The 5 Senses - Week 3
Just like the previous weeks, the students are learning to talk about what they see. They are learning "I see.." and "I use my mouth to see..." using previously learned food items.
Ndoo-waabndaan ezaawmingaanh. - I see an orange.
Ndoo-waabndaan waagweyaanh. -I see a banana.
Ndoo-waabndaan e-diksing. - I see yogurt.
Ndoo-waabndaan nenaabgaanh. - I see porridge.
Ndoo-waabndaanan dehminan. - I see strawberries.
Ndoo-waabndaanan miinan. - I see blueberries.
Ndoo-waabmaa mshmiin. I see an apple.
Ndoo-waabmaag mshiimnag. I see apples.
Ndoo-waabmaa mskomin. I see a raspberry.
Ndoo-waabmaag mskominag. I see raspberries.
Ndoo-waabmaa zhigaangwizh. I see an onion.
Ndoo-waabmaag zhigaangwizhiig. I see onions.
Ndoo-nakaaznan n-shkiinzhigoon wii-waabndamaa ezaawmingaanh.
I use my eyes to see an orange.
Ndoo-nakaaznan n-shkiinzhigoon wii-waabndamaa waagweyaanh.
I use my eyes to see a banana.
Ndoo-nakaaznan n-shkiinzhigoon wii-waabndamaa e-diksing.
I use my eyes to see yogurt.
Ndoo-nakaaznan n-shkiinzhigoon wii-waabndamaa nenaabgaanh.
I use my eyes to see porridge.
Ndoo-nakaaznan n-shkiinzhigoon wii-waabndamaa dehminan.
I use my eyes to see strawberries.
Ndoo-nakaaznan n-shkiinzhigoon wii-waabndamaa miinanan.
I use my eyes to see blueberries.
In the Classroom This Month
Here you will find information on what the primary grades are learning.
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