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Keiki Whalewatch Programs
Our Keiki Whalewatch Program includes a customized, 75-minute whale watch and an optional one hour classroom program.
To request a field trip date, please click here.
Requested dates are tentative and will be confirmed by November 20, 2016.
Optional classroom program
No additional charge
Optional Classroom Presentations
We are in the process of making some exciting changes to our classroom program curriculum. Each classroom program is one hour long, and includes standards-based, grade-level appropriate, engaging activities for students. Our classroom programs can accommodate approximately 50-60 students at a time.
Please contact our Youth Education Specialist if you have questions regarding our classroom program content or activities at email@example.com or call (808) 856-8341.
Keiki Whalewatch Logistics: Please click the following link for more detailed information about our Keiki Whalewatch Program Logistics. If you have any questions, please contact our Youth Education Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 856-8341.
Scholarship Support: Pacific Whale Foundation's "No Child Left Indoors" Environmental Education Scholarship Fund helps to ensure that all children are able to enjoy outdoor environmental learning field trips and programs, regardless of their families' financial situation. Environmental educators state that the amount of time a child spends outdoors before age 11 plays a large role in determining if they will grow up to care about the environment. Environmental education ensures that children experience nature and learn to care about it. At Pacific Whale Foundation, we view it as critically important now, more than ever, for children to become involved in programs that allow them to experience the natural world. Please download our No Child Left Indoors Scholarship application and submit it to email@example.com.