The Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly was featured as part of Marcus’ popular “Leshock Value” segment on WGN-TV’s morning news.
Check out the video below!
WGN Features Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly!
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!
For more information:
This summer, we presented the Mousetrap Machine Science Show at over 30 public libraries in Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan.
Here’s a short clip of the Mousetrap Machine finale at the New Buffalo Public Library, where five simple machines come together to catch a runaway mouse!
The Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly recently visited Brook Forest Elementary school, and the assembly program was featured on the school’s official Twitter feed:
Twitter is a great way for schools to communicate with parents and let them know all the exciting things their students are doing in school!
Thank you to Brook Forest for hosting our program!
Smarty Pants recently took a short break from the holiday season in Chicago to bring his Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly down to Texas, as a headline performer at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion annual Children’s Festival.
We performed our Mousetrap Machine Science Assembly in front of a sold out audience of over 4,000 elementary school students – our biggest audience ever!
Here’s a few snapshots of our performance: