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Hawaii & Queen Kaahumany Unit Study

 

 

Hawaii & Queen Kaahumany Unit Study

 

 

This is a breakdown of what we are doing with this unit.

My children are 7 years old and 10 years old.

 

I was a Dorling Kindersley Distributor and use many

DK books and DK CD-ROMs with our homeschooling!

 

Pick as many activities as you want.

Do them all or only a few of them!

If need be, adjust each activities to the level of your child.

 

This unit was created by Lara and may be

used for non-commercial purpose!

 

Have fun!

 

Note: If you do not have any of the books mentioned...

Use what you have on hand or go to the library.

 

 

 

 

Hawaii & Queen Kaahumany Unit Study

 

 

 

Devotion:

 

Do daily chores. We read the Bible.

The children do their memory verses for the quizzing team.

Together we read our devotional.

Children use concordance and look up words

that are used in this unit.

 

Find some verses with those words and narrate/explain the verses.

At times, compare the verses or stories of these kings and queens.

Have open-ended discussions.

 

 

Reading:

 

"Jasmine's Parlour Day" book.

Story about a little girl on the island of Trinidad.

Use books of choice and biographies about Hawaiian people.

 

 

Phonics:

 

Read books of choice or books that pertain to this unit study.

Online articles and biographies may be used.

Reading the "DK Phonic" books.

 

 

English:

 

"DK I Love Spelling CD-ROM."

"Simply Grammar" activities.

 

 

Copy Work:

 

Copy sentence from material used.

 

 

Math:

 

Cuisenaire Rods - Miquon - Alpha Omega

"Jumpstart CD-ROM"

 

 

History:

 

"DK History of the World"

Have fun looking at photo album and compare the pictures

with the ones you have seen in the books and

other materials used for this unit.

Which ones are about the Ioliani Palace? Kamehameha?

 

 

Science:

 

"DK Nature" Encyclopedia.

"DK Children's Illustrated Encyclopedia"

Oceans/bodies of water: What can you tell about Hawaii and its waters?

Waimea Falls? The weather in Hawaii?

 

Social Studies:

 

Do some research about the culture of the Hawaiian

people and how they relate with one another.

Can you tell where the Hawaiians come from originally?

What other cultures are found in Hawaii?

What is the background of most of the people from Hawaii?

Use other open-ended questions to lead to discussions.

French: Use tape and book. Review hawaiian words and phrases.

 

P.E:

 

Do outdoor sports or do some aerobics exercises.

 

 

 

Art:

 

Locate some Hawaiian Arts and compare them

with other arts you are familiar with.

What is so different about them?

 

 

 

 

 Hawaii & Queen Kaahumany Unit Study

 

 

`Iolani Palace

What is a Mango?

Leis of Hawaii

Tropical fruits

Gardenia flower

Comptons'Queen Kaahumanu

Britannica's Queen Kaahumanu

A Stolen Star

King KamehamehaIII

Kaahumanu Center

More about Kaahumanu

Your Hawaiian name

Royal Family

King Kamehameha I

King Kamehameha IV

Hawaiian word of the week

Words and phrases

Recipes of Hawaii

Hawaii Explorer

Hawaiian Native Plants

For Hawaiian backgrounds

 

 

 

Unit written by Lara using the Internet

 and other personal resources.

 

April 2000

 

 

 

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