By Wendy Correa I was excited to learn that Hilo, Hawaii would be featured as the next episode of Wahi Pana – Hawaii’s Special Places on Wednesday, July 20th 6:30 pm on KGMB (re-air Wednesday, July 27th at 6:30 pm on KHNL). I married a Hilo boy and have lived in Hilo since 1985. As… Continue reading What’s so special about Hilo?
It’s common for older generations to prepare younger ones by making sure they understand the history, traditions, and values of their family’s past. In addition to a family tree and traditions, conversations about specific places that are special to the family might also take place, because they have an understanding that there’s power in having… Continue reading The Power of Having a Sense of Place
Are you enrolled in our Tūtū And Me program and do you have an Instagram account? If so, you could be our next contest winner! With all of our Tūtū And Me programs spread across the state, it’s difficult to keep up with all that is going on! So we’re turning to social media to… Continue reading 3 #TutuAndMe Contest Winners Every Month!
From singing songs and dancing around, to all sorts of different hands on sensory activity learning centers, there’s so much that goes on in a single session at one of our Tutu and Me sites. This past year, we tried something new on social media to build a stronger community throughout our program. Many of… Continue reading The Tūtū And Me Instagram Contest
The following list are goals for our Hawaii public school’s standards based learning. If your keiki will be attending public school, you will want to be familiar with the General Learning Outcomes (GLOs) and to support your keiki’s development in these areas: Self-directed Learner: The ability to be responsible for one’s own learning … Continue reading The 6 General Learning Outcomes of Hawaii’s Public School Systems
First experiences are momentous occasions. If your keiki is getting ready for kindergarten or is moving into a new stage of their development; for example from toddler to preschooler, consider the power of “first” experiences. Your keiki is learning and growing every day withmany changes taking place. First experiences shape keiki’s thoughts, feelings and ideas… Continue reading Support Keiki Learning Through “First” Experiences
Aloha e Tūtū and Me ‘Ohana, This has been a wonderful school year filled with many exciting learning experiences! We are very grateful for our partnership as we work together to support our keiki as they learn and grow. Our heartfelt mahalo for your support of our program and teaching teams! In addition, we want… Continue reading Mahalo Tutu And Me Ohana