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Young scholars explore Hawaiian plants. In this Hawaii culture and botany lesson, students plant the haha(stem) of a taro plant. Young scholars listen to Hawaiian myths about the taro plant and chorally speak a Hawaiian chant of protection. Students chart the growth of their plant and make text-to-world connections about the importance of taro in ancient and modern Hawaiian culture.