Students in grades K-12 are invited to submit stories, poems, essays and artwork for the Keiki Day Creativity Contest held by the Parents and Children Together and the Hawaii Tribune Herald and West Hawaii Today.
When teaching children how to read analog clocks, we can sometimes forget to build a strong foundation in the very basic step of understanding how to tell what hour it is.
Vision Tracking, or Eye Tracking, can be a phenomenal way to help your child take their reading to the next level. Also used by athletes, Vision Tracking can implemented at home using simple materials.
Is your child struggling with math concepts or behind for their grade level? The most important piece of the puzzle is to practice math everyday! This can be as simple as just making sure they complete 5 workbook problems from one concept each day.
Aloha nā ʻOhana, Mahalo for completing the electronic household survey form by November 12, 2018. This survey serves two purposes: 1) To determine if KANU will be a Title I school for SY 19-20. Title I provides federal monies to a school to closed the achievement gap in reading and math. It helps fund additional tutoring opportunities […]
All of us would like to become better readers. Here are some tips for you and your ‘ohana.