We are a family-owned native Hawaiian social enterprise, providing quality products and services to:
LOOKING FOR HIGHLY EFFECTIVE, ONLINE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE EDUCATION WITH ALOHA (EA)?
EA E-Learning courses offer fun, interactive, culture-based learning for:
individuals and ʻohana who want to increase their Hawaiian language skills and ʻike kūpuna in the comfort of their home and when it is convenient for them
Hawaiian or Hawaiian-serving businesses, organizations and institutions of learning who want to create an atmosphere of aloha among their staff and/or seek professional development to help their employees better serve native Hawaiians
EA E-Learning courses are accessible anytime and from anywhere with a computer and WIFI
Cards for 808
Da most cherry game for play with ʻohana and friends that will increase your ʻike Hawaiʻi. Guarantee to crack you up! Laugh for hours with our main Cards for 808 and our four Extension Packs, including our brand new Kolohe Extension Pack, for our "mature" players.
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Approved DOE Vendor
Looking for Hawaiian language and culture online courses for your students that can be accessed anytime, anywhere? Contact us to learn more about how we can create customized courses that meet your schoolʻs needs. Kū-A-Kanaka LLC is an Approved DOE Vendor.
PD for Educators
World-class in-person and online professional development focusing on how to integrate our research-based Pedagogy of Aloha into your classroom and/or online teaching. Customized culture-based trainings available for Pre-K to university level. Ideal for schools with high concentrations of native Hawaiians.
"Kanaka Kitchen was special and nourishing for me and my spirit. Mahalo nui no ka ʻike ʻono! Helping normalize our language in these kinds of settings helps us all heal - together. This workshop was special beyond words.
- Manulani Meyer, Ed.D. Konohiki, University of Hawaii West Oʻahu
"The wildly popular Dr. Kū Kahakalau taught us the importance of Hawaiian proverbs and their importance to the basic method methods and principles of Indigenous research"
- Lori Lambert, Ph.D. President American Indian Research Association
From aloha ʻāina to hosting camps and conferences, we have always worked together as an ʻohana. Therefore it was only fitting to start a family owned and operated social enterprise to serve our community and lāhui.