Yes! Smarty Pants is back to presenting his award-winning, nationally acclaimed science program, the Mousetrap Machine Science Show in elementary schools!
This STEM based program teaches elementary school students how simple machines work – in a fun, engaging program suitable for grades K-5.
This week, we kicked off the 2022-2023 school year with a visit to Valley View Elementary in McHenry, IL to rave reviews!
Interested in booking the Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly program for your school in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan or anywhere else? Get in touch today!
We’re back! If you’re looking for an engaging, educational and entertaining assembly program for your elementary school this year, don’t delay – book the Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly!
The Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly has been teaching elementary school students how simple machines work since 2007 – that’s over 15 (!) years of solid professional experience presenting school assemblies to rave reviews.
We do book up our schedule every year so don’t wait to book your date – get in touch and reserve your date!
After an extended pandemic hiatus, we are so glad to announce we are back to in-person science assembly presentations!
We do have some availability left to add your school to our assembly schedule for Spring 2022 so get in touch today to bring the Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly program to your school!
With Illinois schools still closed to in-person learning, we’ve on a (hopefully) temporary hiatus presenting the Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly to elementary school students.
We’re hoping to get back to presenting assemblies soon!
We are now booking the Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly program for the current 2019 – 2020 school year.
Get your booking in by October 15th 2019 and you can save 15% off our standard assembly fee!
You can book your assembly date anytime during the school year – you only have to get your paperwork in by Oct 15th to qualify for this substantial discount!
So don’t delay – contact us ASAP to bring the Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly to your school this year!
Smarty Pants recently presented the Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly for the great students in the Fremont School District in located in Mundelein, IL.
The school created a great highlight video for our science assembly – check out the video below!
Are you a PTO / PTA member or elementary school principal looking for a great science assembly for the ’18-’19 school year?
The Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly is now booking for the current school year!
Plus if you get your booking in by October 15th, you can save 15% off our standard assembly fee.
Our schedule books up fast, so don’t wait – give us a call at 773 562 6789 or email to email@example.com to book your assembly this year!
Did you know that the Mousetrap Machine Science Show has an official Facebook page?
Like us on Facebook and you can see photos from our latest shows, lots of news about the schools we’ve visited with our science assembly program and video highlights from our science presentation.
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By October, most elementary school PTA and PTO organizations are busy looking for great assembly ideas for their students.
Sure, there’s lots of websites out there – but how do you know what’s going to be a great program for your school in 2017 and 2018?
As a fellow parent as well as a school assembly presenter, I try to make the booking process as easy and efficient as possible to bring the Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly to your elementary school.
That’s why you can meet me – and learn more about the Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly – in person at the PTO Today Expo right outside Chicago in Oakbrook Terrace on October 19th.
I’ll be part of the PTO Today Expo – available to answer any of your questions in person, and provide more information on why the Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly is Illinois #1 science assembly (and why we are featured so often on WGN-TV’s morning news!)
It’s very inexpensive to register for the PTO Today Expo – and I hope to see you there!
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