Elementary math school assembly grabs attention of students and sparks their imaginations.
In-Person School Assembly!Age Range: K-6
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Be a Math Superhero! Imagine learning math from a Superhero… What do you get when all the fun stuff that’s included with a TV game show—zany games, super cool stunts and hilarious jokes—combines with K-6th grade math terms and lessons? You get “Superhero Math,” an elementary math school assembly that will grab your students’ attention and spark their imaginations.
In this Math School Assembly for Elementary Schools, your K-6 students will meet an actual Superhero who shrinks down to just eight inches tall as your students participate in measurement games. The spandex-wearing Superhero will also divide into ninths as your students learn about fractions. Finally, this funny superhero sidekick will geometrically vanish into a shape-filled puzzle!
Plus, after 14 students participate live in front of the entire audience, every student in the crowd will take home a super-secret instruction sheet. Using this set of instructions and the fun math lessons they learned, students will have the ability to show their families that the actual mathematics superhero is living with them!
Jammed with Learning…For Younger Students: Patterns, shapes, topological puzzles | Odd and even numbers | Sorting and estimating | Standard and non-standard forms of measurement | Introduction to fractions
For Older Students: Area, volume, and perimeter | Probability, possibility and odds | Fractions and symmetry | Simple logic and reasoning | Tangrams and geometry | Mental math
Superhero Math In-Person Set-up
Audience: K-6 Capacity: 400 in-person
Presentation Time: 45 minutes
Set-Up Time: 45 minutes. Please ensure performance space is clear and empty of classes during set-up time.
Take-Down Time: 30 minutes
Presentation Area: Brightly lit performance space; minimum area of 8 ft. x 20 ft. Performance space can be stage or floor-level; floor level is preferred. If performance space is floor level, please seat students on the floor and not in chairs. If the performance area is a stage, please make sure there are stairs for easy volunteer access to the performance area.
Assembly Requirements: One large table. Depending on your location, you may be asked to provide a PA system with RCA-jack input. Nearby electrical outlet or extension cord.
Be a Math Superhero!
Imagine learning math from a Superhero… What do you get when all the fun of a Nickelodeon TV game show – the crazy games, the wacky stunts and the outrageous antics – collides with elementary math terms and lessons? You get “Superhero Math,” the most ambitious assembly show ever to capture your students’ interests and ignite their imaginations.
Capture Students Interest and Ignite their Imagination
Students meet a real-life Superhero who shrinks to 8″ tall as they participate in measurement games, divides into ninths as they hear about fractions and then geometrically vanishes into a shape-filled puzzle! Plus, after 14 kids participate on stage, everyone takes home top-secret instruction sheets so they can prove to their families that the real math superhero is living under their roof.
Jammed with Learning!
For Younger Students: | Patterns, shapes, topological puzzles | Odd & even numbers | Sorting & estimating | Standard & non-standard forms of measurement | Introduction to fractions. For Older Students: Area, volume & perimeter | Probability, possibility and odds | Fractions and symmetry | Simple logic & reasoning | Tangrams and geometry | Mental math
Awesome show! Doug and his assistant had our children captivated with the tricks. Great math lessons as well. Brought the concepts to life! Wonderful presenter!
Leslie Carder – Principal
Fun, engaging and educational! Props were brightly colored and performer was enthusiastic and professional.
Val Mcelaney – Enrichment Coor.
Doug is a wonderful presenter. He engages both the students and staff. His message is still being talked about and referenced in the classrooms. Exceptional – I would highly recommend this show!!!!
Patricia Sotero – Principal
Center Street ES
Doug Scheer did an excellent job. He was on time, efficient, and the students enjoyed a positive and fun learning experience.
Mike Keelan – Assistant Principal
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