Category Archives: National Library Week
Wat Dis Book?……a take from the book titled Pigeon To The Max. Students read the book summary in pigeon and had to guess the book title. Just another FUN way we celebrated National Library Week here at Ke Kula Haʻahaʻa!
Another NLW activity happened in our Learning Center! Captain Mark who is an amazing storyteller shared his mo’olelo (stories) and mana’o (knowledge) about his naia (dolphin) friend…Le Dauphin. Le Dauphin is a 35′ inflatable which our Papa Malaa’o and Papa … Continue reading
A Big MAHALO to our Kula Ha’aha’a ‘Ohana for participating in Poem In Your Pocket Day!
What is a Couplet? A couplet is the simplest form of poetry. The word “couple” in couplet means two of something. A couplet is a poem made of two lines that rhyme. There are no rules about length or rhythm. … Continue reading
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
Snaps, Round of Applause, Firecracker Claps, & Lets Raise The Roof for all those who shared their poem with us today during lunch! I can honestly say that we have some awesome poets here at our kula!
What is a Cinquain? A cinquain is a form of poetry that is very popular because of it’s simplicity. It was created by American poet Adelaide Crapsey about 100 years ago, and is similar to Japanese poetic forms, such as … Continue reading