Keiki grades K-6

Fun and educational interactive activities for children grades K-6 located throughout the State Capitol grounds.


Highlights include the three main Big Tents full of booth activities, games and prizes, with special dedicated tents for the McDonald’s, Kaiser Permanente, Kama'aina Kids, Boy Scouts, Bayer, and Queen's Keiki Car Seat Check-Up.

Children zone booths

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Aloun Farms (Booth 15-1,2,3)

Aloun Farms partners with Waipahu High School to provide educational booklets highlighting the importance of local diversified agriculture to visitors. Keiki will have the opportunity to collor in Aloun Farm character pages. Visitors receive a FREE mini pumpkin for completing the activity. The booth will also provide coupons to Aloun Farms 19th Annual Pumpkin Festival on October 12-13, 19-20 & 26-27th 2019 (8:30 am–5:00 pm).

B.R.A.V.E. Hawaii (Booth 31-21)

We will be doing crafts with the kids. Making crowns and coloring. We will also be handing out information on our B.R.A.V.E. Hawaii programs and Miss American Scholar Pageant.

BAYADA (booth 15-23,24)

We will have some games and activities revolved around the franchise of “Star Wars.” This is because the latest installment to the franchise, titled Episode IX releases on December 20, 2019. We will also have some of our employees dress up as various characters from Star Wars.

Bayer (Booth 1)

As a life science company with 150+ years of history, Bayer is dedicated to inventing and delivering innovative products that help make life a little better, because advancing health and nutrition is what we do best and care about most. Applying our knowledge and skills in health care and agriculture for the benefit of people and the planet helps us pursue our purpose:Science for a Better Life. Please visit us at our booth! We will have insect displays, a barn and freed seedlings to give away.

Blue Zones Project (Booth 31-3)

As a health and well-being initiative, we will have fun and active activities for the whole family and promote healthy living through information about physical activity and nutrition.

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. (Booth 15-17)

TBD.

C&C Department of Environmental Services/Regulatory Control Branch (Booth 15-7)

Interactive activities of wastewater "do's" and "don'ts" based on keiki's age and ability.

C&C of Honolulu, Department of Parks and Recreation (Booth 15-6)

Make and take craft activity. Children can decorate fans with palm print, markers, etc.

Ceeds of Peace (Booth 15-9)

Create your own peace flags, as well as learn more about what Ceeds of Peace is about and what peacebuilding means to you.

Challenge Island Oahu (Booth 21-11)

Challenge Island is a cross-curricular S.T.E.A.M. program designed to engage kids in the engineering process. Using NGSS and CC standards, we provide a creative space for children to use critical thinking and problem-solving skills to complete S.T.E.A.M. based challenges.

Chaminade University of Honolulu (Booth 15-5)

Discover the World at the Edge of Sight Use scientific research microscopes to discover & explore the hidden world just at the edge of normal eye sight. Let your imagination and curiosity take you on a microscopic voyage. Take digital pictures of what you discover as a souvenir.

Coalition for a Drug Free Hawaii (Booth 31-7)

Customers have questions, you have answers. Display the most frequently asked questions, so everybody benefits.Our booth with feature information regarding substance misuse and parenting tips. Most of our informational brochures will be intended for parents of young children, including information on how to aid children in staying away from drugs and alcohol. We will have a game for youth to play as well as prizes to give away to everyone.

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Community Case Management Corp (Booth 15-20,21)

Our activity will educate kids and parents on importance of Oral Hygiene!

Department of Transportation Services (Booth 21-6)

Learn how to cross the street safely and get a free prize.

Elephant.ADE (Booth 31-22)

Stop by for information on how to help combat the elephant crisis and participate at our awesome coloring station and photo booth! Our booth will also offer support and information for bereving families who have lost a loved one.

FIRST AID STATION: HPU Public Health and Nursing (Booth 31-11,12)

HPU Public Health and Nursing First Aid Station

Girl Scouts of Hawaii (Booth 15-8)

Unleash your inner G.I.R.L. (Go-getter, Innovator, Risk-taker, Leader) with Girl Scouts of Hawaii! Participate in a collection of engaging, challenging, and fun activities such as exploring our galaxy by making constellations viewers, build a camp fire, and learn about earths magnetic field with a magnetic slime experiment! Have fun meeting Girl Scouts of all ages. For additional program information visit gshawaii.org.

Hamada Financial Group, LLC. (Booth 31-13,14)

Free Keiki ID and Financial Information.

Hawaii Children's Action Network (Booth 31-18)

We all have a kuleana to ensure our keiki are safe, healthy, and ready to learn. Join us to become a SUPERHERO for children with a fun coloring activity. Learn how you can take action on the top issues facing our children and families. Together, we can improve the lives of all children in Hawaiʻi!

Hawaii Dance Bomb (Booth 21-12)

Keep your kids moving at this rocking dance party! Join us for a 3 channel Silent Disco for Kids! Each child will get their own set of headphones which will offer three different types of music that they can choose from. Their headsets will light up blue, red or green depending on which channel they choose. Everyone will have their own volume control. Keep them off their tablets and on the dance floor for a fun dance marathon!

Hawaii Energy (3-2)

Hawai‘i Energy will be on hand to teach people about the many and lasting benefits of being energy efficient. Whether you play the energy trivia game or test your strength at powering light bulbs, they will have lots of cool giveaways for you and your family! Visit them in the Green Booth.

Hawaii Humane Society (21-9)

Join the Hawaiian Humane Society to learn about responsible pet ownership, meet an animal, play games, and more.

Hawaii Parent Magazine (15-4)

Petroglyph Stamp: Have your keiki come down to Hawaii Parent Magazine's booth for a quick, complimentary petroglyph stamp! We look forward to seeing you there!

Hawaii Space Grant Consortium (sponsored by Upspring) (Booth 15-12)

Drive VEX IQ robots to score as many points as possible. Discover why VEX IQ is the fastest growing scholastic robotics program in the World (now in 50 countries) and in Hawaii (270 teams), and find out how a team can be started at your child's school or in your neighborhood.

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Hawaii State 4-H Youth Development Program (Booth 31-4)

Interactive educational activity that youth can take home.

Hawaii State Library (Booth 15-22)

Children will be invited to make an easy craft that relates to books and reading. We will also have a "Name that Book Character" board game. Free giveaway items will be available while supplies last, with lots of information about the public libraries for parents, such as storytimes and other special programs.

HI529 – Hawaii's College Savings Program (Booth 21-14)

TBD.

Honolulu Bulls Soccer Club (Booth 34)

The Honolulu Bulls will staff an Interactive activity for children of all ages. An inflatable soccer stadium with goals will be inflated on site. Coach & players from the club will staff and monitor the age groups for safety and encourage all children to participate in playing on the indoor soccer field. Club coaches will monitor the playing time continually , we encourage healthy outdoor activity in a safe environment!

Honolulu Star-Advertiser (Booth 21-13)

Promoting the newspaper and small activities for youth to participate in.

I9 Sports (Booth 22)

i9 Sports will be having a soccer, flag football and t-ball interactive booth. Kids will be able to try different skills relating to these sports.

Kaimuki Christian School (Booth 21-15)

Kaimuki Christian School is a private Christian school with grades from 2-year-olds to 12th grade. KCS is a college preparatory school with a wide variety of extracurricular activities. Come learn about KCS while you test your archery skills with our foam tipped child friendly arrows.

Kaiser Permanente (Booth 16)

Interactive booth activities featuring healthy nutrition, fitness, lifestyle and relationship habits.

Kamaaina Kids (Booth 40)

Keiki get to participate in fun arts and crafts, climb to the sky on our popular climbing wall, and dive into our interactive inflatables. Adults get to browse our mass collection of resources for families regarding childcare and extracurricular family activities and services. Also enjoy our climbing wall and ropes course along Punchbowl next to our tent!

Kids 4 CPR, Inc. (Booth 21-18,19)

CPR and AED Training.

Kumon North America, Inc. (21-7,8)

We will have 2 different games. The first game will be a dice game that will be “add 'em up” and the second game will be magnetic number boards.

McDonald's Restaurants of Hawaii (Booth 25, 26, 26A, 27)

Join McDonald's Restaurants of Hawaii in our spacious, air conditioned tent featuring games, prizes, giveaways and a snack for keiki. Best of all, Ronald McDonald will make a special appearance to say hello and take a selfie with all his fans.

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Meadow Gold Dairies (Booth 23)

Meadow Gold Dairies Hawaii and AYSO Hawaii's tent will have an interactive “Big Foot” kicking cage where children* can test there kicking skills in to win prizes! Meadow Gold will also be handing out FREE half pint TruMoo Chocolate Milk to every keiki (while supplies last). It's a great way for those growing bodies to refuel with, while enjoying a fun day at CYD.

Mental Health America of Hawaii (15-10)

TBD.

Missing Child Center Hawaii (sponsored by Upspring) (Booth 15-11)

Missing Child Center Hawaii will be doing Keiki IDs for CYD participants.

MOA Hawaii (Booth 15-13,14,15,16)

Children will be instructed to make a simple flower arrangement to brighten up their family.

Moiliili Community Center (Booth 31-1,2)

Make & Take Stamp Padding and Tattoos!

Oahu Art and Tech (Booth 21-3,4)

*DIY Paper Puppet Robot* We will show children how to design and create their own paper puppet (art ) and turn it into a robot (tech) and control it by our unique application.

‘Ōlelo Community Media (Booth 31-15,16,17)

Welcome Table: sign up for a quarterly newsletter and receive a free pinwheel.

BYOD – Bring Your Own Device Table:  how to improve video capture on smart devices.

Photo Booth: visitors take a photo that’s emailed or texted to them.

Soap Box: allows visitors to tape a video message that is edited on the spot.


Visit all four stations and get a chance to win free training at ‘Olelo Community Media.

Parents for Public Schools of Hawaii and CESA (Booth 21-16)

Children will be asked to draw what they love most about their school (or family) and what they would do to improve it.

Partners in Development Hui Ho‘omalu Program (Booth 41-19)

Play a spinning wheel game while you learn more about how you can make a difference for children in foster care.

Play-Well TEKnologies (Booth 31-6)

Play-Well Teknologies will offer interactive LEGO projects and S.T.E.M.-based activities for keiki to expand their creativity and engineering skills. A Battletrack station for builders as well as a free raffle for a LEGO set will be featured!

Pups of War Arenas (31-23,24)

Come down and have a fun-filled, foam-flinging time with our Nerf blasters at the Pups of War Arena booths and display! Experience the thrill, nostalgia, and fun with our interactive booth all while learning the physics, engineering, and fun behind the toy that has been entertaining children (and adults) for over 50 years! So stop by our booth for some foam-nostalgia, foam-fun, and foam-education!

Seagull Schools Inc. (Booth 31-5)

Make and Take activities for children.

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Sui Wah School (Booth 21-5)

“Let's Learn Chinese Together” Participants will learn to speak, recognize, and write simple words in Chinese.

Team Magma Robotics Kalani High School (Booth 20)

Team Magma Robotics will be demonstrating student built robots and share their learning through the world of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM). There will also be a display of laser-cut products designed and produced by team members and hands on activities.

The First Tee of Hawaii

Students will use modified golf equipment to hit tennis balls at sticky targets.

The Queen's Medical Center-Trauma Services

TBD.

The Way to Happiness Hawaii Group (Booth 21-2)

Come by our booth to pick up a free copy of The Way to Happiness booklet and Making Good Choices (for younger children)! Enter the essay contest using either booklet,and the lucky winner will receive a Dave & Buster's gift card! Parents may participate with their children.

(the gift card was donated by Aces Photography) 

U.S. Census Bureau (Booth 21-17)

Census 2020 is mandated by law under the Constitution of the United States. The counting of our population is done in every 10 years. 675+ billion dollars of federal funds is allocated to 50 states of the US in which the amount per state is based upon the state population count. Over 1 million children nationally were not counted in Census 2010. Our State of Hawai‘i was under counted in 2010. We need a complete and an accurate count of our population in the State of HI coming Census 2020.

UH Manoa – School of Nursing and Sental Hygiene (Booth 15-18)

Dental Care for all children.

United Nations Association–Hawaii (Booth 15-19)

We will have children & families color sunflower pages to promote awareness of the United Nations Association-Hawaii's Sunflower Project. Our whose vision is to engage in every corner of our Hawaii and the globe concerned peoples about nuclear war, pollution, violence, injustice and threats to the balance of nature to plant to least one sunflower seed in a sunny place where it will be noticed. Planting sunflower seeds can remove toxins including nuclear waste from soil and water.

United States Tennis Assoication/ Hawaii Pacific

Introductory tennis activities for children ages 4 and up. Find out how easy and fun tennis can be. Racquets and balls provided.

Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii (Booth 21-21)

Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii is a non-profit legal service organization, established in 1981, that provides legal assistance to the community through education, legal advice clinics, brief services, and referrals to pro bono attorneys for direct representation. At CYD, Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii will have games for children and brochures/flyers about our organization.

Wet N Wild Hawaii (Booth 21-20)

Booth Activity Wheel Spinning with SWAG giveaways.

One Day Ticket Giveaway — Winner will be given a hard ticket at the event.

Birthday Party Giveaway — Winner will be contacted after the event.

Information on Wet N Wild Hawaii.

YMCA Camp Erdman (Booth 21-22)

Aloha! YMCA Camp Erdman is located on the pristine North Shore of Oahu. We specialize in providing Overnight Summer Camp, Family Camps, School Programs, Conferences, High Ropes Team Building and Retreats. Come visit our booth for information on all of our camp programs and meet our fantastic camp staff! While your here, play a quick game of Gaga Ball, a camp favorite!

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YMCA Honolulu (Booth 21-23)

YMCA of Honolulu's Youth Development team and Kiwani Key Club members will once again provide hands on activities that promote healthy eating and active living. Information on our youth programs will be available.

Young Living Essential Oils (Booth 21-10)

We are dedicated to educating keiki and families about all body wellness. With a fun coloring activity we will focus on keeping our bodies as well as our oceans clean with the use of reef safe sunscreen.

Youth for Human Rights (Booth 21-1)

Stop by our booth and pick up your free copy of “What are Human Rights”! There will be an essay contest using the booklet and the lucky winner will receive a gift card to Dave & Buster's. Parents may participate with their children.

(gift card has been donated by Aces Photography) 

YWCA Oahu, Kokokahi (Booth 21-24)

1) Being safe in our oceans is important and we will share some information, have a interactive game, and invite interested individuals to one of our upcoming water safety events or learn to swim themselves. 2) Our site in Kaneohe has a day camp program for all intersessions: winter, spring, summer and fall when the children are out of school. We will be sharing some of the great craft projects with all children interested.