School History Shows, Assemblies & Workshops

Here is a list of School History Shows, Assemblies & Workshops. Browse our elementary, middle and high school History show providers. Inquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

American Pride

Celebrate the American spirit of innovation, discovery, and exploration with the AMERICAN PRIDE LASER SPECTACULAR, a dazzling musical and laser extravaganza that highlights some key historical events in American History. Program runs 40 minutes. $799 for one program;... > View Profile

Historical Characters of the Past

David Wolfe: Historical Presenter            Allow me to introduce myself; I am a historical presenter. I portray President Lincoln, President Washington, and Dr. Ben Franklin. I’ve had the honor and privilege to... > View Profile

Bottle Tree

This project is adapted from the freed slaves’ tradition of remembering their ancestors by creating memory bottles and hanging them in a nearby tree. Artist educators visit each class and help students fill a bottle with tributes and memories relating to their own... > View Profile

Amazing Inventions And Their Inventors. History Meets Science

Inventions have shaped our world, and we benefit from them daily. Where did they come from? Who invented them? What's next? In this fun, funny and thought-provoking program, Mr. Dennis looks at steam engines, silly putty, light bulbs, peanut butter, and other major... > View Profile

Helen Keller-Champion of the Disabled

The program is written from Helen's mind eye. The story is told on a taped voice over as Helen reenacts her full life from her childhood through her discovery of language when she was seven years old to the writing of her twelve books. She will show the children how she speaks... > View Profile

Mary Lincoln presented by Valerie Gugala

A Visit with Mrs. Lincoln (grade 5 and up) Mary Lincoln comes to life as presented by Valerie Gugala.  She sets the historical record straight as she takes listeners through her life as a young woman born into a wealthy Lexington, KY family, and the transformation she... > View Profile

Teddy Roosevelt - Our Conservation President

Teddy Roosevelt live brings our 26th President's amazing story to children of all ages.  Audiences love to learn about Roosevelt's lessons on being different, overcoming struggles, doing your best, accepting failure as part of learning and having a vision for... > View Profile

Creatures in Mythology

Creatures in Mythology, Culture and History concentrates on the reptiles in our collective consciences. The program, of course, is presented at the level of understanding of the children we are seeing. Some concepts maybe changed or omitted depending on the sophistication of out... > View Profile

Lenape school assemblies and workshops

Our award winning programming provides educational opportunities to learn about New Jersey's original Native people The Lenape / Delaware. Thru Living History assemblies, including workshop programs and teaching the "hands on" self reliance skills of the original native people... > View Profile

A Revolution of Her Own: Deborah Samson Gannett

A Revolution of Her Own: Deborah Samson Gannett (1762-1827) Deborah Samson Gannett, the first woman to enlist, to fight in, and to be honorably discharged from the American Military captivates audiences in an hour-long program chronicling her life. An indentured servant by... > View Profile

Living History Assemblies

LIVE OAKES EDUCATIONAL THEATER Award-Winning Living History assemblies. Enlightening Edu-tainment integrating the state standards since 1994. "The best assembly I've seen in 33 years of teaching."       - Teacher, Kennedy School Scripted Shows: A... > View Profile

Interactive Woodland

These school outreach programs are very interactive. Students are asked to participate in activities as we explore Native American life in the Northeast before European contact and during early European influences. The children are asked to pose in for their classmates, followed... > View Profile

Dolley Madison Remembers

Of the early First Ladies in the United States, Dolley Madison, wife of James Madison, fourth President of the United States, has been considered the most colorful. In her eight years in Washington, D.C.  (1809-1817), she made the President's Mansion a delightful place to visit.... > View Profile

Adventurous Pioneer

Amelia Earhart, Pioneer in Aviation: Take your students on a thrilling, fast-paced journey through the life of the adventurous pioneer (and one-time Massachussettsian) who in 1932 became the first woman, and only the second aviator, to pilot a plane across the Atlantic Ocean.... > View Profile

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