Culture Activities

Food & Hawaiian Culture

Food provides nourishment for our bodies, but it can also be used as a way to inspire creativity! This activity includes a selection of traditional Hawaiian foods and a separate sheet to make a personalized menu and sketch your own meal!

Hawaiian Food Menu

Take a look at our menu to view a handful of traditional Hawaiian dishes!

Hawaiian Food Menu

Create your own Hawaiian dish!

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Fish Of Hawaii Podcast

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Plants in Hawai‘i can be separated into two main types: native and non-native.

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Across the Pacific Ocean, islands are often composed of volcanic rock, providing the very foundation to support life on land in the midst of the largest ocean on the planet. 

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Earth Day is a day set aside to recognize the importance of taking care of our planet, or as we call it in Hawaiʻi, mālama hōnua (taking care of the earth).

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“Kōlea and the Chief’s Cloak” by Alice Guild Narrated by Bishop Museum Education Staff Member, Kaʻehu.

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Voyaging In The Pacific Podcast

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