TIPS FOR KEEPING CHILDREN’S EYES HEALTHY By Dr. Colleen Ichiyama-Kong We do everything with our eyes on a daily basis. Our eyes are the windows to our world. Here are some tips for keeping your child’s eyes healthy: TiP #1: Get annual eye exams. If your child has not had[Read more]
Community engagement is vital to a school’s success. Kalama Intermediate, which has a geographic boundary spanning from Ke‘anae to Kēōkea, designs its curriculum based on the needs of the diverse communities that make up its student body in order to provide educational opportunities that are relevant and strengthen students’ sense[Read more]
If you have a daydreamer in your family, count yourself lucky! Daydreamers are able to tune out noise and hang in their own personal space for as long as they are allowed. This is a talent in today’s busy, media-centric world. However, in social situations such as school, where being[Read more]
Perhaps a better way to talk about positive discipline is how to create the behavior patterns you want using positive strategies. Developmentally, your child is wired to please you, and you want to use your positive, connected relationship to help create trust as a basis for shaping your child’s behavior.[Read more]
Blue Zones Project facebook.com/bzpmaui BZP Cooking Demo Queen Kaʻahumanu Center, Center Stage Second Friday of the Month (except December) 6:00-7:30pm BZP cooking demos feature a local chef preparing plant-based dishes. Free samples and prizes available. Maui Arts & Cultural Center 242-SHOW New Shanghai Circus Saturday, JANUARY 19 4:00 & 7:00[Read more]
What young person isn’t spilling over with enthusiasm for physical movement, especially when the motivation to move is all about fun, participation and being a part of that which brings joy? Let’s face it. Given the opportunity, we’d all prefer to be in that mode every waking hour. Ah, but[Read more]
Promote Growth & Treat Thinning Hair: Eggs and Olive Oil Regardless if it’s age-related hair loss or thin hair in general, this mask may reduce hair loss and encourage thicker, faster growth. Eggs are packed with hair-healthy nutrients like protein, minerals, and several B-vitamins. This combination nourishes hair follicles and[Read more]
New Shanghai Circus Saturday, JANUARY 19 4:00 & 7:00 pm Sunday, JANUARY 20 2:00 & 5:00 pm Monday, JANUARY 21 2:00 pm China’s most daring acrobats, jugglers, balance artists, and contortionists return to Maui for the year’s grandest family spectacular. These highly skilled, rigorously trained and multitalented acrobats will enthrall[Read more]
There are two public aerial fireworks displays this year: One from an offshore barge at the Grand Wailea Resort; and the other at the Four Seasons Resort Lānaʻi. Both shows begin at approximately 11:59 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. The County of Maui’s Department of Fire and Public Safety provided[Read more]
Maui Family Weekend Guide. Find out what family friendly events are happening this weekend!
The new year and making resolutions go hand-in-hand. If you are looking to improve your life in 2019, here are some suggestions on how to reach your goals.
Jumpstart Joy for the New Year “For happiness, one needs security, but joy can spring like a flower even from the cliffs of despair” (Anne Morrow Lindbergh). There’s a distinct difference between “happiness” and “joy,” for as Lindbergh said, one can retain joy even amidst trial and despair, whereas happiness[Read more]