Category Archives: Reading
Experts agree that children who read during the summer gain reading skills, while those who do not read often slide backward. (Reading is Fundamental – Keeping Kids Off the Summer Slide). This Summer READing Calendar was created so your child can continue … Continue reading
“Ua lehulehu a manomano ka ‘ikena a ka Hawai’i” – Great and numerous is the knowledge of the Hawaiians. (We create, share and apply knowledge in purposeful and relevant ways). In our Papa Heluhelu (Reading Groups) reading strategies are introduced and … Continue reading
Explain Everything! Papa ‘Ekolu from KSH Kula Ha’aha’a on Vimeo.
Papa ‘Elua practicing the 5 finger reading rule in choosing a just right book to read.
The 5 finger rule is simple and help students find a book that is “just right” and true to their reading level. Here are the steps: 1) Choose a book that you think you want to read. 2) Open the … Continue reading
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
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
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