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A’o Aku; A’o Mai: What I Learn, I Teach

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By Sara Jane Larkin, Teacher

First graders at Kilohana are studying fresh water on Molokai. We are learning about where it comes from, where it goes and why it is so valuable — waiwai.  Our Project Based Learning goal is to have outdoor hand washing stations that reclaim the water used for handwashing to water our grass and our gardens.  We are calling our project the Waiwai Wai Project.

By Keewepualani Lima, Grade 1. Fresh water in Hawaii is the best because it can let you live. I love to drink cold water. Sometimes I look in the mountains and think about it making a pool. 


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