If you or your keiki plan on participating and haven't yet registered, please do so at: bit.ly/eikehou2020
This helps us keep track of participants and assists us in accurate reporting for grant funding, which allows our program to be free each year. Mahalo!
Watch this introductory video before getting started on the modules!
Exploring Lānaʻi’s upland regions and watershed
The story of Haʻalelepaʻakai, the highest point on Lānaʻi
Flow of water demonstration
Water percolation demonstration
Traverse the storied places of Keahiakawelo and Kānepuʻu
Learn how Keahiakawelo got its name and hear a story of regeneration from Kānepuʻu
Write a card showing your appreciation to someone who has left a positive legacy in your life
Journey into the ahupuaʻa that fed 1,000 native Hawaiians, Maunalei
Hear the story of Hāloa to understand kalo's cultural significance to native Hawaiians
Create your own lei of abundance using materials found around your home--be resourceful!
Experience Waiaʻōpae loko iʻa, an ancient, 9 acre fishpond on the east coast of Lānaʻi
Listen to Lānaʻi kupuna (native elder) Tutu Lei Kanipaʻe as she talks about her childhood at Keomoku
Times to watch: 0:00-1:28, 5:55-10:08, 21:09-22:49
Engineer your own loko iʻa using what you know about how a healthy fishpond functions!
Bring your finished workbook and proof of activities to the Lānaʻi Culture & Heritage Center any Friday in July from 1pm to 3:30pm! Depending how many modules you've completed, you'll be able to get a reward!
List of prizes:
Complete 1 Module - Lānaʻi Folks book
Complete 2 Modules - Program t-shirt and Lānaʻi Folks book
Complete 3 Modules - Insulated water bottle, program t-shirt, and Lānaʻi Folks book
Complete all 4 Modules - All the above + Backpack and back-to-school essentials!
*Please note that these rewards are reserved for students participating on Lānaʻi. For those off-island participants who have completed the modules, would like a program t-shirt, and are willing to cover shipping, please email email@example.com
Additional info and FAQs available below
Each module begins with a main video, showcasing the wahi pana (storied place)
Moʻolelo videos include relevant stories of place, including oral histories or traditional Hawaiian stories
Participants answer a few short questions to check for understanding after watching the videos
Students do readings based on their designated level (more explained below) and complete a brief response
Activities vary by module but are designed to promote critical thinking and creativity
Hawaiian language worksheets are provided at the end of each module section for students and their ʻohana
This is the first year we have opened our program for K-12 students. Because of the broad range of participant ages, we have tailored E ʻIke Hou readings and worksheets accordingly.
Level 1 is meant for our younger participants in lower elementary. Adult guidance or help from older students is recommended.
Level 2 students will likely be in upper elementary or middle school. The readings and worksheets in this level are more challenging than level 1. Some middle school students may level up if they would like a more in-depth explanation of concepts.
Level 3 is designed for high school participants and any adults who are interested in learning more. The readings are comprehensive and include some SAT vocabulary words.
No, the program has been created with full instructions in the booklet and accompanying videos. We encourage students within families to watch videos and do activities together!
Yes, for Lānaʻi students who are on island, we will provide a hard copy of the program booklet and companion activity kit.
Yes, through the generous support of KS Community Investing, Pūlama Lānaʻi, and other community partners, we are able to offer E ʻIke Hou iā Lānaʻi free of charge to all participants.
Yes, we are happy to extend E ʻIke Hou participation to off-island students. However, we will not be able to provide activity supplies or hard copies of the program booklet. The PDF version will be posted to our website for download and printing at home, if desired.
Please make sure to register at bit.ly/eikehou2020!
Yes, adults who are interested in learning more about Lānaʻi's history are welcome to participate. Hard copy booklets and activity supplies are reserved for students, but adults can follow along if their child is participating or download the booklet pdf and watch videos on our website.
If you are interested in utilizing E ʻIke Hou iā Lānaʻi program material, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org