Spuptitul K- Grade 3

K- Grade 3

Introductions
Each student will stand up and in hul’q’umi’num say a greeting and introduce themselves
Uy’ netulh. ‘Een’thu __________ (Good morning. My name is_____)
OR
‘Uy’ skweyul. ‘Een ‘thu ________ (Good day. My name is____ )
Question/Answer
Each student will be asked the following question. They will respond in Hul’q’umi’num.
a)  ‘I i ch ‘o’ sthuthi?
(How are you)
I tsun ‘o’ sthuthi (I am fine)
or
‘Uw-wu tsu ‘iin’ sthuthi’. (I am not well)
or
Huy ch q’u, ‘i tsun ‘o’ sthuthi’. (I am well thank-you.)
How do you say…?
An adult will read an English phrase to each student. The student will say the phrase in Hul’q’umi’num.
Tskwim sqwumey (red dog)
Tsqway wuxus (green frog)
Huy ch q’u siem (thank you respected person)
‘uy’ snet (Good night)
Stem a lu’ tu’ ‘i’? (What is it?)
An adult will point to a picture and ask each student to say in Hul’q’umi’num what the picture is.
Numbers: 1 – 10
nuts’a’
yuse’lu
lhihw
xu’athun
lhq’etsus
tux’s
tth’a'kwus
te’tsus
toohw
‘apun
 Animals:
spe’uth (black bear)
stqeeye’ (wolf)
sqwumey’ (dog)
yuxwule (bald eagle)
mousmus (cow)
haputiil’ (grasshopper)
skw’ulwexe’ (butterfly)
wuxus (frog))
qwuni (seagull)
squl’ew’ (beaver)
Colours:
tskwim (red)
tth’atth’uhwum’ (purple)
kwikwutth’ (blue)
tsqway (green)
kwulalu-alus (orange)
luluts’ (yellow)
tumulhalus (brown)
p’uq’ (white)
tsq’ix (black)
ts-hwikw’ (gray)
kwimulus (pink)