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Baloo's Bugle

January 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 13, Issue 6
February 2007 Theme

Theme: Aloha, Cub Scouts
Webelos: Scholar & Engiineer
Tiger Cub
Activities

GATHERING ACTIVITIES

Note on Word Searches, Word Games, Mazes and such – In order to make these items fit in the two column format of Baloo’s Bugle they are shrunk to a width of about 3 inches.  Your Cubs probably need bigger pictures.  You can get these by copying and pasting the picture from the Word version or clipping the picture in the Adobe (.pdf) version and then enlarging to page width.  CD

Hawaiian Words
St Louis Area Council

Materials:

  • Print the following words onto 3-by-5 cards.
  • Place the cards on objects you have gathered and places in your meeting area.
  • Invite boys to go around the room and guess how to say each word and what it means.

Table                               Pakaukau

Chair                                    Noho

Flag                                        Hae

Boy                               Keiki kane

Book                                     Puke

Scissors                                 ‘Upa

Paper                                     Pepa

Window                         Pukaaniani

Door                                     Puka

Floor                                Papahele

Hand                                     Lima

Shoe                                  Kama‘a

Coat                                     Kuka

Toothbrush                    Palaki hino

Hawaiian Word Search
San Gabriel Valley-Long Beach Area-Laguna Hills Councils
Created by: Julie Byler Carlson

Find the Hawaiian words printed in bold in the word search below.  They could be vertical, horizontal or diagonal and either backward or forward.  

Aloha                            Luau                         Mahalo

Hale                               Ahi                       Pomaikai

Hoale                          Anuenue                           Mau

Loa                            Aka Aka                  Halakahiki

Poi                               Kapu                             Hula

Kane                            Ukeleli

Kamehameha Crossword
Alapaha Area Council

Use these words to complete the crossword

ALI’I                          DAVIS                GRANDSON

HAWAIIAN               ISLANDS          KA’AHUMANU

KAMEHAMEHA        KOHALA                   KOKOIKI

NU’UANU                 PADDLE                      PAI’EA

Across

1.   His name means "The Lonely One."

4.   Kamehameha the Great unified the __________ Islands.

5.   Kamehameha I's childhood name. It means "hard-shelled crab."

8.   Englishman Isaac _________ later became a trusted advisor to Kamehameha I.

9.   Kamehameha V, who was the ____________ of Kamehameha I, established King Kamehameha Day in 1871.

11.At the Battle of _________, O'ahu warriors were driven over the pali (cliff).

12.A Hawaiian priest.

Down

1.   Kamehameha I was born in ____________, on the island of Hawaii.

2.   Kamehameha I's favorite wife.

3.   On the Hawaiian flag, the stripes represent the 8 main __________.

6.   The Law of the Splintered __________ protected the weak from the strong.

7.   The name of the star, meaning "little blood," that appeared in the sky when Kamehameha was born.

10.A Hawaiian chief.

Where Is It?
Great Salt Lake Council

On which island will you find the following Hawaiian cities (write their names in the boxes below):

Makena          Poipu                 Hilo                   Laie

Haiku             Hawi              Kalaupapa            Pahoa

Waikane         Poipu                Kailua            Punaluu

Mana            Milolii             Honolulu


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