At Home Educational Resources for Keiki and ʻOhana

Resources and Information for Keiki and ʻOhana

Comprehensive list of resources and information for parents that support distance learning and resources and supports available to keiki and ʻohana.

Princess Pauahi Book

The Princess Pauahi Book is available to you and your keiki in digital format. All our keiki are very familiar with this book as it is read frequently in the classroom and used to teach keiki about Pauahi’s life. There are accompanying activities with each page that you can do with your keiki. Princess Pauahi Book – Home Activities

The digital book can also be accessed on your mobile device Pauahi Book Mobile Access

Life in the Ahupuaʻa

Ka Nohona Ahupuaʻa, is a fun and exciting online learning tool to support our keiki’s learning about the ahupuaʻa. It can be accessed on your computer and mobile devices.

Ka Nohona Ahupuaʻa – Mobile Device Instructions and Learning Extension

Keiki & ʻOhana Online Learning Tools

A variety of interactive and online learning tools for keiki are ʻohana have been consolidated at for easy access and navigation. Parents are encouraged to check out the resources before using them with keiki

For the Love of ʻIke Magazines

Hawaiian culture-based science magazines for keiki. The link will take you to the Pāhana ʻĀina Lupalupa (PAL) website which has a variety of culture based resources for kumu and parents.

Pāhana ʻĀina Lupalupa – Hawaiian Culture Based Science Books

These are Hawaiian culture-based science books that ʻohana and keiki can view online. Our preschool keiki are familiar with these books that are used in the classroom.

At Home Learning Activities

A variety of simple at home learning activities that keiki and ʻohana can do together. Activities are sorted by learning domains – Language & Literacy, Mathematical Thinking, Science, Social Studies, The Arts, Physical Development.

Preschool Recipes Non-Edible

Simple play dough recipes that can be made at home using typical household ingredients. Keiki love using play dough to create various items and to engage in sensory play. Please be careful as a few of the recipes require the use of the stove. Use it as an opportunity to teach keiki about safety in the kitchen.