Hey, I was in the "Pictures of the Year" in the Sequim Gazette!
Monthly Archives: April 2011
I first began doing my Science Magic school assembly program in 1997. I developed it for libraries and presented it for dozens of branches of the King County Library System. It was really well-received and I enjoyed doing it. (Science … Continue reading
Remember WASL (Washington Assessment of Student Learning) test? The new test for Washington state students in grades 3-8 is the Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) test. The name of the MSP conveys the goal of the test: to measure student … Continue reading
This is the sixth article in an 9-part series with tips on planning, producing, and paying for your school assembly program. The complete School Assembly Handbook will be available online at my website for educational school assemblies. Introduce your presenter. … Continue reading
The summer of 2005 I was performing for the Steilacoom Library and afterwards one of the parents introduced himself as the principal of a local elementary school and wanted my business card. The following year I visited Oakbrook Elementary with … Continue reading
Here are a couple of great teacher reviews from my recent Science Magic visits to local schools. “Daniel Bagley Elementary was inspired for days after seeing your performance. The way you combined science and magic was entertaining and educational for … Continue reading