Moloka‘i Middle School – Ho‘opili Program: September 23-24, 2015
Students at Molokai Middle School participated with the Mālama ʻĀina Foundation's Hoʻopili Program on September 23rd and 24th. Student were learning about how different objects in the solar system travel around each other. Specifically, regarding the constellation of Makaliʻi and it's importance to Makahiki season.
Left Photo: Students in this picture are using their iPads to take pictures of models that they created out of natural materials to represent each of the 4 seasons. Right Photo: Here you can see students working together to create a short video demonstrating how the Earth's position and tilt on it's axis create our different seasons.
The students pictured here have designed their own Solar System Game where they are acting as moons to protect their planet for astroid attacks. In the Solar System game students act and follow the rules of how objects in our Solar System travel around the sun.