Category Archives: Literacy
A How To Book is an informal, often short, description of how to accomplish some specific task. These books are meant to help, assist or inspire life-changing methods and attitudes. One of the earliest how-to books was published in 1569 … Continue reading
A Big MAHALO to our Kula Ha’aha’a ‘Ohana for participating in Poem In Your Pocket Day!
Today was a special day for our haumāna here at our kula as we celebrated National Library Week with a school-wide (K-12) activity – Lā Poema ‘Inipākeke (Poem In Your Pocket Day). Students, faculty, staff and even our aunties and … Continue reading
As we prepare for PIYP (Poem In Your Pocket) day, you may be thinking of a poetry style that best describes you and your interest. Some classes have been creating beautiful acrostic poems that tell of their personal interest or … Continue reading
April is National Poetry Month! In celebration of this special month, our entire Hawai’i Campus K-12 students, faculty, and support staff are invited to participate in “Lā Poema`Inipākeke” on Thursday, April 18, 2013. All you have to do is carry … Continue reading
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Hau’oli Lā Pu’uwai (Happy Valentines Day!) As we celebrate Valentines Day let us be reminded that the most valuable treasures in life are found in friendships and ♥ LOVE ♥. Author Victoria Osteen shares in her book Unexpected Treasures the greatest … Continue reading