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Ke kiʻikuhi hua (bubble chart)
Ke kākau nei nā keiki i ko lākou manaʻo pili i ke mele ʻo Alulike. A laila kau lākou i nā pepili ma nā huʻa. Aia ka nīnau ma ka huʻa ma waena a aia nā manaʻo kikoʻī (lāliʻi) ma nā huʻa liʻiliʻi ma ka ʻaoʻao. Manaʻo nā keiki leʻaleʻa kēia hana! :)Uploaded Sep 21, 2016 by Ku'uwainani Eaton
The keiki are writing what they think about the song Alulike. Then they put their post-its on the bubble chart. The question is in the center bubble and their thoughts or ideas are in the smaller bubbles to the side. The keiki think that this activity is fun!
He aha kau hana me kou ʻohana?
ʻO kaʻu hana me koʻu ʻohana e nānā i nā nalu. Ua makemake mākou e heʻenalu no laila ua hele mākou e nānā i nā nalu. Hiki ke ʻike he kai piʻi a aia nā nalu i ʻō a ʻia neʻi. Aia nā kānaka e heʻenalu ana a e kaha nalu ana. ʻAʻole mākou i heʻenalu akā hauʻoli wau i kēia manawa me koʻu ʻohana.Uploaded Aug 10, 2018 by Ku'uwainani Eaton
No ke aha ʻaʻole ka ʻŌpeʻapeʻa ma ka hui manu?
ʻŌlelo kēia hui ʻaʻole ka ʻŌpeʻapeʻa ma ka hui manu no ka mea ʻaʻohe hulu. No laila hoʻāʻo lākou e pane piha i kēia nīnau me nā huaʻōlelo mai ka nīnau.Uploaded Nov 26, 2016 by Ku'uwainani Eaton
This group said that bats are not in the bird group because they do not have feathers. So they tried to answer the question completely by using the words from the question.
Our Future Is Bright! No Drugs In Sight!
A drug free message by Hauoli & KuhiUploaded Feb 15, 2016 to Counseling
Career Day - Nov. 2015
Slideshow of guest presenters.Uploaded Feb 17, 2016
No ke aha koʻikoʻi nā pihapiha i nā iʻa?
Ua kahakiʻi kēia hui i nā kiʻi e pili ana i nā mea koʻikoʻi o nā iʻa. A hiki i kēia mau keiki ke wehewehe no ke aha ua kahakiʻi lāua i kēia mau mea.Uploaded Nov 26, 2016 by Ku'uwainani Eaton
This group drew pictures about the importants things about fish. These keiki can also explain why they drew these things.
No ke aha aia ka Nahesa ma ka hui moʻohana?
Ke kōkua nei kēia mau keiki kekahi i kekahi e pane piha i kēia nīnau e pili ana i nā moʻohana a me ka nahesa. Ua hoʻohana lāua i nā huaʻōlelo mai ka nīnau e wehewehe moakāka.Uploaded Nov 26, 2016 by Ku'uwainani Eaton
These keiki are helping each other to answer this question about reptiles and snakes. They used the words from the question to write a clear explanation.
No ke aha loaʻa nā pepeʻekua i ka ʻili pulu?
Ua wehewehe kēia hui i ko lākou manaʻo e pili ana i nā pepeʻekua a no ke aha loaʻa ka ʻili pulu i kēia ʻano holoholona e like me ka poloka. Hoihoi loa ko lākou manaʻo!Uploaded Nov 26, 2016 by Ku'uwainani Eaton
This group explained their thoughts about why amphibians have wet skin, like frogs. They have interesting ideas!
- 3:27 Read Across Waiau - March 2, 2016 Uploaded Mar 08, 2016
Ka Manō Kupaianaha!
Ke huli a kamaʻilio nei kēia mau keiki e pili ana i nā manō kupaianaha.Uploaded Jan 03, 2017 by Ku'uwainani Eaton
A ke ʻōlelo nei lākou i nā māmala ʻōlelo piha.
(These keiki are "Turning & Talking" about extraordinary sharks. They are speaking using complete sentences.)