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Field Trip Planetarium Programs

 

 

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Planetarium Program Options

When choosing planetarium shows for your Bishop Museum Introductory Experience PLUS each show is $1 per student.

 

Watumull Planetarium Shows for School Groups

Stories Under the Stars

An introduction to the night sky featuring constellation stories from several different cultures.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.K.1.1 Use the senses to make observations.
SC.K.8.2 Identify different types of celestial objects seen in the day and night sky.
SC.2.1.1 Develop predictions based on observations.
SC.3.8.4 Describe that constellations stay the same, though they “appear” to move across the night sky.
Language Arts:
LA K.3.1 Retell familiar stories, using beginning, middle, and ending
Social Sciences:
SS.1.6.1 Describe ways in which own and other cultures express cultural beliefs and practices through stories and/or legends.

In My Backyard

A delightful tour of the night sky with cartoons and songs.

HCPS III– Benchmarks
Science:
SC.K.1.1 Use the senses to make observations.
SC.K.8.2 Identify different types of celestial objects seen in the day and night sky.
SC.3.8.3 Safely observe and describe the basic movements of the sun and moon.

Stories Under the Stars

An introduction to the night sky featuring constellation stories from several different cultures.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.K.1.1 Use the senses to make observations.
SC.K.8.2 Identify different types of celestial objects seen in the day and night sky.
SC.2.1.1 Develop predictions based on observations.
SC.3.8.4 Describe that constellations stay the same, though they “appear” to move across the night sky.
Language Arts:
LA K.3.1 Retell familiar stories, using beginning, middle, and ending
Social Sciences:
SS.1.6.1 Describe ways in which own and other cultures express cultural beliefs and practices through stories and/or legends.

In My Backyard

A delightful tour of the night sky with cartoons and songs.

HCPS III– Benchmarks
Science:
SC.K.1.1 Use the senses to make observations.
SC.K.8.2 Identify different types of celestial objects seen in the day and night sky.
SC.3.8.3 Safely observe and describe the basic movements of the sun and moon.

Stories Under the Stars

An introduction to the night sky featuring constellation stories from several different cultures.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.K.1.1 Use the senses to make observations.
SC.K.8.2 Identify different types of celestial objects seen in the day and night sky.
SC.2.1.1 Develop predictions based on observations.
SC.3.8.4 Describe that constellations stay the same, though they “appear” to move across the night sky.
Language Arts:
LA K.3.1 Retell familiar stories, using beginning, middle, and ending
Social Sciences:
SS.1.6.1 Describe ways in which own and other cultures express cultural beliefs and practices through stories and/or legends.

In My Backyard

A delightful tour of the night sky with cartoons and songs.

HCPS III– Benchmarks
Science:
SC.K.1.1 Use the senses to make observations.
SC.K.8.2 Identify different types of celestial objects seen in the day and night sky.
SC.3.8.3 Safely observe and describe the basic movements of the sun and moon.

Eyes on Island Earth

This new STEM program explores why Hawai‘i is a great place to learn about Earth system science and to discover how NASA satellites help us in our explorations of the planet.  Check out Part II of this program on our Science On a Sphere!

HCPS III– Benchmarks
Science:
SC.3.2.1 Describe ways technologies in fields such as agriculture, information, manufacturing, or communication have influenced society.
SC.3.6.3 Explain how light traveling in a straight line changes when it reaches and object.
SC.3.8.3 Safely observe and describe the basic movements of the sun and moon.
SC.4.2.1 Describe how the use of technology has influenced the economy, demography, and environment of Hawai‘i.
SC.4.7.1 Describe that the mass of Earth exerts a gravitational force on all objects.
SC.4.8.1 Describe how slow processes sometimes ahape and reshape the surface of the Earth.
SC.4.8.2 Describe how fast processes (e.g., volcanoes, earthquakes) sometimes ahape and reshape the surface of the Earth.
SC.4.8.3 Describe the relationship between the Sun and the Earth’s daily rotation and annual revolution.
SC.5.6.3 Compare what happens to light when it is reflected, refracted, and absorbed.
SC.5.8.1 Describe the relationship (size and distance) of Earth to other components of the solar system.
SC.5.8.3 Explain that the planets orbit the Sun and the moon orbits the Earth.
SC.5.8.4 Demonstrate that day and night are caused by the rotation of the Earth on its axis.

Eyes on Island Earth

This new STEM program explores why Hawai‘i is a great place to learn about Earth system science and to discover how NASA satellites help us in our explorations of the planet.  Check out Part II of this program on our Science On a Sphere!

HCPS III– Benchmarks
Science:
SC.3.2.1 Describe ways technologies in fields such as agriculture, information, manufacturing, or communication have influenced society.
SC.3.6.3 Explain how light traveling in a straight line changes when it reaches and object.
SC.3.8.3 Safely observe and describe the basic movements of the sun and moon.
SC.4.2.1 Describe how the use of technology has influenced the economy, demography, and environment of Hawai‘i.
SC.4.7.1 Describe that the mass of Earth exerts a gravitational force on all objects.
SC.4.8.1 Describe how slow processes sometimes ahape and reshape the surface of the Earth.
SC.4.8.2 Describe how fast processes (e.g., volcanoes, earthquakes) sometimes ahape and reshape the surface of the Earth.
SC.4.8.3 Describe the relationship between the Sun and the Earth’s daily rotation and annual revolution.
SC.5.6.3 Compare what happens to light when it is reflected, refracted, and absorbed.
SC.5.8.1 Describe the relationship (size and distance) of Earth to other components of the solar system.
SC.5.8.3 Explain that the planets orbit the Sun and the moon orbits the Earth.
SC.5.8.4 Demonstrate that day and night are caused by the rotation of the Earth on its axis.

Wayfinders: Waves, Winds, and Stars

Explorers of Polynesia, Wayfinders puts you on the deck of the voyaging canoe Hōkūle‘a as you explore traditional Polynesian navigation and find your way to Tahiti from Hawai‘i. Produced by Bishop Museum in collaboration with Polynesian Voyaging Society and 1001 Stories.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.4.2.1 Describe how the use of technology has influenced the economy, demographics and environment of Hawai‘i.
SC.6.2.1 Explain how technology has an impact on society and science.
Social Studies:
SS.4.3.1 Explain the origins and culture of early Hawaiians.
SS.4.3.4 Describe the theories of early migrations from parts of Polynesia to Hawaii, including migration myths and legends.
SS.4.7.1 Identify the major geographic characteristics and demographics of the pre-contact Hawaiian archipelago, including its relative location to other major land masses.

New Horizons

Find the planets in the current night sky and learn how they are different from the stars. Then take a tour of the planets through the solar system as seen by NASA spacecraft.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.5.8.1 Describe the relationship (size and distance) of Earth to other components in the solar system.
SC.8.8.10 Compare the characteristics and movement patterns of the planets in our solar system.

Sky Tonight/Space Update

Go on a tour of the current night sky. The program also includes an update on current space missions, depending on student readiness.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.4.8.3 Describe the relationship between the sun and the earth’s daily rotation and annual revolution.
SC.5.8.1 Describe the relationship (size and distance) of Earth to other components in the solar system.
SC.5.8.4 Demonstrate that day and night are caused by the rotation of the Earth on its axis.
SC.ES.2.4 Describe technologies used to collect information about the universe.

Eyes on Island Earth

This new STEM program explores why Hawai‘i is a great place to learn about Earth system science and to discover how NASA satellites help us in our explorations of the planet.  Check out Part II of this program on our Science On a Sphere!

HCPS III– Benchmarks
Science:
SC.3.2.1 Describe ways technologies in fields such as agriculture, information, manufacturing, or communication have influenced society.
SC.3.6.3 Explain how light traveling in a straight line changes when it reaches and object.
SC.3.8.3 Safely observe and describe the basic movements of the sun and moon.
SC.4.2.1 Describe how the use of technology has influenced the economy, demography, and environment of Hawai‘i.
SC.4.7.1 Describe that the mass of Earth exerts a gravitational force on all objects.
SC.4.8.1 Describe how slow processes sometimes ahape and reshape the surface of the Earth.
SC.4.8.2 Describe how fast processes (e.g., volcanoes, earthquakes) sometimes ahape and reshape the surface of the Earth.
SC.4.8.3 Describe the relationship between the Sun and the Earth’s daily rotation and annual revolution.
SC.5.6.3 Compare what happens to light when it is reflected, refracted, and absorbed.
SC.5.8.1 Describe the relationship (size and distance) of Earth to other components of the solar system.
SC.5.8.3 Explain that the planets orbit the Sun and the moon orbits the Earth.
SC.5.8.4 Demonstrate that day and night are caused by the rotation of the Earth on its axis.

Wayfinders: Waves, Winds, and Stars

Explorers of Polynesia, Wayfinders puts you on the deck of the voyaging canoe Hōkūle‘a as you explore traditional Polynesian navigation and find your way to Tahiti from Hawai‘i. Produced by Bishop Museum in collaboration with Polynesian Voyaging Society and 1001 Stories.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.4.2.1 Describe how the use of technology has influenced the economy, demographics and environment of Hawai‘i.
SC.6.2.1 Explain how technology has an impact on society and science.
Social Studies:
SS.4.3.1 Explain the origins and culture of early Hawaiians.
SS.4.3.4 Describe the theories of early migrations from parts of Polynesia to Hawaii, including migration myths and legends.
SS.4.7.1 Identify the major geographic characteristics and demographics of the pre-contact Hawaiian archipelago, including its relative location to other major land masses.

New Horizons

Find the planets in the current night sky and learn how they are different from the stars. Then take a tour of the planets through the solar system as seen by NASA spacecraft.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.5.8.1 Describe the relationship (size and distance) of Earth to other components in the solar system.
SC.8.8.10 Compare the characteristics and movement patterns of the planets in our solar system.

Sky Tonight/Space Update

Go on a tour of the current night sky. The program also includes an update on current space missions, depending on student readiness.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.4.8.3 Describe the relationship between the sun and the earth’s daily rotation and annual revolution.
SC.5.8.1 Describe the relationship (size and distance) of Earth to other components in the solar system.
SC.5.8.4 Demonstrate that day and night are caused by the rotation of the Earth on its axis.
SC.ES.2.4 Describe technologies used to collect information about the universe.

Wayfinders: Waves, Winds, and Stars

Explorers of Polynesia, Wayfinders puts you on the deck of the voyaging canoe Hōkūle‘a as you explore traditional Polynesian navigation and find your way to Tahiti from Hawai‘i. Produced by Bishop Museum in collaboration with Polynesian Voyaging Society and 1001 Stories.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.4.2.1 Describe how the use of technology has influenced the economy, demographics and environment of Hawai‘i.
SC.6.2.1 Explain how technology has an impact on society and science.
Social Studies:
SS.4.3.1 Explain the origins and culture of early Hawaiians.
SS.4.3.4 Describe the theories of early migrations from parts of Polynesia to Hawaii, including migration myths and legends.
SS.4.7.1 Identify the major geographic characteristics and demographics of the pre-contact Hawaiian archipelago, including its relative location to other major land masses.

New Horizons

Find the planets in the current night sky and learn how they are different from the stars. Then take a tour of the planets through the solar system as seen by NASA spacecraft.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.5.8.1 Describe the relationship (size and distance) of Earth to other components in the solar system.
SC.8.8.10 Compare the characteristics and movement patterns of the planets in our solar system.

Sky Tonight/Space Update

Go on a tour of the current night sky. The program also includes an update on current space missions, depending on student readiness.

HCPS III – Benchmarks
Science:
SC.4.8.3 Describe the relationship between the sun and the earth’s daily rotation and annual revolution.
SC.5.8.1 Describe the relationship (size and distance) of Earth to other components in the solar system.
SC.5.8.4 Demonstrate that day and night are caused by the rotation of the Earth on its axis.
SC.ES.2.4 Describe technologies used to collect information about the universe.

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