Check out our Penguin Research Projects! We used non-fiction books to find information about penguins. Then we drew pictures and recorded our voice to tell you what we learned using the Little Bird Tales app! Please click on a “heart” and see our projects! Remember you will need a laptop or desktop to see our projects. Donʻt forget to turn up the volume to hear our voice! You will not see our projects using the iPad. Thank you Mrs. Pittman and Mrs. Rosehill for helping these students with their projects.
Talk about APP SMASH!! The students from Papa Manaʻolana o Ke Akua collected all of their work throughout the year into GOOGLE DRIVE, created PICOLLAGES, and uploaded their collage into THINGLINK to attach their work.Want to see their work? All you need to do is click on a heart, click on the tags, and see a childʻs work. You will find project tags next to each huakaʻi that will link to iMOVIES, texts, photos, or LITTLE BIRD TALES. After all of this work, you will agree they are happy to showcase their projects. You can see how valuable it is to go to the many huakaʻi throughout the school year. Hoʻomaikaʻi e Papa Manaʻolana o Ke Akua!!
The third grade students learned so much about their moku. In room 304, students created an informative video about their moku and focused on what their moku was like in the past, present, and hope for in the future. Please click on a tag to find information about a student’s moku.
Hey look that’s Linkin and Mackenzie!! I see Carly too! I wonder who the Kindergarten student is?! Guess what? You can see your work too if you click on the hearts next to the student photos!!! Try it! Remember to come back to this page to get to the other hearts! Can you believe we are done with our very first year with the 1:1 iPads!! Thank you for working hard this year! Enjoy your summer and remember to read!!
There are two padlets in this post. The top padlet shows the research QUESTIONS and the bottom padlet shows the research ANSWERS in a form of a Little Bird Tale project.
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The Padlet below documents the beginning steps of the research process for students in second grade. Click or scan the QR code to see a larger view of the Padlet.
Students used a variety of resources such as non-fiction books and videos to seek answers to their research questions. Students then used Little Bird Tales to share the things they’ve learned. If you want to see a larger view of the padlet, click here or scan the QR code! Enjoy!
Each child in third grade shared the things they’ve learned from their recent field trip to Kūkaniloko and Pokaʻi Bay. We used this padlet to display their learning. If you want to see a larger view of the padlet, click here. or scan the QR code below.
You will need the following links to complete your work! Before using the links, please follow Mrs. Redonaʻs directions when it is your MC time. Once you understand the steps, feel free to try the links on your own! Mahalo!
Prepare your speech, click here! After clicking link, you will see “Apologies” message. You will need to click on the blue download button to access the template. This will work if you have the Print Shop Deluxe.
C. Print Shop Template, click here! After clicking link, you will see “Apologies” message. You will need to click on the blue download button to access the template. This will work if you have the Print Shop Deluxe.