Sie sind auf Seite 1von 24

Camp

Mokuleia

By: Monroe Eads, Kai Teranishi-Guay, Henry


Payne, Lucy Will, Payton Tachino & Noah Lum
All about our classes camp experience

CHAPTER 1

All about the Kukui Plant


By Henry Payne

Kukui Nut Fire

Torches (kukui nuts wrapped in leaves on top of a pole)

If you're going to
make a fire, a kukui
nut fire would be a
good fire to make. A
kukui nut fire has
many uses. For one,
it can last long beFlaming kukui nut
cause of the natural
oil inside of it. If
you flip the kukui nut while it's flaming, it will last
longer. This way each nut can last a few minutes. Secondly, the smoke doesn't make your eyes burn and repels mosquitos. It also has a nice smell. Before you burn
the nut, you have to crack it open. If you have coconut
husk, you can put it on top of the fire and the black
smoke will create tattooing ink because of the black
smoke at the top of the kukui fire.

Helps make fishing easier (makes water clearer)


When eaten raw it can be used as a laxative
Jewelry: kukui nuts strung together (as seen below)

Fun fact: You may be


tempted to eat a kukui nut. If
you do, you will probably
like it because of the natural
oil inside. However, much of
this oil will make you ill, so
you shouldn't eat them.

Did you
know
that it
was the
kids job
to tend the kukui nut fire?

Many Uses
The kukui plant can be used for many things:

Kukui nuts have a certain preparation to them. First


you have to cut the fruit (as shown on the left) open,
then you have to crack the nuts open, and then you take

Oiling bowls to make them waterproof


Oiling runners on a holua sled to make it go faster
2

the outside off to get to the oil. For a look inside a kukui
nut, look to the left.

CHAPTER 2

Salad: heathy food

By Noah Lum

At camp, there was a big


salad bar with a wide selection of things including: Croutons, different vegetables, and
more! Here is a preview on
what was in the salad that we
ate at camp.

By Kai Teranishi-Guay

CHAPTER 3

How to make smores

How to make a s'more

Step two: Roast your marshmallow

Food Ingredients: - Chocolate bar

Step three: Get a graham cracker with a piece of chocolate on it and quickly but carefully and place another
cracker on top.

-!

Graham crackers

-!

Marshmallows

What you need: Fire, skewer or any stick (wooden or


medal)

!
!
!

Step one: Put a marshmallow on a stick

Marshmallow roasting: There are two ways to roast


your marshmallow. Huli huli style, which is putting a
nice golden brown on the marshmallow. Or you can do
inferno style, which is making it catch on fire so it is
charred.
7

!
!
!

!
!
!

!
!

!
!

!
!

Now enjoy!! !
!
!
!
!
!
!
!
!

!
!
!

!
!
!

CHAPTER 4

All about wildlife at

This is some tips and information about Camp Mokuleia

Did you know that Mokule`ia means land of abundance? At camp Mokule`ia there is a mess hall
and there is a beach and a forest right be hind the
beach. In the forest there are scorpions, rolypolies, cockroaches, and much, much more at
camp you sleep in cabins in the cabins there are
bunk beds.

ous to humans. Most people think rolly pollies are


bugs but they arent their terrestrial crustaceans.

At the beach there are turtles and crabs but if you


don't bother the sea creatures they won't bother
you. If you want to dig a hole then look around
you for crab holes and if you find a crab and put it
in the water because they need to stay moist but if
doesn't want to in the water then don't try to look
for it.
At camp there's a forest and if you dont bother
the creatures they wont bother you nature is curious and wonderful so dont tamper with it.
Did you know that rolly pollies can be bright blue
and purple when the have a diseases where a crystal grows in there exoskeleton but its not danger-

CHAPTER 5

Smores: The Classic Campfire Dessert


By: Noah Lum

10

11

CHAPTER 6

How to play Trogg ball


By: Payton Tachino

12

How to play Trogg ball


Things you need: Footwear, soft dodge balls, lots of people

1. First you should spread out so you have enough


room to play.
2. When you get a ball try to hit someone.
Note: One strategic way to hit someone is to get them
from behind so they cannot see you. Another way is to
run fast and hit the opponent in the legs
3. If the opponent is chasing you, run fast enough so
they can't hit you.
4. If you are trapped between two people, you can by
making them throw it at the same time at you and
you duck under and run away then hopefully they
hit each other

5. Dont forget to have fun!

13

CHAPTER 7

All About
the beach
naupaka
plant
By: Lucy Will

14

All About The Naupaka Plant``

of environment, it can also be planted almost anywhere


such as beaches, roadsides, and forests. Naupaka like
humid places like Hawai'i. If you go to the beach, you
will almost certainly find a Naupaka.

Most people don't know much about Naupaka seeds


but like everything, it is more than what meets the eye.
For example, if you didn't have any food or water then
you could squeeze a Naupaka seed and let the water
that is inside of it dribble into you mouth. It tastes bitter
but it's better that nothing.

Besides a source of food and water, the Naupaka has


other uses too. It is commonly used to prevent coastal
erosion. It is also planted to protect other plants from
the salt spray. Polynesian, Asian and a few other cultures use Naupaka for traditional medicine. It is sometimes used in antibiotics as well.

Naupaka can grow up to about 4 meters tall! They like


to grow close to the ocean in the sandy soil. The leaves
are slightly succulent so that the plant can hold lots of
water. The leaves are about 20 cm. long and are soft on
the underside. It has a yellowish-greenish color and the
seeds and flowers are white. The seeds are only white if
they are ripe to drink. The flowers bloom year round
and have a fan-like shape. The seeds and flowers float
in the ocean. This makes it possible for the seeds to
grow in many different areas. The seeds travel via
ocean to other states or continents if the area has the
right soil and environment.

Naupaka is a plant with many secrets and these are just


a few of them.

Naupaka like to grow right on the coast in sandy or pebbly soil. It is very salt tolerant, meaning that the salt
doesn't hurt it. Although the Naupaka prefer this kind

15

Gazoombutt
Is a creature that looks similar to iron-man and discovered fire. Some Gazoombutts became
part of the pinao warriors!

Related Glossary Terms


Holua Sled, Trogg

Index

Find Term

Holua Sled
A wooden grass sled used for grass or gravel.

Related Glossary Terms


Gazoombutt

Index

Find Term

Kukui
A plant that has countless amounts of uses. An introduced canoe plant.

Related Glossary Terms


Drag related terms here

Index

Find Term

Nard
A Gazoombutt that is a pinao warrior. He is our class gazoombutt

Related Glossary Terms


Drag related terms here

Index

Find Term

Naupaka
A mountain and/or ocean plant that only has half a flower. (See Hawaiian legend). Has
many uses for all parts of the plant.

Related Glossary Terms


Drag related terms here

Index

Find Term

Smores
A classic campfire dessert that includes a roasted marshmallow, a piece of chocolate, two graham crackers.

Related Glossary Terms


Drag related terms here

Index

Find Term

Succulent
Something juicy, or rich

Related Glossary Terms


Drag related terms here

Index

Find Term

Trogg
A Gazoombutt that first became a pinao warrior.

Related Glossary Terms


Gazoombutt

Index

Find Term