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Wet’n’Wild Hawaii combines education with FUN with our interactive school education program. Our Activity Trail program caters to all grade levels and can be tailored to each school group’s needs and curriculum.
A day at Wet’n’Wild encourages students to actively participate in the various rides and attractions. Through this interaction, they should gain the insight and knowledge necessary to respond to a series of cross-curricula challenges at their own ability level. You, the teacher, can become the tour guide by selecting appropriate attractions and activities to meet your curriculum needs and for students to demonstrate achievement of particular outcomes. The worksheet becomes data collection for students and samples of work indicative of each students ability.
How can a visit to a water park be educational?
A visit to a water park provides a creative environment that offers enjoyment, stimulation and socialization, while lessons or the activity trail challenges the thinking skills of the students through the introspection and reflection of their experiences. The relaxed environment motivates students to demonstrate and present curriculum-based skills through personal interpretation of set tasks.
We have a range of educational studies at the park that can assist with key curriculum topics including*:
• Learn how a wave is created
• Swimming Lessons
• First aid lesson
• Behind the scenes tour – how a water park works
• Our Self-Guided Activity Trail!
* Lessons available at extra cost
The Activity Trail
The Activity Trail can be tailored for any school group by the teacher to educate, entertain and inspire. Students and teachers are encouraged to participate in this innovative and interactive educational program which brings mathematics, physics and creativity to life in a unique environment where learning is strictly hands-on!
See Attractions Maintenance and our Operating Calendar for scheduled maintenance or park closures when planning your visit. Where possible, unforeseen closures are notified by signage at the front gate on the day of closure.