Hawaii was one of our favorite states to study because of the Aloha we received from Megan Martens. Your kids may still be talking about the delicious pineapple candies or the handmade necklaces and flowers. Our reading club was spoiled on the day we studied Hawaii.
- Reading List: EPIC Hawaii
2. Science: Volcanoes The National Park Service has closed the areas around various volcanoes, they however do have webcams. NPS.GOV
If you have explored around a volcano message us your story. We loved seeing these kids explore Hawaii.
3.Math: I know you can count to 10, but can you do it in Hawaiian?
4.History: Pearl Harbor played a crucial role in our country’s history. Spend some time studying World War II
Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) Poetry
Write a Kanaka Maoli Poem.
Native Hawaiian poetry is typically about the land and the people.
6.Art: The art of dance. Practice your Hula.. Hawaii Hula Company has several free videos on their website.
7. Book Pick: I have been trying to make my personal book pick appropriate for middle readers and YA readers as well. My Hawaii book pick is a great family read. It is Soul Surfer. Soul Surfer is the true story of Bethany Hamilton the surfer who lost her arm in a vicious shark attack. You can find this book on the Idaho Digital Consortium.
We also have the book as well as the DVD at the Library available for curbside pick up.
Bonus: Miss Megan’s Instagram