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He ‘a‘ali‘i kū makani mai au; ‘a‘ohe makani nāna e kūla‘i.
I am a wind-withstanding ‘a‘ali‘i; no wind can topple me over.

Tagged With "Children"

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Children and Families Coping with Covid-19

Justina Acevedo-Cross ·
Children and families may be facing more adversity due to the economic and home impact of the Covid-19 outbreak. The Covid-19 situation is fluid and changing daily and I know it effects early childhood programs in a big way. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network put out a good guide on helping families cope with Coronavirus given so many changes to daily life; it is a great resource. Access it here: Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope With the Coronavirus Disease 2019. ...
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Re: Children and Families Coping with Covid-19

Daniel Goya ·
Mahalo Justina- What a great resource!
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Mindfulness Minute Series (3 of 6) The preschool years- “Be one with Nature”

Daniel Goya ·
Kilo is the Native Hawaiian art of observation. Through Kilo , we become part of our environment by watching, observing, examining and even forecasting. Children learn best through play. During the developmental stage of a preschool keiki (child), it is important that a child has opportunities to interact with his/her environment. This is when a keiki is beginning the process of scaffolding information to make sense of the world and learn new things. Kilo can be natural for a keiki at this...
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Re: Mindfulness Minute Series (3 of 6) The preschool years- “Be one with Nature”

Cheri Richards ·
Mahalo Danny for the reminder of kilo and being mindful of not only the trees but all of nature. Hau'oli la Ho'omaika'i
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