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We use SLANT to help us learn. See two student lead the class in SLANT.Uploaded Aug 23, 2017 by Kirstie Kane Akana
Kākoʻo Haʻawina - Holo Mokuna 1
He wikiō kēia no nā mākua wale nō. ʻAʻole no nā keiki. Mahalo!Uploaded Aug 21, 2017 by Kanoe Gowan
- 7:01 Spring Program 21st century 2017 Uploaded Jun 26, 2017 by Māhealani Barbieto to 21st Century Grant
Students combined 2 or more substances to see if it formed a physical change or a chemical change.Uploaded Apr 30, 2017 by Kirstie Kane Akana
Team bonding activity
Students had to work together to move the ball from one spot to another without touching the ball.Uploaded Apr 30, 2017 by Kirstie Kane Akana
- 2:23 Fun in the sun Uploaded Apr 30, 2017 by Kirstie Kane Akana
Huakaʻi ma Kalaeloa
Ma ka wā hoʻomaha kupulau ua huakaʻi wau me koʻu ʻohana ma Kalaeloa. Ua hele wāwae mākou ma ke kahakai a me nā pōhaku. ʻIke ʻoukou i nā kumulāʻau a me ka mauʻu lōʻihi? Pono e ʻakahele no ka mea aia nā kukū ma ka ʻāina! Ma kekahi ʻaoʻao aia nā nalu a me ka limu. Ma ka ʻaoʻao ʻē aʻe aia nā nalu a me nā pāpaʻi. ʻŌlelo koʻu mau kaikunāne, "E hoʻāʻo mākou e kuʻi i nā pāpaʻi me nā pōhaku!" ʻAuē no hoʻi kēlā ʻano! ʻŌlelo wau, "Mai hana pēlā, pono e mālama i nā pāpaʻi!" Maopopo iaʻu ke hanakuli wale nei koʻu mau kaikunāne. Ua leʻaleʻa loa kēia huakaʻi ʻana me ka ʻohana.Uploaded Mar 26, 2017 by Ku'uwainani Eaton
Ka Papahana ʻŌmole Wai
ʻO koʻu papahana ʻōmole wai ka helekopa. Koho au i kēia no ka mea ma koʻu wā pēpē hana koʻu pāpā ma ka pūʻali koa. Ua kūkulu ʻia kēia ʻano helekopa e kaua me nā kānaka maikaʻi ʻole e hoʻokū i ke kaua ʻana. Hoʻohana au i ʻelua ʻōmole koloaka Pepsi, nā ʻōmole wai maʻamau, a me nā poʻi. A hoʻopili ʻia ka helekopa i kekahi peʻahi liʻiliʻi a hiki i nā lima ke hoʻoniniu. Ua hoʻopiʻi ʻia ka waiwai ma o ka makemake. E makemake ana nā hoa e pāʻani mea kaʻu helekopa. Inā hana hou au, makemake wau e hana i kekahi mea e lele ana iā ia iho.Uploaded Jan 24, 2017 by U'ilani Reynolds
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.)
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.