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Something different. Something better.

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

Why?

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?

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CONTENT IS CUSTOMIZED GRADE BY GRADE, K-8

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.

STUDENTS RETAIN WHAT THEY LEARN

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