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by:Teesso     2019-09-01
Teaching Notes (TN)
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You may not think of the Hawaiian Islands as a barren, lifeless lava heap in the middle of the Pacific.
They did the same until millions of years ago.
How did the lava mountains become \"Pacific Paradise?
It would be helpful to know a little bit about Hawaii\'s geographical location, which makes it unique in many ways.
It is the only American. S.
Not a North American state.
It is the only island country.
It is farther than any other place on earth where people live.
Many plants and animals living in Hawaii can\'t be found anywhere on Earth!
The Hawaiian islands began to form lava Mountains about 70 million years ago. -
Boiling liquid rock-began.
Seeping from cracks in the Pacific Ocean.
As more and more volcanoes erupt, lava piles up.
A mountain formed under the sea.
The mountains of lava continue to grow until they finally rise to the surface of the ocean.
For millions of years, volcanoes have created new islands.
The process continues today.
Just south of Hawaii, a new island called Loihi is forming.
Maybe in the next 10, 000, one day, it will join the big family of the Hawaiian Islands.
The Hawaiian Islands today (ar ki PEL i go)
In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, 1,500 miles long, like a pearl.
It\'s nearly 2,500 miles from the nearest continent, North America!
Hawaii is divided into two groups of islands.
The first group consists of 124 small islands, reefs and shoals.
The second group consists of eight major islands.
The southernmost island is Hawaii (
Separate it from the Big Island in the state. .
The North is Maui and kahoollawe.
Kahoolwe was used as a regular bombing target by the United States. S.
An uninhabited army.
Ranai and morokai followed the island, home to 80% of the state\'s population.
Next is Kauai and Nihao.
Some of the islands, including Kauai, Oahu, Ranai and Molokai, are already very old and no longer have volcanic eruptions.
Maui is a new island.
It has a volcano that has not erupted in 200 and seems to be dormant.
The Big Island is the latest and growing.
The lava from the volcano hardened to form a new land.
There are five volcanoes on the Big Island.
The busiest volcano is Kilauea, which has been erupting since 1983.
Monaloa volcano is the largest active volcano on Earth.
There has been no outbreak since 1984.
They are all located in the National Park of Hawaii volcano.
The world\'s tallest volcano is also on the Big Island.
The mountain is higher than the mountain.
Measure Mount Everest from the bottom of the sea.
The weather in Hawaii is one of the biggest attractions.
There are clear weather all year round.
Average temperature is about 75 [degrees]
But extreme climate change is found on every island.
Some places have the sun all year round, but some areas of the Islands rain every day.
A rainbow is a common sight as the sun passes through the water beads.
The lush rainforest covers about 40% of the islands. Mt.
Waialai on Kauai island is the wettest place on Earth.
Just a few miles away, the Waimea Canyon is almost a desert.
There is a possibility of snow in the mountains, especially in winter.
Beautiful Sun for miles
There are many beaches of different colors on the beach
Red, gold, black, even green.
The result of lava crushing.
In Hawaii, you can sometimes swim and ski on the same day.
Hawaii is also one of the most noteworthy places in the world.
Its tall mountains and clear skies attract astronomers from all over the world.
Life begins, and no one knows exactly when or how new creatures appear in the Hawaiian Islands.
Wind, sea and birds may bring many of the earliest plants.
Birds also have insects and spiders in their feathers.
Most of the animals found on the mainland did not reach the island.
There are only two mammals. -
Seals and little bats-
When people moved to Hawaii for the first time, they lived in Hawaii.
Now Hawaii is full of colorful flowers, lush vegetation and exotic plant life.
There are thousands of different kinds of plants and flowers on the Hawaiian islands, including the national flower orchid and the wooden hibiscus.
Rare and often endangered birds, such as honey birds, bird nests, and nienis (thestate bird)
Live on the island.
More than 450 colorful fish and turtles swim in the underwater rainforest in Hawaii\'s coral reefs.
\"The Rare humpback whales in the Pacific spend the winter in the warm waters of Hawaii, giving birth to their cubs.
The earliest settlers in Hawaii were polynisia (
\"People of many islands \")
From the Marquis Islands
They crossed the ocean in double.
Giant canoe about 1,500 years ago.
They are experts in navigation with stars, clouds and ocean currents.
Later, the other Persians came.
They brought sugar cane, bananas and taro.
They raise chickens and pigs.
The first Hawaiian believed in many gods.
The most important of these is the volcano goddess Bailey.
Hawaiian people believe that the Kilauea volcano, which lives on the Big Island, is the cause of the Kilauea volcano.
Kahuna, pastor, worship God with ceremony.
Each island becomes an independent kingdom until a chief Kamehameha (
Kah may have)
Conquered most of the islands and unified them.
His kingdom continued until 1893.
Captain Cook was the first European to discover Hawaii.
He found in the islands 1778 while looking for NorthwestPassage, the waterway idea was from Europe to Asia.
In honor of Cook\'s patron, the Earl of the sandwich, Cook named the Sandwich Islands.
Cook was killed in a battle soon after, but by the age of 17, Hawaii has become a stop point to Asia.
In the 18 th century, missionaries from the United States began to arrive in Hawaii.
They have changed the lives of Hawaiian people in many ways.
They created a letter so that the Hawaiian could read and write for the first time.
They have schools, churches and hospitals.
They are also opposed to many Hawaiian traditions such as hula and the production of the name \"leis \"(lays).
They asked Hawaiian women to wear long skirts called muumuus (MOO moos).
At the same time, sugar has become Hawaii\'s largest industry.
Most sugar cane plantations are privately owned by foreigners, and Hawaiian people are beginning to lose their power to rule themselves.
The last state of the year 00 s, the United StatesS.
European business interests control Hawaii.
They overthrew Queen Liliuokalani.
Leli oh kuh LUH nee)
The last monarch in Hawaii in 1893.
The United States controlled Hawaii in 1898.
It has built several military bases including Pearl Harbor.
On December 7, 1941, a Japanese plane launched a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. S. enteredWWII.
In 1959, Hawaii became the last star on the 50-state banner.
Today, tourism has replaced sugar cane and pineapple as the pillar industry of tourism.
The disappearance of environmental protection treasures has become one of the biggest challenges facing Hawaii.
Hawaii has more endangered species than anywhere else in the United States. S.
As a result of competition with \"alien\" animals, plants and insects, most people are lost or threatened, and these animals, plants and insects are brought in by Polynesia and European settlers.
National Scientific education standards for unifying concepts and processes (K-8)
* System, order, and organization * evidence, model, and interpretation * permanence, variation, and measurement * standard of form and function A: Science as inquiry (K-8)
* Ability necessary for scientific inquiry * understanding of scientific inquiry standard B: Physical Science (K-4)
* Properties of objects and materials * position and motion of objects * light, heat, electricity and magnetism (5-8)
* Movement and force * Energy Transfer Standard C: Life Science (K-4)
* Features of organisms * biology and environment (5-8)
* Regulation and behavior * population and ecosystem * criteria for biodiversity and adaptability D: Earth and Space Science (K-4)
* Nature of earth materials (5-8)
* Solar system structure * Earth history * Earth Standard E in solar system: Science and Technology (5-8)
* Ability of technical design level
Main concept: Pacific islands in Hawaii.
Picture activity lets your students count islands.
The eight islands in the picture form the state of Hawaii.
There are many smaller islands.
Tell them Hawaii is far between the Pacific Ocean.
Hawaii is too far away. it takes about 5 days to go to Hawaii by boat from California.
Volcanoes Under The Sea make these islands.
Volcanoes are getting higher and higher until they rise above the water. Ask what WHY-FLY is doing.
He took a helicopter.
A lot of people take a helicopter ride in Hawaii so they can see the bays, volcanoes, waterfalls and hidden valleys from it.
Vocabulary answer :(Down)ALOHA, HELLO (Across)GOODBYE.
Use the key to fill in the missing letters. Say \"aloha\" (a LOW ha)together.
Alohais is the most popular word in Hawaiian.
Weekly lab you need: Sugar (waffle style)
Ice cream cone, pudding (
Or apple sauce, whipped cream or any food of similar consistency)
Sandwiches, napkins.
You can simulate the \"lava\" effect with chocolate or strawberry pudding, or add red food coloring to vanilla pudding.
Tell your students to just bite off the top of the cone.
Explain that this is where the lava will come out.
Fill a small plastic bag with pudding and put it into the inverted cone.
Now, squeeze the plastic bag slowly so that the pudding will \"burst\" out from the top of the cone and flow down the sides.
Tell them not to squeeze too hard.
There are a lot of napkins on hand.
Answer to the weekly question: 5 4 = 9.
Ask your students if they have snorkeling.
What did they see?
Explain that there are many colorful fish on the coral reefs around Hawaii.
There are many kinds of fish only in Hawaii.
The two fish in this event are Hawaiian water fish (red and white)
And the robber Angelfish (
Only found in Hawaii).
Tell the story and ask if they have heard of the wave sliding.
Explain that this is what many years ago was called surfing when surfing was invented.
The waves in Hawaii are so big that surfers from all over the world come here to surf.
After they drew a picture of themselves surfing, ask them to tell tella what it would be like to ride the biggest waves in Hawaii.
Explain why.
FLY is making the \"loose hanging\" logo with his hand, which is a very common and friendly gesture in Hawaii.
The challenge you need: scissors, punch holes, yarn or rope.
Ask your students to take out the flowers and then knock out the two red holes in the middle of each flower.
They should weave their yarn or string in each flower so that all the flowers will face ahead.
Explain that the beginning of giving leis started with the first settlers in Hawaii.
According to folklore, Bailey\'s sister (
Volcano Goddess)
Gave the first ray.
Leis is not just a beautiful necklace.
They express a lot of things like Hello, Goodbye, sorry, congrats, even I love you.
We made some leis with the flowers of wooden hibiscus.
It is the state flower of Hawaii. it has many different colors.
Hawaii is our newest state. It is far away.
The Hawaiian islands are formed by undersea volcanoes.
Picture activity lets your students count islands.
The eight islands in the picture form the state of Hawaii.
There are many smaller onestoo.
Tell them Hawaii is far between the Pacific Ocean.
Hawaii is too far away. it takes about 5 days to go to Hawaii by boat from California.
Volcanoes Under The Sea make these islands.
Volcanoes are getting higher and higher until they rise above the water. Ask what WHY-FLY is doing.
He took a helicopter.
There are many people in Hawaii who take helicopters to see volcanoes, waterfalls, hidden valleys and bays.
Vocabulary answer :(Across)
Goodbye, Hawaii. Down)ALOHA, HELLO.
Fill in the missing letters with the keyboard.
Let everyone say \"aloha \"(aLOH ha)together.
Aloha is the most popular word in Hawaiian.
Weekly lab you need: Sugar (waffle style)
Ice cream cone, pudding (
Or apple sauce, whipped cream or any food of similar consistency)
Sandwiches, napkins.
You can simulate the \"lava\" effect with chocolate or strawberry pudding, or add red food coloring to vanilla pudding.
Tell them to just bite off the tip of the cone.
Explain that this is where the lava will come out.
Fill a small rubber bag with pudding and put it into the inverted cone.
Now, squeeze the plastic bag slowly so that the pudding will \"burst\" out from the top of the cone and flow down the sides.
Tell them not to squeeze too hard.
There are many napkins on hand.
You can also dip the egg roll in the melted chocolate or magic shell [TM]topping first.
Let them watch the coating Harden.
Explain that when lava cools, Harden in the same way.
Answer to questions every week: 11 in 5, 4 and 2.
Ask your students if they have snorkeling.
What did they see?
Explain that the coral reefs around Hawaii are colorful fish.
There are many kinds of fish only in Hawaii.
The three fish in this event are Hawaiian water fish (
Red and White Stripes)
Angelfish, robber (Black and White)
Only found in Hawaii, and Fantail File fish native to Hawaii.
Tell them the tail is unique because of the horn
The structure on top of it makes it look like a unicorn.
Ask them if they have heard of wave sliding for scientific writing.
This is what Hawaiian people said when they invented surfing many years ago.
The waves in Hawaii are so big that surfers from all over the world come here to surf.
After they drew a picture of themselves surfing, let them write a story about the feeling of surfing in a big wave in Hawaii.
Explain why.
FLY is making the \"hangloose\" logo with his hand, which is a very common and friendly gesture in Hawaii.
The challenge you need: scissors, punch holes, yarn or rope.
Ask your students to take out the flowers and then knock out the two red holes in the middle of each flower.
They should weave their yarn or string in each flower so that all the flowers will face ahead.
Explain that the beginning of giving leis started with the first settlers in Hawaii.
According to folklore, Bailey\'s sister (
Volcano Goddess)
Gave the first ray.
Leis is not just a beautiful necklace.
They express a lot of things like Hello, Goodbye, sorry, congrats, even I love you.
We made some leis with the flowers of wooden hibiscus.
Hibiscus is the state flower of Hawaii.
Leis can also be made with flowers, nuts, shells and even feathers.
Explain that each island has a special flower or shell for making leis.
The main concept of Level B: Hawaii is an island country in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Some volcanoes on these islands are still active.
There are many beautiful beaches, rainforests, birds, plants and animals.
Vocabulary answer :(Across)
Goodbye, Hawaii. Down)ALOHA, HELLO.
Fill in the missing letters with the keyboard.
Aloha is the most popular word in Hawaiian.
The weekly lab explained that the bubbles produced by the lab were filled with carbon dioxide.
Carbon dioxide is a gas formed after mixing vinegar with baking soda.
This is why people belch when they drink carbonated soft drinks.
Explain that the real volcano is an opening on the surface of the Earth.
The gas in the volcano accumulates, and the hot meerdelock pushes up from the core of the Earth to form a volcano.
Lava from the volcano.
Answer to weekly questions: Kauai-14, Niihau -10, Oahu -11, Molokai -12, Lanai -15, Maui -17, Kahoolawe -14, Hawaii -13.
Hovered over Maui.
Scientific Writing explains that while most people in Hawaii speak English, the ancient Hawaiian language is making a comeback.
Encourage your students to speak these words out loud.
Tell them there are only 12 letters of the Hawaiian alphabet. -
5 Regular vowels (a, e, i, o, u)
And seven consonants (
H, k, l, m, n, p and w).
The oil floats on the water because a drop of water is lighter than a drop of water of the same size, Challenge explained.
The boiling hot lava from the underwater volcano is lighter than the surrounding water.
The home base lets your students cut the floral pattern and use it to track other flowers on colored building paper.
Then let them make two holes in each flower.
They can go through the flowers with ropes or yarn so that they can all face the front.
Main concept: the Hawaiian Islands are composed of underwater volcanoes.
Our 50 states are located in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
It is home to animals and plants that are not available in many other places on Earth.
Vocabulary answer :(Across)
Goodbye, Hawaii, Island (Down)ALOHA, HELLO.
Fill in the blanks with this key.
Aloha is the most popular word in Hawaiian.
The weekly lab explained that the oil was floating on the water because a drop of oil was lighter than a drop of water of the same size.
Boiling hot lava from underwater volcanoes is also lighter than water.
When saltis is added for the first time, the oil will stick to the heavier salt and then be pulled down.
When the salt is dissolved, it releases the oil and then floats back to the surface.
Explain that it gets heavier when the lava cools and goes back to the bottom of the sea.
Over time, a mountain was formed.
Answer to weekly questions: Kauai--4, Niihau --5, Oahu --3, Molokai --3, Lanai --5, Maui --6, Kahoolawe --2, Hawaii --4.
Hovered over Maui.
Scientific Writing explains that while most people in Hawaii speak English, the ancient Hawaiian language is making a comeback.
Encourage your students to speak these words out loud.
Tell them there are only 12 letters of the Hawaiian alphabet. -
5 Regular vowels (a, e, i, o, u)
And seven consonants (
H, k, l, m, n, p and w).
The challenge encourages your students to cut off their plants and shells and join the coral reefs.
Tell them there are about 450 species of wildlife in the coral reefs around Hawaii.
About 1/4 of these species live in Hawaii.
It takes thousands of years for coral reefs to form.
Puzzle answer: If you walk on it with bare feet, you will say \"ah \"! \"AAH\"!
Main concept: the Hawaiian Islands are composed of underwater volcanoes.
The location of Hawaii is very special.
Isolated from the world, many unique plants and animals grow here.
Humpback whales travel to Hawaii to breed.
Hawaii is also the best place to watch stars in the world.
Vocabulary answer: 1)waterfall 2)pineapple 3)surfboard 4)coastline 5)seashell.
Here are some different ways to make lava flows.
You can adjust these amounts for larger traffic.
A single volcano can be built using a small empty jar or other small container and some gamesDoh[TM]or clay.
Using paper plates as the base, a clay mountain is simply formed around the container.
A small group of students can build a largervolcano based on a bucket.
Place a large cup or plastic soft drink bottle at the top of the barrel and the neck is cut off (
Make sure any sharp edges are smooth).
Paper bags or plastic garbage bags placed around the crater can be placed around the base.
These can be filled with newspapers on the sides of the volcano.
If you use
Mache, you can draw more realistic on the side.
Let them change the terrain (
Folds, grooves and cracks)
Observe their effects on lava flows
If your class can get into the sandbox, it\'s a great \"no\" to build a volcano with sand and cups
The way to try.
Be sure to have a lot of vinegar and baking soda.
Also, try this recipemoving Lava --1 Tbl.
One for baking soda, aluminum and unseasoned gelatin.
Add red and yellow food coloring.
Pour 1/4 cups of white vinegar.
Answer to weekly questions: Kauai--30, Niihau --90, Oahu --60, Molokai --70,Lanai --50, Maui --
100, kahoolawi--75, Hawaii --90. Maui iscircled.
Writing for science tells your students that the first ancestor of today\'s Shawei people follows the stars and birds through the dangerous Ocean to Hawaii, what they call \"the land of lagver fire \".
\"Ask them why they chose these words to describe Hawaii.
Discuss how these sailors leave their homes and travel by canoe so far.
Let them imagine themselves as the first settlers.
Will they be scared or excited in the adventure?
The challenge encourages them to cut off their plants and shells and join the coral reefs.
About 450 species of fish live in coral reefs around Hawaii.
About 1/4 of these species live in Hawaii.
It takes thousands of years for coral reefs to form.
Puzzle answer: If you walk on it with bare feet, you will say \"ah \"! \"AAH\"!
The E-class main concept: the same volcanic forces have created a new island in our 50 states in the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii.
Early explorers from polynisia brought seeds and animals to Hawaii.
Hawaii is a great place to see colorful beaches and unique plants, animals and fish.
Vocabulary answer: 1)waterfall 2)pineapple 3)surfboard 4)coastline 5)seashell 6)rainbow.
Here are some different ways to make lava flows.
You can adjust these amounts for larger traffic.
A single volcano can be built using a small empty jar or other small container and some gamesDoh[TM]or clay.
Using paper plates as the base, a clay mountain is simply formed around the container.
A small group of students can build a largervolcano based on a bucket.
Place a large cup or plastic soft drink bottle at the top of the barrel and the neck is cut off (
Make sure any sharp edges are smooth).
Paper bags or plastic garbage bags placed around the crater can be placed around the base.
These can be filled with newspapers on the sides of the volcano.
If you use
Mache, you can draw more realistic on the side.
Let them change the terrain (
Folds, grooves and cracks)
Observe their effects on lava flows
If your class can get into the sandbox, it\'s a great \"no\" to build a volcano with sand and cups
The way to try.
Be sure to prepare a lot of vinegar and baking soda for the model.
Answer to weekly questions: Kauai--
10,150, Nihao Island--10,250, Oahu --9,800, Molokai--10,400, Lanai --9,990, Mai --
10,500, kahoolawi--
10,200 Hawaii-10,350.
Hovered over Maui.
Writing for science tells your students that the first ancestor of today\'s Shawei people follows the stars and birds through the dangerous Ocean to Hawaii, what they call \"the land of lagver fire \".
\"Ask them why they chose these words to describe Hawaii.
Discuss how these sailors leave their homes and travel by canoe so far.
Let them imagine themselves as the first settlers.
What do they feel and think in the adventure?
Challenge this is a model of tiltmeter, an instrument that scientists use to help predict volcanic eruptions.
An inclination is placed on the volcano, one end pointing to the cone of the volcano, and the other end pointing to the distance.
An expansion of the volcano (rising lava)
When the water that points to the end of the cone drops, it is detected.
The eruption of the volcano in a short period of time tells scientists that the eruption is likely to happen soon.
Puzzle answer: flag)Maryland (Black-Eyed Susan), Flag B)Arizona(
Cactus Flowers), Flag C)Hawaii (Hibiscus), Flag D)Texas (BlueBonnet), Flag E)New Mexico (Yucca), Flag F)Alaska (Forget-Me-Not).
The eight stripes on the Hawaii flag represent the main islands of the state.
In the upper left corner, a small version of the British flag honors the captain of England, who gave Hawaii the first flag at 1794.
View Post Office state abbreviations in other states.
Class F main concept: make our 50 states the same power as the new island in the Pacific near Hawaii.
Hawaii is a perfect place for beautiful beaches and unique plants, animals and fish, including countless whales.
Astronomers from all over the world came to Hawaii to study the stars.
Weekly lab A: View TN level E--WEEKLY LAB.
Lab B: This is an atiltmeter model, an instrument used by scientists to predict volcanic eruptions.
An inclination is placed on the volcano, one end pointing to the cone of the volcano, and the other end pointing to the distance.
Spewing in the volcano (rising lava)
Detected when water drops to the end of the cone.
Large swelling in a short period of time tells scientists that volcanic eruptions may occur soon.
Answer to weekly questions: Kauai--24. 5, Niihau --32. 4, Oahu --26. 45, Molokai --24. 75, Lanai --25. 2, Maui --36, Kahoolawe --26. 65, Hawaii --22. 5. Hovered over Maui.
Writing for science tells your students that the first ancestor of today\'s Shawei people follows the stars and birds through the dangerous Ocean to Hawaii, what they call \"the land of lagver fire \".
\"Ask them why they chose these words to describe Hawaii.
Discuss how these sailors leave their homes and travel by canoe so far.
Let them imagine themselves as the first settlers.
What do they feel and think in the adventure?
The purpose of the challenge of this activity is to show how hot liquids, like lava from a volcano below water, rise in the water.
Large and transparent containers can be fish tanks or large beaker.
Fill large containers with very cold water (
Add ice cubes if needed).
Fill small jars with hot water that can be safely processed.
Remind your students to slowly and carefully lower the small jar to cold water with pliers.
They will observe interesting displays of hot colored water rising to the top of cold water.
If the water is still, an obvious layer may be formed above.
In addition, it is noted that cold water flows into small pots when hot water rises and flows out.
Puzzle answer: flag)Maryland (Black-Eyed Susan), Flag B)Arizona(
Cactus Flowers), Flag C)Hawaii (Hibiscus), Flag D)Texas (BlueBonnet), Flag E)New Mexico (Yucca), Flag F)Alaska (Forget-Me-Not).
The eight stripes on the Hawaii flag represent the main islands of the state.
The small version of the British flag in the upper right corner is to commemorate the British captain who gave Hawaii the first flag in 1794.
Check the Post Office abbreviations in other states.
Scientists born in the Hawaiian islands discovered a hot volcano deep in the Pacific Ocean. Boiling lava --liquid rock --
Oozing out of the cracks under the sea
Lava will erupt and pile up in thousands of years to form a mountain.
Finally, the mountain will grow high enough to rise on the surface of the ocean.
The mountain will become a new Hawaiian island.
This is how every island that makes up our 50 th and newest state was born!
Hawaii is a series of islands far from the Pacific Ocean.
There are many small islands. There are 8 big ones.
The largest of them is the Island of Hawaii.
The state is named after the island.
Others include Maui, Ranai, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai, nihao and kahoollawe.
Hawaii is isolated, which means it is far from any other land, including the United States.
It\'s too far away, it takes about 5 days to get to Hawaii by boat from the California coast!
Life started a long time ago. there were no creatures on the island.
Then the birds were blown away by the wind.
In the cooled lava, the waves began to grow.
When the first explorers came here about 1,500 years ago, there were already thousands of different plants, birds and insects living there!
Some of these unique species have disappeared, but there are still many plants and animals that live only in Hawaii!
Hawaii is known for its beautiful beaches and rainforest.
Half of the state is covered by tropical forests, where most of the rainforest is located.
There are dry deserts and cold snow mountains.
The clear blue waters on the island are like huge aquariums filled with beautiful plants and colorful fish.
In winter, humpback whales leave the icy waters of Alaska and swim to Hawaii to have children.
Hawaii is the best place in the world to gaze at the stars, especially from the peak of one of the volcanoes.
The night sky is almost never cloudy!
Thousands of people come to this tropical paradise every year.
Do you know Level E? ?
Almost all native plants and animals in Hawaii now live elsewhere on Earth. DID YOU KNOW? ?
Some endangered plants in Hawaii produce life. Save medicine. DID YOU KNOW? ?
Tourism is the first
Do business in Hawaii. DID YOU KNOW? ?
Hawaii volcano Mauna Kea is the highest mountain in the world, if you measure it from the bottom of the sea floor. DID YOU KNOW? ?
Every island in Hawaii has its own unique flower Thunder.
Word surfing was invented long ago in ancient Hawaii.
The surfboard is a big word.
Draw lines to make compound words. [
Slightly] IllustrationsDID YOU KNOW? ? The hula-
The Hoop toy is named after the Hawaiian dance. DID YOU KNOW? ?
Hawaii is the only one in America. S.
A state consisting of islands. DID YOU KNOW? ?
Until the year 00 s, the Hawaiian had no written language.
The lab tries these 3 \"lava\" recipes every week.
\"Be sure to put your cup in the center of the pot or bowl.
Cover your work area.
You need: soft drinks such as baking soda, white vinegar, red and yellow food pigment and carbonated Cherry (
Or club soda colored with red food)
1 Cup, 1 bowl, alum, tasteless gelatin, salt foam lava pour about 1/4 cups of carbonated Cherry soft drinks (
Or add club sodawith red food coloring)
In a small cup
Yellow food pigments may also be added. Now add 1 tsp. of salt.
Slow lava 1 Tbl
One cup each of baking soda, aluminum powder and unseasoned gelatin. Mix well.
Red and yellow food colors add 4 drops each.
Now pour about 1/4 cups of white vinegar into the mixture.
1 Tbl fast lava square.
Baking soda in a small cup
4 drops of red and yellow food pigments each.
Now pour about 1/4 cups of white vinegar. DID YOU KNOW? ?
Astronauts Walk in the fields of Hawaii to train for the lunar voyage.
Every week, humpback whales come to the warm waters of Hawaii to have children.
Find their favorite island
It will have the greatest product. Circle it. [
Slightly] IllustrationsDID YOU KNOW? ?
The reef trigg fish is known as a killer whale in Hawaii. DID YOU KNOW? ?
Hawaii is 2,500 miles from its nearest neighbor!
The first people who came to Hawaii came from other islands in the Pacific called polynicea.
They are sailors looking for land with the sun, stars, wind, and even the moon.
Imagine that you are one of these early sailors who enjoy adventure.
What do you think it would be like to travel to a place that no one has ever seen before?
How does it feel to leave your family and family? Write a story. DID YOU KNOW? ?
In folklore, a sailor named Hawaii led the first group of poria to Hawaii. DID YOU KNOW? ?
Liliuokalani is the only ruling queen in Hawaii.
Scientists use a length meter to help predict when a volcano will erupt.
Need: 2 5 ounces (150 ml)
Paper cups, pencils, drink straws, clay, shallow baking pans, water * make a hole in the side of each paper cup near the bottom edge with a pencil.
Make the hole small enough, and the straw will fit.
* Insert about 1/2 (1. 25 cm)
The straw of each hole.
Seal with clay.
* Place the attached Cup in the center of the pan.
* Fill two cups with half the water.
* Lift one end of the pan to make it about 2 inch (5 cm)abovethe table.
What about the water in each cup?
Hawaii has its own flag.
So do other states.
Match each state abbreviation with its state flower.
Then add two numbers to discover the flag for that status. HI (420)AZ (222)TX (324)AK (426)NM (528)MD (630)+ (42)
Eureka, New Mexico
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I\'m not Alaska [
Slightly] Illustrations+ (58)Hibiscus -Hawaii [
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Sagoro, Arizona
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Maryland [
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Blue hat hotels in Texas
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Slightly] Illustrations(C)478 [
Slightly] Illustrations(D)359 [
Slightly] Illustrations(E)570 [
Slightly] Illustrations(F)489 [
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There are 1,400 plants and flowers growing in Hawaii. DID YOU KNOW? ?
There are only 12 letters of the Hawaiian alphabet.
Weekly resources help to plan resources for science\'s weekly classroom activities recommended resources * Stephanie Fany.
Hawaii is a rainbow.
Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1985 *Ring of Fire.
Minneapolis: Dillon Press, 1986 * Johnson, Joyce. Hawaii.
1995 * Nelson, Sharlene and Ted Nelson.
Hawaii Volcano National ParkA True Book).
New York: Children\'s Publishing House, Alexandra, 1998
Hawaiian Islands
New York: Dillon, 1991 web resources find out more about Hawaiian-
Last animal in Hawaii-
Learn more about the history of Hawaii-
Volcano in Hawaii-
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Coral reefs in Hawaii-
Sea/Coral/approx.
Mass humpback whale facts from PBS-
Question 14 required materials-
Fabric and fiber pre-A, A --
Samples of fiber and fabric-
These may include cotton thread shafts, yarn, various knitted and woven fabrics such as knitted wool sweaters, woven wool scarves or jackets, cotton T-shirts, blue jeans, cheese cloth (
A loose cotton wool)
, Construction paper, scissors, glue or paste, magnifying glass B, C, D--
Samples of fiber and fabric-
These may include cotton thread shafts, yarn, various knitted and woven fabrics such as knitted wool sweaters, woven wool scarves or jackets, cotton T-shirts, blue jeans, cheese cloth (
A loose cotton wool)
Rubber Band, sandpaper (Sand 100 or 150)
Tennis, other balls, shoes
Top of the box, yarn in 2 colors, tape, scissors, magnifying glass-
Samples of fiber and fabric-
These may include cotton balls, cotton thread shafts, yarn, various knitted and woven fabrics such as knitted wool sweaters, woven wool scarves or jackets, cotton T-shirts, blue jeans, cheese cloth
A loose cotton fabric), sand paper (Sand 100 or 150)
Tennis balls or other balls, tape, scissors-
Samples of fiber and fabric-
These may include cotton balls, cotton thread shafts, yarn, various knitted and woven fabrics such as knitted wool sweaters, woven wool scarves or jackets, cotton T-shirts, blue jeans, cheese cloth
A loose cotton fabric)
Shoes, rubber band
Yarn and sandpaper in 3 colors (grit100 or 150)
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