Online Courses

Registration and Login

Courses are all FREE but we ask you to register so we can track progress. The first lesson in the SOIL class is OPEN for viewing without registration. We are supported by donors and the County of Maui. If you have not registered yet, please register below.

After you register, in about 15 minutes or less, you will get a registration email with your ID and password. You can login below. Please change your password when you first access the system.

We encourage you to enroll a friend or share this resource with others.

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Our Goals

  1. Provide garden-based learning that teachers can incorporate into their classes (remote, blended or face-to-face).
  2. Provide high value video lessons for students that meet science-based standards.
  3. Incorporate what makes Hawaiʻi unique including growing, soil, Hawaiian plants and also incorporates our values and culture.
  4. Give students, whether at home, in classroom or school garden setting, great activities that reinforce the importance of knowing about where our food comes from and regenerative agriculture. We encourage outdoor activities.
  5. Growing Some Good!
Free

SOIL for Grades K-2

Soil is important because it feeds us! Donʻt treat your Soil like Dirt! Soil is made up of minerals, water, air and organic matter. Letʻs learn about how we can support our soil.

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Free

SOIL for grades 3-5

Soil is the heart of what we eat. Learn about soil, compost, the food web and erosion.

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Free

SOIL for Grades 6-8

Soil is the foundation for everything that grows and everything we eat. This course for grades 6-8 goes into the ecosystem of soil and how we improve it and our planet.

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Free

PLANT SCIENCE for Grades K-2

Soil is important because it feeds us! Donʻt treat your Soil like Dirt! Soil is made up of minerals, water, air and organic matter. Letʻs learn about how we can support our soil.

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Free

PLANT SCIENCE for Grades 3-5

Letʻs learn about plants! What are the parts of the plants? What varieties of plants are there? What is a plantʻs lifecycle and how are pollinators so important.

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Free

PLANT SCIENCE for Grades 6-8

We learn so much science by understanding the plants, their life cyles, photosynthesis and pollinators.

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Free

Kumu Mea Kanu: Garden Kits (Grades K-2)

Letʻs learn about plants! What are the parts of the plants? What varieties of plants are there? What is a plantʻs lifecycle?

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Free

Kumu Mea Kanu: Garden Kits (Grades 3-5)

Letʻs learn about plants! What are the parts of the plants? What varieties of plants are there? What is a plantʻs lifecycle and how are pollinators so important.

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Free

Kumu Mea Kanu: Garden Kits (Grades 6-8)

Letʻs learn about plants! What are the parts of the plants? What varieties of plants are there? What is a plantʻs lifecycle and how are pollinators so important.

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Framework — Released as we develop

Course TopicGrade K-2Grades 3-5Grades 6-8
SOIL
Lesson 1: What is Soil? AvailableAvailableAvailable
Lesson 2: CompostAvailableAvailableAvailable
Lesson 3: Food WebAvailableAvailableAvailable
Lesson 4: ErosionAvailableAvailableAvailable
PLANT SCIENCE(2nd Qtr Release)
Lesson 1: Plant PartsAvailableAvailableAvailable
Lesson 2: Plant Life CycleAvailableAvailableAvailable
Lesson 3: PhotosynthesisAvailableAvailableAvailable
Lesson 4: PollinatorsAvailableAvailableAvailable
HAWAIIAN CULTURE and PLANTS(3rd Qtr Release)
Lesson 1: Canoe CropsPlannedPlannedPlanned
Lesson 2: Native and Endemic PlantsPlannedPlannedPlanned
Lesson 3: Moon CalendarPlannedPlannedPlanned
Lesson 4: Sense of PlacePlannedPlannedPlanned
NUTRITION(4th Quarter Release)
Lesson 1: Food OriginsPlannedPlannedPlanned
Lesson 2: Food Pyramid (Hawaiʻi Style) PlannedPlannedPlanned
Lesson 3: Nutrition APlannedPlannedPlanned
Lesson 4: Nutrition BPlannedPlannedPlanned

Feedback and Support

Online Courses

We very much appreciate your comments and feedback.  We want to make garden-learning as easy for everyone as possible.  Please feel free to make suggestions and share student outcomes.   

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Login FAQ

I forgot my password, can you reset for me?  Please use the “I forgot my password” on the login page.  It is all automated and we donʻt know your password.   If needed, send a note to support and our support staff can reset for you however that may take up to 24 hours.

Change Your Password

To change your password, mouse-over the top right area where it says “Howdy, Your Name”.  Select Edit Profile.  You’ll be taken to a page where about 2/3 down you can reset your password.  Make sure to “Save Profile” at the bottom.  Then select your browser back button to go back to the page you were on. 

Registration FAQ

You need to register using this form.  It will take up to 15 minutes for you to get email confirmation.   If you do not receive confirmation within that time,  please send a note to support and weʻll take care of you as soon as possible.

If you want to enroll all your students, send a list of emails using the support form to right, and weʻll enroll them within 24 hours.  You and each student will receive an email confirmation.  Note: For Kit activities, students do not need to register.  

New Content Notifications

Can I get notified when new content is available?

Weʻre still working on this!  Coming soon.  It will show up in your content list. 

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