A Hawaiian “Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes” Song

Hawaiian Language Version of:

HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES, and TOES

Lyrics + Pronunciations

POʻO
(poh•oh)

 

POʻOHIWI
(poh•oh-hee-vee)

 

KULI
(coo-lee)

 

MANAMANAWĀWAE
(mah-nah-mah-nah-vaah-vye)

 

**BRIDGE**

 

MAKA
(mah-kah)

 

PEPEIAO
(peh-peh-yao)

 

WAHA
(vah-hah)

 

IHU
(ee-hoo)

 

 

 

 

We hope you enjoyed our Hawaiian version of Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes!! Itʻs been one of our most requested learning videos and we were thrilled to be able to create this classic nursery rhyme to help teach ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi in a fun and engaging way. Please be sure to share our Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes video with your friends and ʻOhana, too. Also, if you havenʻt already, Subscribe to our email newsletter to receive updates on when we release new music videos and more fun FREE printables and coloring pages!! We truly appreciate your support and Aloha!!

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A Hawaiian Parts-of-the-Face Song

“A Hawaiian Parts-of-the-Face Song”

Learn how to say “Nose, Eyes, Ears, and Mouth” in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

Lyrics + Pronunciations

IHU
( ee-hoo )

MAKA
( mah-kah )

PEPEIAO
( peh-peh-yao )

WAHA
( bah-hah )

BONUS WORD: 

ALO ( ah-loh )  =  FACE

 

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A Hawaiian Fingers & Toes Song

“A Hawaiian FINGERS & TOES Song”

Lyrics + Pronunciations

EIA KOʻU MAU MANAMANALIMA
(ay-ee-ah   koh•oo   mah-oo  mah-nah-mah-nah-lee-mah)
These are my fingers

MA KOʻU MAU LIMA
(mah  koh•oo  mah-oo  lee-mah)
On my hands

EIA KOʻU MAU MANAMANAWĀWAE
(ay-ee-ah  koh•oo  mah-oo   mah-nah-mah-nah-vah-vye)
These are my toes

MA KOʻU MAU WĀWAE
(mah koh•oo mah-oo vah-vye)
On my feet

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A Hawaiian Nursery Rhyme • Row Your Boat

“A Hawaiian Nursery Rhyme”

It is with great joy that we create these fun and entertaining learning videos for you and your ʻOhana! Not only are we helping to perpetuate ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi for our own keiki, but we are proud to be sharing it for people from all walk of life, around the world. It is imperative in this day and age to share the sacredness of indigenous cultures and we are honored to be a part of that mission.

We hope you enjoy our Hawaiian versions of these classic childrensʻ songs, like this translation of Row, Row, Row Your Boat and our previously posted version of Twinkle, Twinkle Little StarSince children learn so well through music, we felt this was the best way to familiarize them with ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi in a fun and colorful way!

We have many more exciting learning videos on the way, so stay tuned and be sure to grab your FREE LEARNING GUIDE that includes 7 printable pages of fun facts, activity pages, and the lyrics + translation of this videoʻs song: E Hoe Kou Moku.  🙂

 

Lyrics + Pronunciations:

E Hoe, Hoe, Hoe Kou Moku
(eh ho-eh ho-eh ho-eh koh-ooh moh-koo )

Hele Mālie,
(heh-leh mah-lee-eh)

ʻOli, ʻOli, ʻOli, ʻOli,
(oh-lee oh-lee oh-lee oh-lee)

Huakaʻi ē
(hoo-ah-kuh•ee eh)

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WHATʻS YOUR FAVORITE FAMILY ACTIVITY?

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A Hawaiian Lullaby • Twinkle Little Star

“A Hawaiian Lullaby”

Lyrics + Pronunciations

HŌKŪʻIMOʻIMO LĀ
(hoh-koo•ee-moh•ee-moh lah)

HIA WAU I KOU AKA
(hee-ah vow ee koh-ooh ah-kah)

LANA AʻE I KA LEWA
(lah-nah ah•eh ee kah leh-vah)

HE HULILI POʻOKELA
(hey hoo-lee-lee poh•oh-keh-lah)

HŌKŪʻIMOʻIMO LA
(hoh-koo•ee-moh•ee-moh lah)

HIA WAU I KOU AKA
(hee-ah vow ee koh-ooh ah-kah)

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Do you know the names of the 4 Hawaiian Star-Lines featured in our video?

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WHATʻS YOUR FAVORITE HAWAIIAN STAR-LINE?

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Hawaiian Colors

Learn the HAWAIIAN COLORS in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

Enjoy this colorful learning video with Keola-of-the-Fishponds and his little bird friend, Kolea, as they explore the Hawaiian Colors in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi…

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THE HAWAIIAN COLORS :

WHITE      –     KEʻOKEʻO    (keh • oh-keh • oh)

BLACK      –     ʻELEʻELE     (eh-leh • eh-leh)

RED           –     ʻULAʻULA     (ooh-lah • ooh-lah)

BLUE         –      POLŪ    (poh-loo)

YELLOW    –     MELEMELE    (meh-leh-meh-leh)

ORANGE   –     ʻALANI     (ah-lah-nee)

PURPLE     –     PONI     (poh-nee)

GREEN       –    ʻŌMAʻOMAʻO    (oh-mah • oh-mah •oh)

 

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Hawaiian Colors in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

 

FUN FACT:  The Hawaiian term for colors is Nā Waihoʻoluʻu  (nah  vye-hoh • oh-loo • ooh), which also means “dyes.” Hawaiians dyed their Kapa (kah-pah), cloth made from the fibrous bark of the Wauke (vow-keh) plant, with various berries, leaves, and roots.

 

BONUS WORD:

PINK  >>   ʻĀKALA    (ah-kah-lah)

 

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Hawaiian Numbers

Learn the Hawaiian Numbers 1-10
in ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi

Keiki of all ages will enjoy this soothing, lullaby-style Learning Video featuring the Hawaiian Numbers 1-10,  plus 10 Endemic Hawaiian Fish…

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Hawaiian Numbers 1-10

1  –  ‘Ekahi     (eh-kah-hee)

2  –  ‘Elua       (eh-loo-ah)

3  –  ‘Ekolu     (eh-koh-loo)

4  –  ‘Ehā        (eh-haah)

5  –  ‘Elima     (eh-lee-mah)

6  –  ‘Eono      (eh-oh-noh)

7  –  ‘Ehiku     (eh-hee-koo)

8  –  ‘Ewalu     (eh-vah-loo)

9  –  ‘Eiwa       (eh-ee-vah)

10  –  ‘Umi      (ooh-mee)

 

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BONUS WORD:
IʻA  (ee-ah)  =  FISH
Hawaiian Numbers - Palani Fish

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