Na Wa'a o Ka Wa Kahiko me Na Wa'a o Keia Ao
Second graders research and discuss how traditional canoes were made and changed over time, identify parts of the canoe using Hawaiian and English vocabulary, and compare and contrast traditional and contemporary canoes.
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