Tikis are personified deities or gods carved into wooden statues and placed in sacred island areas such as Hawaiian tiki temples. Tiki statues also appeared in volcanic cliffs, rainforests, on the coastline and in caves. Tiki gods were worshipped through human sacrifice, chants, prayers, and lava sledding, where Hawaiians would surf down a specially made volcanic lava flow.
Print and color these native island and ocean color book images with Crayola Crayons or magic markers. Try your hand at needle point or embroidery to create meaningful and everlasting memories for years to come.