Tips for Keeping Children’s Eyes Healthy

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailTIPS 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[Read more]

Tips to Avoid Power Struggles with Your Child

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailA child asserting herself is a normal part of development; at younger ages it can be a way of a child developing a sense of herself apart from her parents, or at older ages, developing more independent thinking.  Often this behavior is the outward sign of an underlying issue[Read more]

How to Teach Your Keiki Good Manners

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailHow to Teach Your Keiki Good Manners Imagine you are sitting down to a nice family dinner out, the restaurant is bustling and then your little seven year old lets out a huge belch. You are mortified, and he is laughing. Now, this can happen even to the best of[Read more]

Do You Have Homework?

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailDo You Have Homework? Homework!  Is it a dreaded word in your home? It can be if your child has a unique learning style and needs extra help to stay on task.  Having been in school all day, working hard in academics and social skills, and then coming home[Read more]

Raising a Good Listener

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailBy Kiegan Blake How do you teach your child to be a good listener…especially in these times of instant technology & multi-tasking? The key is to carve out time each day for face-to-face interaction with your child. Being a good listener involves: Being calm, which promotes attention and availability to[Read more]

Homework Help: 10 Smart Tips to Make Homework Stress-Free

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailHomework Help: 10 Smart Tips to Make Homework Stress-Free 1. Feed the brain. Give your student a healthy snack of carrots and cucumbers, or hummus and pita. Fuel their brains and then move on to tip #2. 2. Get it out of the way. Getting homework out of the[Read more]

Parent Teacher Communication

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailTeacher-parent conferences are short and offer you only a few minutes to talk to one of the most important adults in your child’s life. So what parent teacher conference questions do you ask? Or perhaps you should let the teacher lead? Think of a parent-teacher conference much like an[Read more]

Creating a Learning Space for Your Keiki

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailCreating a Learning Space for Your Keiki Creating a space dedicated to your child’s learning keeps things neat and organized and helps your keiki focus while hitting the books. Having a learning space doesn’t have to mean a dedicated room or even a desk. If you are small on[Read more]

Making Sense of Adolescence

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailTweens, teens, adolescents, youths. Whatever you call them, the young people in our lives going through the transition from childhood to adulthood called adolescence can be confusing, amusing and downright frustrating at times. But when you consider that the emotions and behaviors they display are common for kids their[Read more]

Maui District Television

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemail Maui District Television (MDT) produces short documentaries, live performances, and talk shows for the Hawaii State Department of Education’s television channel. Its mission is to engage, inform and inspire the community with stories from Maui County’s public elementary, middle and high schools. Some of the stories it has[Read more]

Creating Halloween Memories

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemailCreating Halloween Memories Traditions are fun and they create memories, and they also help you with the planning process. Traditions during Halloween are no different. Here are some easy ways to start Halloween traditions and help you with the planning. 1. Head to the dentist. Yup, the dentist. Halloween[Read more]

Favorite New Apps

Share this…FacebookTwitterPinterestPrintemail Turn screen time into learning time with these cool apps. Back to school can continue at home! 5,4,3,2,1…blast off! Let your little one create rockets while honing his or her STEM (Science Technology Engineering Math) skills. Your child can create a rocket ship AND learn about the solar[Read more]