Check out what the ʻIolani Palaceʻs website has to offer! They are providing fun arts and crafts activities to help the keiki learn more about Hawaiian Culture. These include a coloring sheet, a quilt activity and royal order creation!
Kaitlyn Kamalei Brandon is the Founder of an organization called Colorful Pages that aims to explore multicultural literature to cultivate cultural empowerment and cross-cultural empathy in the keiki. Check out one of her book lists that features diverse Asian American and Pacific Islander history! You can visit that page here.
Kamehameha Schools and Arizona State University partnered together to create a series of innovative virtual huakaʻi (field trips) grounded in Hawaiian Culture-Based Education, seamlessly integrating STEM and ʻāina (land) based learning. Kahaluʻu Ma Kai in Kona is the first site in the series. Visit their site here.