This week is Spring Break for many of our island’s students. Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum offers a great opportunity to learn from America’s Greatest Generation, while still being STEM-focused and family oriented. Come and visit MathAlive at the Aviation Museum, fun for the young, and the young at heart!
MathAlive is a 4,000 square foot exhibit housed in the Raytheon Pavilion between the Museum’s two historic hangars. In this exhibit you will be able to challenge others in a downhill snowboard race, edit your own animated movie, take a 360 degree selfie, create an original score as a music producer, and control NASA’s latest Mars rover – all at Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum!
This travelling exhibit has drawn record-breaking crowds across the U.S. and is only here for a few short months, leaving in August 2019. MathAlive was created in direct response to the larger need to improve math proficiency among students and inspire kids to explore and pursue STEM careers. Each interactive station presents different types and levels of math, so students at different grade levels will find the entire experience applicable and supportive to what they are learning in the classroom.
Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization. Its mission is to steward America’s first aviation battlefield of World War II sharing the artifacts, personal stories, the impact and response to the December 7, 1941 attack and the pacific region battles that followed, honoring those who have defended our freedom so they might educate and inspire future generations. Contact: 808-441-1000; Marketing@PearlHarborAviationMuseum.org