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Always Aiming High – Anelu’n Uchel O Hyd

Dydd Gwener 22nd May

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All your amazing cooking pictures made Mrs Lincoln-Jones and Miss Hughes super hungry yesterday! We hope you enjoyed eating your treats!! 

This week we have decided to do something a little bit different. Instead of a Welsh song, we are going to learn a Welsh story! If you would like to read the story for our Year group video, please send your teacher a video of you reading the book by FRIDAY LUNCHTIME - diolch!

Please note the word 'y' is pronounced as 'uh'.

We look forward to hearing your super Welsh!

Ar y... (On the...)

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Task 1 - Listen to Mrs L-J reading the story - Mam, Ga i…..?


‘Ga i...’ means : Can I have…


Can you rewrite the story asking for things that you would like? Don’t worry if you are not sure of what they are in Welsh, you could always use ‘Goggle Translate’ or write the word in English. It is more important that you are practicing the pattern - Ga i.


Extension - In school we always like to promote our manners!

Some of you might remember how to say please in Welsh…’Os gwelwch chi’n dda!'

Could you ask your Mum or Dad for things in Welsh remembering to say please? 

I wonder what the answer will be….Cei / Na chei! 


Ga i...? (Can I have...?)

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Task 2 - Today we are going to look at half past. This is where the big minute hand needs to go halfway around your clock.


To say half past in Welsh it’s - Hanner awr wedi…


So...half past 3 would be:

Hanner awr wedi tri. 


Can you practice moving the hands on your clock to show these times. Remember the small hour hand also needs to go half way between the two hours. 


Dau o’r gloch.

Hanner awr wedi dau.

Chwech o’r gloch.

Hanner awr wedi chwech.

Naw o’r gloch.

Hanner awr wedi naw.


Extension - Can you play whats the time Mr Wolf by taking a whole step for an hour time and half a step for a half past time. 


To ask ‘What's the time Mr Wolf?’ in Welsh we say…

Faint o’r gloch Mr Blaidd?


Our sounds of the day are ‘ir’ (Whirl and twirl) and ‘ur’ (Nurse with a purse).



Task 3 – Can you create a tornado and a nurse. Can you then write as many words with the sounds ‘ir’ and ‘ur’ under the correct pictures.

Faint o'r gloch Mr Blaidd? -Nia!

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