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Hawaii 6 Day Schedule

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Transcript of Hawaii 6 Day Schedule

Tuesday
Flight at 7:00 a.m. (10 hour fight)
Arrive Waikiki: 3:00
Check into hotel at 4:00
Free time 4:00-6:00
6:00 Dinner
7:00 Hulu lessons on beach across the street from the hotel.
9:00 Back to hotel
Morning
Pearl Harbor
Explain the causes, effects, or impact of a given historical event in U.S. history
(H-1A-M3)
Afternoon
Hiking Manoa Valley State Park

Participate in physical activity a minimum of 20 minutes, three or more times
per week while staying in target heart rate.
4-M-1.2
Social Studies
and
PE
Wednesday's Activities
Thursday Morning
University of Hawaii's Lab School
Shadow Middle School Students
Math and ELA
Lunch at the Lab School
Thursday Afternoon
Social Studies
Dole Pineapple Plantation
Waimea Valley, Army Base (Schofield Barracks),
Kola Kola Pass and North Shore
Explain the causes, effects, or impact of a given
historical event in U.S. history
(H-1A-M3)
Lab School
Hawaii Trip

Dinner on your Own
Night Time - Science
Scavenger hunt around Island
Return at 9:00
(9:30 winners announced)
Record observations using methods that complement investigations (e.g., journals,
tables, charts) (SI-M-A3)
Lights Out
11:00
Wednesday Evening
Waikiki Historic Walking Tour.
Describe the causes, effects, or impact of a given historical development or event in
world civilizations (H-1A-M3)
Page 1
Parent Letter Page 2
Friday Morning
Hike Koko Head
Participate in, and log, new physical activities both during and outside of school for the purpose of improving skill and health.
3-M-2.2

Koko Head Crater
Stairway to Heaven
Friday Afternoon
Hawaiian Culture
Identify the powers of state government as defined in the Louisiana Constitution and
compare/contrast those powers to the powers of the federal government
(C-1A-M3)
State Capitol ‘Iolani Palace, Punchbowl Crater, Washington Place
King Kamehameha,
China Town
Wednesday
Common Core State Standards Connection
Social Studies
Physical Education
Explain the causes, effects, or impact of a given historical event in U.S. history (H-1A-M3)
Explain the causes, effects, or impact of a given historical event in U.S. history (H-1A-M3)
Participate in physical activity a minimum of 20 minutes, three or more times per week while staying in target heart rate.4-M-1.2
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Koko Head Crater Video:
Pearl Harbor Video:
Manoa Valley State Park: http://hawaiitrails.ehawaii.gov/trail.php?TrailID=OA+19+007
Historical Walking Tours: http://www.waikikihistorictrail.com/
Pictures
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Common Core State Standards Connection
Science
PE
Social Studies
Record observations using methods that complement investigations (e.g, journals, tables, charts) (SI-M-A3)
Participate in, and log, new physical activities both during and outside of school for the purpose of improving skill and health. (3-M-2.2)
Identify the powers of state government as defined in the Louisiana Constitution and compare/contrast those powers to the powers of the federal government (C-1A-M3)
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