January 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
| Volume 13, Issue 6
February 2007 Theme
Theme: Aloha, Cub Scouts
Scholar & Engiineer
Tiger Cub Activities
This is an Hawaiian website (Think Blue and Gold). Daily Celebrations features original writing, artwork, and photographs, with thousands of special celebrations that have been researched, written, edited, and indexed to motivate, educate, and inspire. Please take your time... look around... and enjoy!
Aloha means love... Daily Celebrations is a lei of aloha, guided by my (the webmaster’s) life's experiences and my heart...
This would have been great for invent a Reason to Celebrate. Listings of all sorts of daily reasons and things to celebrate.
Host an Authentic Hawaiian Luau Anywhere!
A collection of many things Hawaiian for your use – theHost an Authentic Hawaiian Luau Anywhere! Article is particularly timely and useful. Just clip what you need.
The following website list provided by –
Carol Little, CS RT Commissioner
American Elm District, Black Swamp Area Counicil
Want to learn about more Hawaiian games go to http://gamesmuseum.uwaterloo.ca/Archives/Culin/Hawaii1899/games/index.html
There’s 91 games with commentary about the games.
How about making Kapa cloth printing or Lau (leaf) printing or Lauhala weaving for your Blue and Gold decorations. Check out
Another game called “ulu maika is interesting for all ages. You roll a stone through 2 stakes. See http://library.thinkquest.org/J0110077/ulumaika.htm
Want to make a lei? This site makes it easy for children.
Check out http://www.hisurf.com/hawaiian/dictionary.htmlif you’d like to find out the translation of an English word to Hawaiian or check out http://www.hisurf.com/hawaiian/names.html
know you Hawaiian name.
Want to be able to write with Hawaiian fonts.
Check out http://www.olelo.hawaii.edu/
To really see the some real cool marine animals check out
See the turtle tracking and see a cam of their aquarium.
To learn more about the culture and history check out
Interested in Astronomy check out
http://www.ifa.hawaii.edu/users/steiger/introduction.html and http://www.scoutsonline.com/pack464/stars.htm
for a Star party. This Pack also participates in JOTA/JOTI so get ready to connect in Oct. Check out what the weather is like while at this site.
What a Luau with out a The Hawaiian Coconut Egg Tutorial's from
Can you believe this is a coconut shell and it has some Super Sculpey clay added. Think of these decorating your tables at the Blue and Gold and then using them later for a treasure chest?
Help Hawaii preserve their endangered species at
For corporate America go Hawaiian and learn team building games at
Time for the great party the Luau!! to get the lay of the land go to http://www.hisurf.com/Luau/
The menu for your luau.
While in Maui, I got to check out
http://www.hilohattie.com/items.cfm?catid=22&objectgroup_id=446 and got a cool Sarong and a Hawaiian T-shirt.
This is my favorite place for T-shirst from Hawaii http://www.crazyshirts.com/ whether it’s the North Shore pipeline, surfboards or Kona Jacks label you can find THE t-shirt here BRO!
Want Hawaiian music for your Luau. Check out online Radio stations from the islands.
http://www.kwxx.com/ 94.7 101.5 FM Kona
For Hawaii State Symbols:
state bird (Nene) [activity worksheet]
state flower (Yellow Hibiscus) [activity worksheet]
state bird and state flower coloring page
Hawaii Theme Luau Games at
Roundtable Resource Website (not Hawaiian)
My friend, Karen, from Jersey Shore council, has put up a great resource website for her Roundtable. Check it out for yourself. -
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