“I have two favorite assembly shows, Doug Scheer’s Adventures in Reading, and Doug Scheer’s Adventures in Reading. When I see it a third time I’ll have three favorite assembly shows.”– Ann Kalec, former principal, Coolidge Elementary, Livonia, Michigan
I’m willing to bet you heard The Alphabet Song over and over again when you were getting your diaper changed. Of course you don’t remember. How could you? But I’m sure you remember singing that song to your kids when they were babies too.
It all starts with the alphabet. It’s one of the first things you learn when you’re learning to read. Without your ABC’s there would be no words. No sentences. No books.
The Adventures in Reading assembly show is 45 minutes of reading and language arts fun based -not on books like so many March is Reading Month Assembly shows – but rather on reading, from the alphabet, all the way through nouns, verbs, and adjectives. I know this doesn’t exactly sound like an elementary reading show anyone would get excited about, but just look at this review I received from Meadowlawn Elementary after presenting the Adventures in Reading assembly:
“Doug Scheer is not only talented, but extremely professional! We have had him present at our school for the past several years…sometimes a couple of times a year! Every single show has been entertaining, informative, interactive, appropriate, and engaging. Teachers love his approach to engaging the kids and reinforcing all of the lessons/skills/behaviors that we work on throughout the school year. Doug Scheer is truly the BEST out there, and I couldn’t recommend him highly enough!”– Julie Brill, teacher, Meadowlawn Elementary, Kentwood, Michigan
When you’re ready to schedule a dynamic school assembly show for your elementary call me, Doug Scheer, at (248) 891-1900 and we will find a date that’s best for you. Or click the button below and more information will be emailed to you immediately.
“You were amazing… The Executive Director of Elementary Education was in the audience and she loved what you were doing. She wants to recommend that all schools use you next year. WOOT WOOT.
Thank you for sharing the passion of reading with our Bowen community!”– Mary Campione, Principal, Bowen Elem, Kentwood MI
Grade level appropriate lessons packed with surprises and fun!
These lessons reinforce what students learn in class in a way you’ve never seen before. It’s a high-energy reading adventure hosted by me, Doug Scheer, as camp counselor character Ed Venture and my python-boa-constrictor-cobra-coral-mountain snake (don’t worry, it’s not real). Adventures in Reading not only motivates students to read and emphasizes the benefits of books but it also turns language arts lessons into stunts, games and outrageous fun that your principal and teachers will love.
“The feedback our office has received as a result of your 14 performances has been nothing short of overwhelming. We are going to have a very hard time topping this presentation next year. Thank you for making us look so good!”– Alison Hendry, Executive Director, Birmingham Education Foundation, MI
March is Reading Month and you’ve already had authors and “Reading is Magic” shows come to your school, so now is the time to get something new and proven to be a winner with thousands of teachers and hundreds of principals.
Celebrate reading with a show that really is about reading and language arts. Popular throughout Michigan as a school show that takes students on a wild reading campout adventure, we spend most of March in Michigan for Reading Month but this show is also available year-round. It’s a magic of reading show that teachers are calling the best assembly show they’ve ever seen:
I set up this assembly for our March is Reading month kick off. Teachers were raving about it being the best assembly they’ve ever seen! I sincerely hope we have the funds to have this back again next year. I can’t recommend these assemblies enough!
-Kristen Black, Librarian Carkenord Elementary, Chesterfield Twp, MI
Call today at (248) 891-1900 or click the instant quote button and we can work together to get your school on the schedule.