Nā Kiʻi ʻŌlelo Noʻeau A Ka Hale Kuamoʻo: Pepa Kala
(For ʻOhana Kula Kaiapuni/Kaiaʻōlelo, Niuolahiki students and community members as well)
- E heluhelu i ka ʻōlelo noʻeau me kāu keiki.
- E hāpai ʻia ka nīnau kikoʻī/hoʻokūkū o lalo nei no ka ʻōlelo noʻeau o kēia pule a e kamaʻilio ʻia ka manaʻo.
- E kala kāu keiki i ke kiʻi a e paʻi kiʻi ʻia.
- E kākau i ka manaʻo i kamaʻilio ʻia me ke keiki a e hoʻolele ʻia ia manaʻo a me ke kiʻi ma kāu moʻolelo Instagram, a i ʻole, ma ka laina manawa o kāu Instagram.
- E kope pū i nā hoa e komo pū mai a me mākou nō hoʻi i hiki ke ʻike a e kaʻana hou aku.
E nānā i nā Lula Hoʻokūkū Kūhelu ma ʻaneʻi.
- Read the Hawaiian proverb with your keiki.
- Ask the specific/contest question below in regard to the Hawaiian proverb of this week and have a conversation about it.
- Have your keiki color the picture and take a photo of it.
- Write about what was discussed with your keiki and post it along with the picture on your Instagram story or on your timeline.
- Tag your friends to join in and tag us too so that we can see and share it.
See Official Contest Rules here.
E hoʻolele a kaʻana mai i kā ʻoukou kiʻi pau i ke kala ʻia me mākou:
Post and share your finished art with us:
NO NĀ KEIKI: E PAʻI A E KALA ʻIA KA PDF MA KA HALE:
For Keiki: Print and Color the PDF at Home:
Pepa Kala ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 1 o 10 (9.IV.20)
Hawaiian Proverb Coloring Sheet 1 of 10 (4/9/20)
ʻIKE AKU, ʻIKE MAI, KŌKUA AKU, KŌKUA MAI, PĒLĀ IHOLA KA NOHONA ʻOHANA.
Recognize and be recognized, help and be helped; such is family life.
‘Ōlelo Noʻeau #1200 (Pūkuʻi, 1983)
He aha kekahi laʻana o ke ola o kēia ʻōlelo noʻeau ma kou ʻohana a i ʻole ma kou kaiaulu?
What's an example of this Hawaiian proverb being practiced in your family or in your community?
Pepa Kala ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 2 o 10 (15.IV.20)
Hawaiian Proverb Coloring Sheet 2 of 10 (4/15/20)
I KA ‘ŌLELO NŌ KE OLA, I KA ‘ŌLELO NŌ KA MAKE.
Life is in speech; death is in speech.
‘Ōlelo Noʻeau #1191 (Pūkuʻi, 1983)
He aha kekahi mau hana e kōkua ai i ke ola o ka ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi?
What are some ways we can help to ensure the survival of our Hawaiian language?
Pepa Kala ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 3 o 10 (22.IV.20)
Hawaiian Proverb Coloring Sheet 3 of 10 (4/22/20)
HE ALIʻI KA ʻĀINA, HE KAUĀ KE KANAKA
The land is a chief; man is its servant.
‘Ōlelo Noʻeau #531 (Pūkuʻi, 1983)
Pehea inā ‘a‘ole kākou mālama i ka ‘āina, he aha ka hopena?
What if we didn't take care of the land, what would happen?
Pepa Kala ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 4 o 10 (29.IV.20)
Hawaiian Proverb Coloring Sheet 4 of 10 (4/29/20)
‘A‘A I KA HULA, WAIHO I KA HILAHILA MA KA HALE
When one wants to dance the hula, bashfulness should be left at home.
‘Ōlelo No‘eau #2 (Pūku‘i, 1983)
Pehea e hoʻohana ʻia ai kēia ʻōlelo noʻeau e paipai iā kākou e hoʻokuluma a kuluma ka ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi?
How can we use this ʻōlelo noʻeau to inspire us to help normalize Hawaiian?
Pepa Kala ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 5 o 10 (6.V.20)
Hawaiian Proverb Coloring Sheet 5 of 10 (5/6/20)
‘A‘OHE PAU KA ʻIKE I KA HĀLAU HOʻOKAHI
All knowledge is not taught in the same school.
‘Ōlelo No‘eau #203 (Pūku‘i, 1983)
He aha kekahi mau kumuwaiwai ʻokoʻa, he mau hālau hoʻi, e ʻohi ʻike ai?
What are some of the different resources where knowledge can be obtained?
Pepa Kala ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 6 o 10 (13.V.20)
Hawaiian Proverb Coloring Sheet 6 of 10 (5/13/20)
HOʻOKAHI NŌ LEO, UA LAWA
One voice is enough.
He aha kekahi mau haʻawina e aʻo ʻia e nā keiki A ME nā mākua mai kēia ʻōlelo noʻeau ma kēia wā koana launa a lāhui paha me ka noho paʻa ʻana ma ka hale?
What are some lessons that keiki AND parents can learn from this ʻōlelo noʻeau during this time of social distancing and remaining in quarantine at home?
Pepa Kala ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 7 o 10 (20.V.20)
Hawaiian Proverb Coloring Sheet 7 of 10 (5/20/20)
HE PUA NO KA WĒKIU
A blossom on the topmost branch.
‘Ōlelo No‘eau #922 (Pūku‘i, 1983)
E koho i kekahi hana kūmau o kēlā lā kēia lā (i laʻana) a e wehewehe mai pehea e hoʻokō ʻia ai ia hana i loaʻa ka ʻōlelo paipai ʻo "He pua no ka wēkiu" iā ʻoe?
Pick one daily task (as an example) and describe how it would be done in order to earn the praise of "He pua no ka wēkiu?"
Pepa Kala ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 8 o 10 (27.V.20)
Hawaiian Proverb Coloring Sheet 8 of 10 (5/27/20)
I ULU NŌ KA LĀLĀ I KE KUMU
The branches grow because of the trunk.
‘Ōlelo No‘eau #1261 (Pūku‘i, 1983)
ʻOiai he mea nui nā kūpuna o kākou, he aha kekahi mau mea e hiki ai ke hana ʻia no ka mālama ʻana i ko kākou mau kūpuna ma kēia wā maʻi ahulau?
Since our kūpuna are so important to us, what are some things that can be done to care for our kūpuna during this pandemic?
Pepa Kala ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 9 o 10 (3.VI.20)
Hawaiian Proverb Coloring Sheet 9 of 10 (6/3/20)
‘A‘OHE PUʻU KIʻEKIʻE KE HOʻĀʻO E PIʻI
No cliff is so tall that it cannot be scaled.
‘Ōlelo No‘eau #209 (Pūku‘i, 1983)
He aha kekahi la‘ana o kekahi hana i pa‘akikī nou, kou ho‘ā‘o a me kou hō‘ea ʻana i kēlā “nu‘u?”
What is an example of how you worked through something that was really difficult and even though you knew it was going to be hard, you went for it and was able to succeed?
Pepa Kala ʻŌlelo Noʻeau 10 o 10 (10.VI.20)
Hawaiian Proverb Coloring Sheet 10 of 10 (6/10/20)
UA LEHULEHU A MANOMANO KA ‘IKENA A KA HAWAIʻI
Great and numerous is the knowledge of the Hawaiians.
‘Ōlelo No‘eau #2814 (Pūku‘i, 1983)
Pehea e hoʻohanohano ʻia ai ka ʻike o ko kākou mau kūpuna i kēia au?
How do we honor the vast knowledge of our kūpuna in these modern times?
NO NĀ MĀKUA: E HOʻOILI A E KALA ʻIA MA KA INSTAGRAM:
For Adults: Download and Color on Instagram:
Pehea E Hoʻohana ʻIa Ai Kā Mākou Mau Kiʻi Kala Instagram:
- E kaomi lōʻihi ma ke kiʻi kala ʻōlelo noʻeau o luna a me kekahi kiʻi kāʻei kua o lalo a e mālama ʻia ia mau kiʻi ma kāu kelepona paʻa lima.
- Ma loko o ka Instagram, e wehe ʻia ka hiʻohiʻona moʻolelo a e koho i ke kiʻi kāʻei kua i hoʻoili ʻia.
- E haʻalele i ka Instagram a e ʻimi i ke kiʻi kala ʻōlelo noʻeau e kala ʻia ana ma "Photos" a e kaomi ma ke kiʻiona "Share" ma ka ʻaoʻao hema o lalo. E koho iā "Copy/Copy Photo" mai nā koho o lalo.
- E hoʻi hou i kāu moʻolelo Instagram a e kaomi i ke kiʻi "Add Sticker" e puka mai ana paha.
- E hoʻokau ʻia ana ke kiʻi kala ʻōlelo noʻeau ma luna o ke kiʻi kāʻei kua. E hoʻololi i ka nui o ke kiʻi kala ʻōlelo noʻeau me kou mau manamana lima a piha ka papa kaumaka me ke kiʻi.
- E kala ʻia aku nō ke kiʻi! (Maikaʻi pū ka hoʻohana ʻia o kekahi peni Stylus inā loaʻa). E kala ʻia ana ma lalo o ke kiʻi kala ʻōlelo noʻeau i hiki ke kala maʻemaʻe ʻia.
- E kaʻana ʻia aku a e kope pū i nā hoa a me mākou nō hoʻi i hiki ke ʻike a e kaʻana hou aku ma @halekuamoo @ahapunanaleo @niuolahiki
How To Use Our Instagram Coloring Sheets:
- Do a "Long Hold" on the Hawaiian proverb coloring picture above and on a color background image below and "Save Image/Save to Phone."
- In Instagram, open your stories and select the color background image you downloaded.
- Go to your Photos app, find the Hawaiian proverb coloring picture and select the “Share” icon in the lower lefthand corner. Select “Copy/Copy Photo” from the options.
- Go back to your Instagram Story and tap on the "Add Sticker" image which should pop up.
- The Hawaiian proverb coloring picture will appear over the background image. Adjust to the size you want with your fingers until the Hawaiian proverb coloring picture fills the screen.
- Color away! (A Stylus pen would be great for this if you have one). The color will be applied under the transparent coloring sheet making it easier to stay in the lines.
Share it and tag your friends to join in and tag us too so we can see at @halekuamoo @ahapunanaleo @niuolahiki
E HOʻOILI ʻIA HE KIʻI KĀʻEI KUA NO KA MOʻOLELO INSTAGRAM
E kaomi lōʻihi ma kekahi kiʻi kāʻei kua o lalo a e mālama ʻia ma kāu kelepona paʻa lima.
DOWNLOAD A BACKGROUND IMAGE FOR INSTAGRAM STORIES
"Long hold" on a background image below and save to phone.