THE GEOGRAPHY GAMESHOW
® Neal Nichols Jr. 1993-2012
Webmaster - Ken Patton
Mary Nelson, 3rd Grade Teacher - Station Avenue Elementary, South Yarmouth, MA
"...Our students came away from his performance with a renewed appreciation of learning, new study skills, and a new knowledge and love of world geography..."
6th Grade Teachers - Barnstable Horace Mann Charter School, Marstons Mills, MA
"...I believe his variety of presentations are excellent information and stimulation for students to learn more about the world they live in..."
Tricia Anderson, Parent Resource Coordinator - Mt. View Elementary, Anchorage, AK
"...the thrill of watching the world map appear line-by-line before their eyes, made a lasting impression on our students..."
Dr. Norm Eck, Superintendent - Northwest Arctic Borough School District, Kotzebue, AK
"...It would be beneficial to all students to be taught geography in this way..."
Shirley Ellisor, Ed. D., - Saint Mary's Hall, San Antonio, TX
"...it is a challenge to find an educator and/or performer who can relate to the various age groups. Mr Nichols proved to be quite adept at relating to the students on all levels..."
Karen Bonesteel, PTA President - Henry T. Wing School, Sandwich, MA
"...His program enforces study skills and makes geography interesting and fun to learn..."
Mary Blair, Arts-In-Education Services Coordinator - Madison-Oneida, Verona, NY
"...Our students always feel so proud when you teach them where the different states are and they are able to recall them..."
Heidi Nestved, Head Teacher - Upstate Cerebral Palsy, Utica, NY
"...Maps are highly abstract and in many instances it is hard to get students motivated in any way to study them...He was able...to keep them interested and engaged during his entire presentation..."
John A. Cote, Principal - Napaaqtugmiut School, Noatak, AK
"...It was a fantastic opportunity to have a visitor of your worldly travels bring some of the fascinating cultural and geographical tidbits of knowledge to our own greater understanding of this world..."
Ryan Griffith, 6th Grade Teacher - Henry Middle School, Cedar Park, TX