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Spilyay Tymoo, Warm Springs, Oregon
February 17, 2005
Page 11
THE CONFEDERATED TRIBES LANGUAGE LESSON
( Counting with Colors for ECE -
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KIKSHT
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COUNTING With COLORS
1. Yowohase'a.
This is a yellow feather.
2. Waha'yoo atsa kooodu.
Two red coats.
3. Pahe'yoo oa suu naka.
Three orange leaves.
4. Soo natse toohoo matapo'ka'yoo.
The boy has a black ball.
5. Watsukwe'yoo ese patakaki'e.
Four gray raccoons.
6. Mooa ka ekwetse tukaba pesa tsoopedya.
Grandma likes brown bread.
7. Soo wasa toha kwaseka'yoo.
The crane has a white tail.
8. Oosoo wuda'a atsa kukuka'yoo.
The bear has red feet.
9. Soo sadu'u poohe pooeka'yoo.
The dog has green eyes.
10. Na'utsupunnel.
It is cold.
COUNTING With COLORS
Laxa'aukt Putmt Snwit.
Theirs ten sentences in the colors
1. Chi iwa mxsh waptas.
This is a yellow feather.
2. Luc'a napt kapu.
Two red coats
3. Mtaat maxaash plapla.
Three orange leaves.
4. Aswanmi awa chmuk shp'au.
The boy has a black ball.
5. Pinapt waq'amuwaakul K'aalas.
Four purple raccoons.
6. Kalami awa atau aitalumi sapl.
Grandma likes whole wheat bread.
7. Qw'ashqw'ashmi awa quix twin.
The crane has a white tail.
8. Miyawaxmi awa luc'a wuxa.
The bear has red feet.
9. K'usik'usimi awa mxshpyat achash.
The dog has green eyes.
10. Anmipa iwa k'st.
Wintertime is cold.
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Classes are in full swing again with the holiday's over. The language teachers are at the ECE for lan
guage instruction with four ECE teachers who stepped up and said they would like to have language
offered in their classroom: Nola Queahpama and Melinda Tohet have been very instrumental in seeing
this get off the ground. Carol Sahme and Phyllis Strong have come on board and so it's wonderful to
see our language ECE teachers, interact with the children.
Here are the times and places of classes:
TypeofOass Instructor Day Time Phone Location
Language Suzie Slockish MonTue 6-8 553-3290 Simnasho
Longhouse
Language Suzie Slockish TueThu 12-1 553-3290 IHS Atrium
Parent Student ArlitaRhoan TueThu 4-5 5533290 Education
Building
Language Dallas Winishut Wed 8-9 553-3290 NatRes.
Youth Deanie Johnson MonWed 3:30-5 553-3575 Lang. Trailer
Adult Gladys Deanie Mon 5:30-7 553-3575 Lang. Trailer
Dance DeanieVal Thursday 3:30-5 553-3575 C.Ctr.Aerobics
Room
Language Pat Miller Tuesday 3:30-5 553-3575 Lang. Trailer
Kiksht
The best way to shake out some of those cobwebs is to come learn language, history, songs, and a vari
ety of things at the language classes. We use it all to teach language. If you need more info, call the
teachers at the numbers listed above. (Please note: the dance club requires completion of a membership
tQmLl Parents! Grandparents! Dancers!
It's wonderful that you have given your child a gift that they will never forget. Dancing and singing the
old social dances of our people were fading fast, but with the efforts of our elders they are coming back!
Learn how to make a complete Wasq'u outfit with these gifted elders. They will teach you how to
make:
Learn how to Make a Wasq'u Dress
Taught by Irene Towe
Date Time
February 15 5:00-8:00
February 17 5:00-8:00
February 22 5:00-8:00
February 24 5:00-8:00
Activity
Choosing and cutting your pattern
Cutting your material and interfacing
Sewing your dress and collar
Making your hem and sewing your buttons
Emilee Hugie, of OSU Extension will be available to assist those who have limited sewing experiance.
Early registration is recommended call Deanie or Val at 553-3575553-2200 to sign up today. Parents
have an option of keeping all outfit pieces for a donation of similar materials for the prosperity of the
group.
COUNTING With COLORS
1. Dauya idagashumit idiapfq
This is a yellow feather.
2. Makwsht datbal ishgabu.
Two red coats.
3. Lun idagashumit itkw'aa.
Three orange leaves.
4. Ikala ik'ashkash chigelgat dalal ish'du.
The boy has a black ball.
5. Lakt daptchex itq'alalashksh.
Four grey raccoons.
6. Iqwashqwash aydich datgup.
The crane has a white tail.
7. Itq'ucuWem daptcax isiaxus.
The dog has green eyes.
8. Ichachagwix.
It's cold.
Wasq'u Wishxam Gathering
February 17, 18, 19, 2005
Warm Springs Language Trailer
' Agenda: . " ;f ; ..
February 17, 05
1:00 -1:15 Prayer Gladys Thompson Welcome
Madeline Mclnturff
1:15-2:00 Introductions-Business-Schedule
next meeting date & agenda
2:00 - 3:00 Wasq'u Wishxam talk - Consultants
3:15 - 5:00 Wasq'u Social Dance Kids Class
Warm Springs Community Center
Aerobics Room
5:30 - 7:00 Dinner with group at Language
Trailer
February 18, 05
8:30 - 9:00 Prayers in Native Language
(Nelson Moses, MavisKindness, Rosie Johnson)
9:00 -10:00 Wasq'u Wishxam Talk
10:00 -10: 15 Break ;
10:15-12:00 Translate Ikanuchk from Indian
Reading Series
12:00-1:00 Lunch on your own
1 :00 - 3:00 Translate Ikanuchk from Indian
Reading Series
3:00-3:15 Break ;
3:15 - 5:00 Work on recording alphabet book
5:00 - 6:30 Dinner at Language Trailer
February 19, 05
8:30 - 9:00 Prayer Opening
9:00-10:00 Let's talk about future
10:00-10:15 Break
10:15-12:00 Open Agenda '
12:00-1:00 Lunch at Language Trailer
Aga alxkwaya