I just love Hawaiian resources. Hawaiian parties, the massive banana leaves, you name it! I just can’t get enough.
Here you can find a few Hawaii inspired educational freebies.
Coffee rubbed, Bacon Wrapped Shrimp Skewers and Free Hawaiian Activity Pack for Kids from Happy & Blessed Home
State of Hawaii Crafts and Activities for Kids from Danielle’s Place
How to Make Crafts and Activities Relating to Hawaii the Aloha State
Aloha! How to throw a Hawaiian Luau from My Silly Squirts
Everyone likes a Hawaiian luau, right? Whether it’s a backyard barbecue, birthday or for no reason at all, check out these simple tips to make this tropical celebration a success.
Hawaiian Luau Trivia from All Free Printable
Free Printable Hawaiian Luau Trivia Game. Free Printable Hawaiian Luau Trivia Game to have fun with your guests at the Luau party, school reunion or Hawaii themed birthday. Let’s find out how much you know about the Hawaiian Luau. Learn about Luau history, food, instruments, and traditions like Taro leaf, Kalua Pork, Imu, Ukulele, Kamehmeah II, Ka’eke’eke, Lei, Poi, Hula, and more from the Hawaiian Luau. The participant with most correct answers wins. The game includes 12 entertaining luau trivia questions and the answers sheet on page 2 (answers in bold). Click the link below to download or print the Hawaiian Luau Trivia Game now in PDF format. Have fun at the Luau Party with this free printable trivia quiz game!
U.S. State Maps from Layers of Learning
This exploration is for all ages, as the colored smilies show. Color U.S. state maps to show population, practice latitude and longitude, show landscapes, or depict rainfall, plus many more ideas.
Maps are excellent tools for learning geography. Not only can you learn locations and shapes of places but you can learn about landscapes, biomes, climate, and how people use the land.
Explore: USA – Hawaii from From ABCs to ACTs
Whether you’re looking for white sandy beaches, are fascinated by volcanoes, or are wanting to learn more about country’s current President, Hawaii is the state for you!
Did you know that the islands of Hawaii were actually created by volcanoes millions of years ago or that the state was once the Kingdom of Hawai’i and ruled by a monarchy? No? Well, that’s okay because we’re going to learn all of that and more!
50 States Series: Hawaii from Homeschool Giveaways
Hawaii is one of the states on my bucket list. Since it is not in the continental United States, it is a little more difficult to just pick and go. However, it is one that I want to visit with or without kids…I’m not that picky. I have a friend who’s husband is stationed in Hawaii and I absolutely love her pictures of the beaches and the trails she hikes. But for now, I’ll have to settle for studying the state, its history and looking at pictures.
Aloha FREEBIE! – Froggy Goes to Hawaii from Katie’s Kinders on Teachers Pay Teachers
Aloha! Here’s a fun little FREEBIE for you to bring some Hawaiian sunshine to your classroom. There are several activities included that are based on the book Froggy Goes to Hawaii by Jonathan London.
Here’s what you get:
-Story response activities
-Invented spelling activity
-Writing response papers
U.S. Regions – Alaska and Hawaii Collaborative Posters from Tied 2 Teaching on Teachers Pay Teachers
This Regions of the United States Research Collaborative Poster activity lets students work together to display their learning about Alaska and Hawaii Collaborative research poster activities are so much fun because they combine group work, with creativity, color and so much fun!
This collaborative U.S. regions social studies project includes 2 state collaborative research poster activities that can be displayed separately or placed together to form a large collaborative poster mural.
Print one time, break out the crayons and colored pencils, and watch your students work together like never before. Collaborative posters are great for teaching kids that each one of us only plays a part . . . but collectively we all make up something beautiful!
Hawaii Packet from Damien Cooper on Teachers Pay Teachers
An introduction packet about the state of Hawaii. Provides a map activity, fun facts, questions and writing as well as pictures to assist students with identifying information.