

It's a whole different kind of cultural arts enrichment - and, you'll agree, a whole better kind.


Through magic, students learn how their senses can deceive them and how to guard against unreliable information.

Through magic, students learn how their senses can deceive them and how to guard against unreliable information.

Don’t Trust Your Eyes

Create better information consumption habits.

Students experience first-hand the way our own senses can be used to convince us of things that aren’t true, critical awarenesses to have in modern society.

They'll learn:

  • How to tell information from disinformation

  • Six questions to help determine whether a news source is legitimate

  • The inherent biases that affect us all—and how to work around them

  • And more essential 21st century skills

Nobody will believe their eyes—and that’s the point. Your middle and junior grade students are vulnerable to misinformation and this assembly is full of magic and illusions that demonstrate undeniable gaps in their perception.

And best of all, your students will really use what they learn in this assembly to critically evaluate what they read—in school and beyond.



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Family Night Magic Shows

This is the best family night magic show, full stop.

Students have a great time. But adults have just as much fun with this amazing show full of surprises and mind-blowing magic that's really, really funny.

If you've seen other family night magic shows before, you probably think they're just for the children. But Scott Green literally wrote the book on performing magic for all-ages audiences, Excellence in Family Magic. He's renowned nationally in the magic world specifically because his shows entertain children and adults together.

#1 on Yelp and a staple on Chicago television, Scott is simply a cut above. This is the family night show your school will be raving about for years.

Pair one of Scott's family magic shows with assemblies and two great things happen: first, attendance at the after-school event spikes as students drag their parents to see the funny magician from school today; and two, you'll get a great discount.

You can have Scott for your school's family night - or you can settle for someone who merely read his book.

45 minutes; for all ages

available for family events or during the school day

Don't wait - get in touch today for more information and to book one of these great assemblies for your school.

Call (847) 361-0924 or e-mail

About Scott Green

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Magician Scott Green conceives, writes, directs, produces and performs all Magic in the Classroom assemblies.

A leader in his industry, Scott has sold performance rights to numerous original effects across the globe. He's a featured lecturer at magicians' conferences and the author of a best-selling magic book, Excellence in Family Magic. He's also a national award-winning comedy writer. 

Scott's educational background was in a different field entirely—he graduated law school and passed the bar, but decided his passion was in bringing educational entertainment to children and became a full-time professional performer.

Millions have seen Scott perform magic—at schools, libraries and private events; plus regularly on Chicago television, and occasionally on national TV.

Scott lives in Chicago's Lincoln Square neighborhood with his wife and two young children. An avid game show fan, he's been a contestant on "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" and "The Price Is Right."




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