Virtual Big Lava & Volcanoes Experience
Paradise Helicopters is proud to present an hour-long educational and awe-inspiring interactive virtual class!
Witness the spectacular lava flows caught on camera, showcasing the disruption and creation of land on the Big Island of Hawai’i. This educational experience includes access to footage shot by award-winning videographers of the historic 2018 Kilauea Volcano eruption as well as present-day footage of the volcano, live narration provided by the actual pilots who’ve flown over the active eruptions and a local nature photographer who documented the eruption. Our critical thinking worksheets work in tandem with the video to engage students and help with learning retention. We also provide a list of links to learn more about the topics covered in the virtual field trip.
First-Hand Accounts Combined With Educational Commentary
History and science come alive through video and the story-telling and first hand accounts shared by our educational hosts.
Curriculum Tailored to the Following Grades
Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM – 5:00 PM Hawai’i Standard Time
All students and participants who join our virtual educational session will be able to interact live with our guide as together we explore the Island of Hawai’i from the air. Participants do not need to join any platform or set up any accounts. The participants will need a viewing device with an internet connection, speakers or earphones (computer, tablet, or phone). Participants with audio input or a microphone can participate in discussions and ask questions verbally and those without audio input may type to ask questions.
Time & Cost
- Virtual Flight: 45 min
- Pre & Post Q&A: 15 min
- Total Class Duration: 1 Hour
- Cost per class: $1,500
Let’s Get Things Flowing – Contact Us Today
- By Phone: (808) 657-6503
- By Email: [email protected]
Inspire Essential Understanding
Do you want students to witness the creation of new land from the view of a helicopter?
Show students what happens when the lava meets the ocean!
Give students a closer look at lava then and now.