Today, we did a fantastic rendition of Hill and Gully Rider - a Jamaican folk song from the 19th Century written about the local fishermen who would risk their lives trying to catch whales. The "hill and gully" part is talking about the waves going up and down.
Shiúil mé agus shiúil mé Agus shiúil mé liom féin. Chonaic mé capall 🐎 agus chonaic mé carr 🚗. Chonaic mé crann 🌲 Agus nead ar a bharr .
Chonaic mé cat 🐈⬛ Agus chonaic mé cú 🐕 Chonaic mé moncaí 🙊 Thuas ag an zú.
Chonaic mé eala 🦢 agus chonaic mé gé Chonaic mé tarbh 🐂 Agus chonaic sé mé 😰.
Sin deireadh mo scéil 🎬
Go raibh maith ag Sophie ag léamh, Elise ag shiúil, Alyssa, Daniel, Dylan, Adam, Lauren, Liam, Norah, Seámus agus Emily chun páirt a glacadh inár dán!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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