Preschools Pick Pumpkins

Preschool sites with our Tūtū and Me, Ka Paʻalana, and Nā Pono No Nā ʻOhana programs went on huakaʻi throughout October to pick pumpkins, pet animals, and learn a little more about farming on the ʻāina.

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On the Move to the Pacific Aviation Museum

Tūtū and Me Traveling Preschool plans regular huaka‘i throughout the school year. The primary goals of field trip activities are for our keiki and caregiver to learn, explore, gain new experiences and to develop interactive learning strategies.

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Maui West in the Communities

Each month the Maui West team will plan a special field trip for everyone to enjoy. When we decide what type of field trip we want to participate in, we remember that our goal is to build a bridge between our families and the community.

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Caring for our Environment in Kona

In March the Kona Tūtū and Me families visited the Amy Greenwell Ethno Botanical Gardens for our “Caring for the Environment” huaka‘i, and we also used this opportunity to incorporate the Jack Johnson ‘Ohana Foundation project.

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Tūtū and Me Celebrate the Hard Work of our Community Helpers

The month of October was an especially busy month for the Hale‘iwa and Pauoa sites of Tūtū and Me, but with the help of our two newest additions to the teaching team Cami Watanabe (Assessment Specialist) and Leeana Kalawe (Teaching Assistant) we were able to provide our families with many activities and opportunities to learn and grow.

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