Papa ʻEkolu haumāna are having fun with their haʻawina. Luke chose to share with his ʻohana the Oreo challenge that we did at our Morning Meeting. After viewing his video, 3B keiki had an awesome discussion on Growth Mindset. Luke’s ‘ohana taught us big lessons about grit, perseverance, patience, and the importance of support and encouragement from others. All the important components for having a Growth Mindset. Watch this video to see for yourself!
Mahalo, Luke and ‘ohana for sharing this special activity with the world!
Luke and ʻOhana take the Challenge from KSH Kula Ha'aha'a on Vimeo.
Have you ever tasted a book? Papa ‘Ekolu Haumāna got a taste of realistic books on their visit to the library this week. Kumu Kanani’s lesson focused on identifying books in this genre. Students “tasted” different books by skimming and scanning a variety of realistic fiction novels. Then they rated their books and shared what they liked or didn’t like about the story they reviewed.
E nā haumāna, what did you think about the book tasting? Did you find a good book to read? Share your mana’o with us!
This morning, everyone participated in our annual Bus Evacuation Drill. Students were reminded of what to do in case of an emergency on the bus. We mahalo all of our aunties and uncles who take care of us by bringing us to school, taking us home or taking us on a huakaʻi safely!
Team building is working together as an ʻohana to accomplish a goal. The haumāna in 3A were tasked with the challenge of creating the longest paper chain and building a standing structure out of marshmallows and uncooked spaghetti noodles!
August 9th was National Book Lover’s Day! Readers participated in a book sharing and read aloud at our Hale Waihona Puke (library). Listen to them share about their favorite puke and why they like them.