Category Archives: QR Codes

Ke Ao ‘Imi Na’auao – Knowledge & Wisdom

Ua lehulehu a manomano ka ‘ikena a ka Hawai’i – Engage in critical thinking to apply traditonal knowledge to my contemporary.  The roll out of the iPads is in full swing here at our kula and the haumāna just know … Continue reading

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Met the Challenge & Sharing ALOHA!

Congratulations to ‘Ulili in Papa ‘Elima 5B who was selected as  the winner of the QR Code Scavenger Hunt Challenge! She was among 7 other students in her class that scored a PERFECT grade on this library activity.  How did … Continue reading

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Scavenger Hunt In The Library

Papa ‘Elima – 5A used QR Codes to learn about the various collections that are in the learning center.  Their task was to scan each code that gave a hint about a particular collection in the library.  With the ho’ohani … Continue reading

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Idioms, QR Codes & Amelia Bedelia

What are Idioms? Idioms are words or phrases that are used in a way that is different from its usual or dictionary meaning.  Writers like Peggy & Herman Parish use idioms to make their stories more interesting and funny.  Our … Continue reading

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QR Code Scavenger Hunt

How well do you know your way around the library? Papa ‘Elima used their iPods to scan some QR Codes and gathered clues and information about the various collections in the CRBLC. The clues went something like this – “In … Continue reading

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Idioms, Amelia Bedelia, & QR Codes

Who would ever imagine using QR Code’s in an educational setting. Today, our Papa ‘Ekahi had fun using QR Codes to learn more about idioms.  They also learned that QR  stands for “Quick Response” and when scanning the code with … Continue reading

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