Restoring the Dry Forest of Kaho‘olawe (O) – Guided Reading 6-Pack (PAL)978-0-87336-573-4
Regular price $20.00
The Hawaiian island chain has a piko, and it is Kaho‘olawe. Learn the story of the youngest Hawaiian island, and see how the work of many hands are healing and transforming this sacred place into what it should be—a rich, thriving ecosystem.
This set consists of six copies of a single leveled reader for use in guided reading/group instruction.
Target Grade Level: 3—but readers of all ages may enjoy and learn something new!
Guided Reading Level: O
The Pāhana ‘Āina Lupalupa (PAL) series of Hawaiian culture-based science readers takes keiki on a fascinating journey into the diverse environments that make Hawai‘i the special place that it is. PAL integrates Hawaiian language, culture, and place-based content with literacy and science concepts that meet national standards. Developed in ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i and translated into English, this exciting series was created through partnerships among a group of Hawai‘i educators, literacy specialists, and Hawaiian-language resource developers in consultation with scientists and cultural practitioners.
Copublished with Hale Kuamo‘o.
Softcover. 7.75 x 8.25". 24 pp.
*Hawaiian edition also available.