Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park in Hawaiʻi is an ideal place to study water on the Big Island of Hawaiʻi from both at cultural and scientific standpoint. This Water Cycle game is based on “The Incredible Journey” activity developed at the University of Montana that is now part of the Project WET curriculum. We have adapted it for the west side of the Big Island of Hawaiʻi. The activity teaches students how a droplet of water moves through the water cycle. We recommend doing this activity after “The Waters of Kāne” activity.
Waters of Kāne Dice Game Resources
- Dice Game Instructions
- Student Game Card – it is recommended that these be laminated so they can be reused
- Station Cards – here are the station cards if you want to make your own set
- Dice Images – here are the images that are glued onto the dice if you want to make your own set – we used 4″ x 4″ x 4″ white mailing boxes that can be folded together
Other Useful Resources
- Anchialine Pools STEM Kit
- Kaloko-Honokōhau 3D Paper Model
- Waters of Kāne Clever Catch Game
- The Waters of Kaloko-Honokōhau Self-Guided Nature Trail Guide
- Electrical Conductivity Backpack
- Schoolyard Water Budget STEM Kit
- Kaloko-Honokōhau Reference Materials
Borrowing the Waters of Kāne Dice Game
Kona, Hawaiʻi Educators should contact the park to make arrangements. To help us evaluate the usefulness of this activity, please complete the Educator Feedback Survey after returning the supplies to the park.
For more information about this activity, contact Andrew Warnock.