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Always Aiming High – Anelu’n Uchel O Hyd

Dydd Mercher 20th May

Class 3 - mrs.lincoln-jones@ewloegreencps.co.uk

Class 4 - miss.hughes@ewloegreencps.co.uk

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 - In Wales, there are lots of Welsh singers and bands. Could you research one and listen to their music? What do you like about the music? What do you not like?

 

You could look at: 

Catatonia

Candelas

Dafydd Iwan

Elin Fflur

Cerys Matthews

Caryl Parry Jones

 

Extension - if you were a singer, what would you sing about? Could you write your own song? Maybe even using some Welsh words?

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Task 2 - In Welsh - o’clock is really easy to say...o’r gloch.

Can you make your clock say - un o’r gloch

dau o’r gloch

tri o’r gloch

chwech o’r gloch

naw o’r gloch

deg o’r gloch

 

Extension - How many hours between dau o’r gloch and pedwar o’r gloch?

Faint o'r gloch ydy hi? (What time is it?) - See video for pronunciation

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Task 3 - Our sounds of the day are ‘oo’ (Look at a book) and ‘oo’ (Poo at the zoo). 

 

Can you write a short story using as many ‘oo’ and ‘oo’ words as you can? 

Nia's song!

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Music evaluation - Georgia!

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