Scott Obermann’s assembly was great! The magic definitely caught the student’s attention and the message about reading and the books that connected with the content area of archeology aligned with informational text standards. Scott connects well with the students and engages them visually and through questions.
Thank you for putting on two AMAZING shows! I heard nothing but positive remarks from everyone in attendance . You did a fantastic job, and everyone could tell you put a lot of work into your show. Thanks again, I'm sure I'll be in contact with you next year about coming back as well! Thanks!
Scott:... I want to thank you for putting on an excellent show for our Family Reading Night. The parents and students loved it!!! You were very personable and sent a great message to our kids about dreaming big. I would love to contact you again in the future and will definitely be recommending you to other schools in the area. Thanks again.
Scott, The children had a wonderful time. My two girls could not stop chatting about everything that happened. Mr. Ehling our principle was very pleased as well. Thank you so much for the wonderful impact you have had on our school.
Thank you for putting on a great show. It was a huge success and the highest attended Carnival we have ever had! Thanks again,
I just wanted to take a moment and tell you what an amazing job you did at our school! I received so many compliments on your show already from parents and kids alike. You were great to work with and fun for all! Thank you so much for being a part of our schools largest fundraiser. You are the best!
We recently had the pleasure of experiencing Scott Obermann's assembly program titled "Clue Into Your World." Scott was very entertaining while educating students about geography, libraries, books, maps, flags, and countries. I've never seen our sixth graders so focused on a "magical" presenter before! From the Abraham Lincoln portrait to audience participation, our K-6 students were glued to the program! Scott responded very well to students' reactions and answers to his questions.
Teachers and students commented on the high quality of the the show that was presented.
"Thanks Scott for coming out to our school for your assembly "Magic of Dreaming Big." ... The students absolutely loved your program. I enjoyed watching their reactions as they laughed so hard. The students were thinking about the questions you asked and were eager to participate. The message was great regarding making choices today to make your one life the best it can be. It is up to each and every one of us to "make it a marvelous day!"
"Everyone commented it was a great entertainment for the day and you were very well liked! We will definitely keep you in mind again and tell others. Thank you for making the day be special with your magic and encouraging words."
"Great Scott, the Magical Entertainer came to MMSA on Feb 1st, where students experienced a message of Dream Big and we only have one life to live. This show motivated kids in two areas Reading and Goal Setting.They were also entertained with music, magic, and books to read. The students love to see magic right before their eyes. The show was wonderful,the kids had a great time!"
This world is in need of people with strong character. People who can hammer out differences and drill down to the core of a problem. People who can do the heavy lifting of being honest and trustworthy. If we want to build a better world, then this next generation needs to be equipped with the tools to do that. Its going to take women and men of character. And that's what this program is about.
Character Construction is a unique and high energy show for school assemblies. It brings a positive message that highlights the 6 pillars of character. Trust, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship while assisting every student in defining these six character traits for themselves. Using magic and some ventriloquism combined with plenty of audience interaction and participation, students actually get involved in the program. Some are invited to help out directly -- others help right from their seats. Scott asks questions throughout the program to ensure students are actively listening and thinking about the information being presented.
Kids love construction, and they love magic. They love having fun. But the Character Construction school assembly program merges all of this and infuses learning into the fun. The result is a fantastic, high-impact show for elementary students that not only captures their attention, but leaves them with a fresh understanding of what having great character means.
Looking to get your students excited about reading? Here's a program that does that and helps kids learn about geography.
Everyone loves a mystery. This educational show for kids will keep them captivated from start to finish. The show starts with the mysterious disappearance of some magic tricks.The only clue -- they've been hidden somewhere in the world. And that's a big place! With that premise, Inspector Great Scott from the MBI (Magical Bureau of Investigation) will enlist the help and critical thinking skills of students in this magical mystery tour of the world. This program promotes reading and library use as it reinforces key elements in your school's geography curriculum. Maps, various countries, types of terrain, national symbols, history-- all taught using magic, music, and ventriloquism.
A fun-loving dog (puppet) named Chauncey will delight students with his antics. The children will also remember "meeting" Abraham Lincoln (in a very unusual and funny manner) and learning some interesting facts about his life. They'll leave, knowing more about the role of geography and history. Plus, they'll have a better understanding of where to go for more information -- the library.
All of this combines to make an educationally significant program that children will both enjoy and learn from.
A program of encouragement
Geared for children ages k4 through 8th grade! It's been said that a country's greatest resource is its children. After all, they are the future leaders, movers and shakers. With that in mind, this program is designed to motivate kids in two areas -- Reading and Goal Setting. Leaders are readers. And we need good leaders.
Fun, Entertaining, Educational, and Motivational – That sums up this program. This is a one-man variety show featuring magic, ventriloquism, puppets, appropriate mood-setting music and tons of audience involvement. Throughout the program children are encouraged to dream about their future -- think about what they might do with their lives. After all, we only get one life so let's make it count! Set goals, think about your future and dare to dream of something great for your life.
Also infused within the program is the idea that reading is connected to this processes of dreaming big. Books are the gate to the imagination and to learning. They help us think about possibilities for our own lives and for others. So, with subtle, repetitive references to reading and books, Scott presents the reading message.
The climax of this show is a wonderful message about being the best person we can be. Scott presents the idea that lifting others up and helping them be their best is a goal that is both laudable and worthy of our effort.
Designed for Kindergarten through 6th grade
Think Indiana Jones meets elementary school teacher for this program which combines educational content about history, and archeology with a wonderfully engaging use of magic and ventriloquism to capture the attention and imagination of your students. Reading motivation is a key component. Several books relating to archeology and history are used and referenced during the program. Students are encouraged to learn more by reading books from their library.
This is a highly interactive program as well. Students are constantly asked questions and invited to offer their input throughout. Several students are welcomed 'on stage' to assist in the presentation.
An assembly program that works on many levels and touches many disciplines. Reading motivation, Archeology, Science, History -- it's all there -- wrapped up in a program that will keep your students interested and fully engaged the entire time. They enjoy and are drawn in by the magic and ventriloquism while at the same time they are asked to think about history, and their place in it. The final minutes are inspirational and thought provoking -- leaving the students with a message that challenges them to take seriously the decisions they make and the actions they take every day.
History like you've never experienced it. Magic & ventriloquism combine with plenty of humor, student interaction and participation in this fun-tastic, factual, hysterically historical look at heroes from America. Forget super-heroes, these are real-life Americans who did extraordinary things. Throughout this program, we'll have students assist –up front, in costume or right from their seats. Appropriate mood setting music and books are used. A Custom backdrop and sound system set the stage for a theater-like event.
This program explores, in brief, the major accomplishments of several Americans who have distinguished themselves through acts of courage or outstanding achievement. People like Amelia Earhart, the Wright Brothers, Neal Armstrong, Abraham Lincoln, Harriet Tubman, Thomas Edison and of course Harry Houdini will be the subject of the program. We'll not only talk about them, but point students to books written especially about each person. All of this will tie together with illusions or ventriloquist skits designed to get the kids involved and peak their interest to know more about these amazing American heroes.
But beyond this, students are challenged to think about the decisions they make every day. They are left with the reminder that every decision they make and every action they take -- matters. Not just for today and not just for them.
Eating right is serious business for students needing to learn. This show provides a fun way to reinforce making the right food and excercise choices.
We use the MyPlate paradigm to demonstrate which foods are needed and in what quantities. After all, its important to know what we are fueling our bodies with.
And as long as we are learning -- let's have some fun too!
Wisconsin, Illinois, Minnesota, Iowa, Michigan, South Dakota Educational School Show Specialist
Will travel throughout the Midwest (Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin, South Dakota)
School Assemblies (Lyceum), Libraries, Education and Entertainment Scott presents school shows for all-school assemblies or lyceum that are both entertaining and educational. Reading, Nutrition, Character Building, and Geography are the topics covered in the various shows available. Scott also has a show designed for Christian schools that incorporates faith.
Scott's educational background as well as his work and recreational background have given him a wonderul foundation to work from. He combines a fun personality, enthusiasm for the topic, and an energetic style with his inate ability to entertain an audience of any age. Children love his antics, and teachers love the way he interacts with the students during his show.
“As a 15 year administrator, I would rank Scott as one of the best. People of all ages will enjoy the ‘gift of amazing talent’ that he brings. You will NOT be disappointed.”
Bruce Regan, Country Christian School
Using his skills as an illusionist or 'magician' and ventriloquist, Scott will grab the attention of the students and engage them in the act of learning. Fun games, puppets magic tricks or music are the tools used to capture the students attention. The teaching is fun, fast-paced, and full of imagery-- involving as many senses as possible to maximize the learning and retention of key concepts.
Gifford Elementary - Racine, Milwaukee College Prep, Graham Elementary -- Naperville, Dodge Center Elementary-MN, Whitehead Elementary, Rockford, James Madison Elementary - Sheboygan, Grant School, Colby Elementary, Iola-Scandanavia Elementary, Waupaca Learning Center, Footville Elementary, Ruether High -- Kenosha , View School - Milwaukee, Stone Bank, Williams Bay Elementary, Long Fellow School - Milwaukee, St Monica's -- Whitefish Bay, Heritage Christian School, Lake Country Christian Academy, Durand Elementary, Mokena Elementary, St Dominick -- Brookfield, St Patrick's Catholic Elementary, Washington Elementary -- Stevens Point, Milwaukee Sign Language School, Fountain City Elementary, Prairie View Elementary -- East Troy, Our Redeemer Lutheran, Parklawn Christian Leadership Academy, Craig Montessouri - Milwaukee, Cuba City Elementary, Manawa Elementary,
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