Sunday, May 12, 2013

Kalani I Ka Lewa - Ascend to the Heavens


Last week my son's school hosted a Curriculum Fair.   The statue in front of the school is:

Kalani I Ka Lewa.

Ascend to the Heavens.

Education enables the students to soar ...


David, left, presented what he learned about Math - Angle Measurements and Grid Type.   Rei, right, displayed famous Egyptian women - Hatshepsut and Cleopatra.


 Egypt was a popular theme - Megan posted about mummies!


Jack built a medieval castle - long live history!


In the other 6th grade class, the students created covers for their favorite book.


I loved ANNE OF GREEN GABLES!


The yellow submarine comes from DIVE.  What is your favorite children's book?   One randomly selected commenter from this week's blogs wins a book choice from my convention stash.   This giveaway is open to all readers.  Comments are open through Saturday, May 18, 10 pm in Hawaii. 

Mahalo,

Kim in Hawaii

David has outgrown his 4th grade teacher!



13 comments:

  1. Great work. Thanks for sharing. Time does fly.

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  2. Everyone did such a wonderful job on their projects! I don't remember any of the books from when I was a child - it was, after all, a very long time ago!

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  3. I love Anne of Green Gables too. I went to PEI to visit once and really enjoyed it!

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  4. WOW! Kids these days are so creative! I loved Anne of Green Gables! I remember gloming the entire series when I was 12 :)

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  5. My favorite is Maurice Sendak's "Where the Wild Things Are."

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  6. That is really hard but if I have to pick one, it's The Littlest Angel. I read it to my girls at Christmas and they knew to get a box of kleenex for me. I could never get through that book without sobbing! My daughter just went to a baby shower for a friend who is a school teacher and everyone was to bring their favorite book and that's what she chose.

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  7. James and the giant peach

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  8. Harry Potter. I love that magical world.

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  9. I have 3 actually. I love The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint Exupéry, The Three Little Pigs by James Marshall and The Ugly Duckling by Hans Christian Andersen.

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  10. Seet valley high book
    Kimh

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  11. Nice job. I am sharing Karen's senior moment, although I recall not liking scary fairy tales.

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  12. Awww, this brings back memories! I loved Shel Silverstein books growing up, especially Where the Sidewalk Ends.

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  13. Great work by all the kids, looks like they spent alot of time on their projects. Eric Carle's "The Hungry Caterpillar" was a fave of mine.

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