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2005 - 2006 Video Clips
Building Strong Foundations for Young Children

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Streaming Video

The Wisdom of Our Kupuna

A discussion on traditional beliefs and practices of Hawaiians in childrearing and nurturing young children.

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MOV

School Readiness/Transitions

There is a vision that all children in Hawai'i will enter the formal schooling process "ready to learn." What does this mean, and how will this be achieved? How can children and schools better handle the transition of children into the formal schooling process?

Low

MOV

Child Development - The Ages and Stages of Growth and Learning

While not all children develop and grow at the same pace, there are some common benchmarks that indicate a normal pattern of development. What are these key milestones, and how can knowing them help us in giving our children all they need to succeed?

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MOV

Learning and Loving to Read Generally, children spend the first 8 years of their life learning to read, and then spend the rest of their lives reading to learn. Literacy is a foundational skill that will enable all children to succeed, but more than just learning to read, it is important that children love to read.
High

Low

MOV


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