The Attack on Pearl Harbor Webinar Series
Join us for a special two-part webinar series created in partnership with The National WWII Museum.
We invite students and families to learn how the “Day of Infamy” changed the lives of Americans as student reporters explore important historical sites all around Oahu. Participate in a live Q&A with The National WWII Museum and Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum educators.
Part One: The Attack on Pearl Harbor Webinar
Date & Time: Thursday, April 2 at 8:00 a.m. HST/1:00 p.m. CST
Lesson Plan: How Did Japan Attack Pearl Harbor?
Part Two: The Attack on Pearl Harbor Webinar
Date & Time: Friday, April 3 at 8:00 a.m. HST/1:00 p.m. CST
Lesson Plan: Media in WWII
These lesson plans include activities and challenges for your kids. Share their creations on Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #PearlHarborAtHome for a chance to be featured on our page!
Please visit The National WWII Museum’s Facebook page to participate!
Check out some of our online resources to help students better understand Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum’s connection to the history of Pearl Harbor and World War II.
This site displays the various wayside signs posted throughout the museum campus. Ford Island is historically significant for events from the early 1900s until today. The signs allow folks to develop a greater understanding and appreciation for our historic site.
The Ford Island Control Tower sits adjacent to the historic runway, and had a commanding view of the attack. It has been restored and now houses our library, administrative offices, and meeting space in the former aerological cab.
Our aircraft collection exemplifies key stories of WWII and beyond. This site describes the technical specifications of each aircraft, and provides some context for the importance to our story.