miyo-sâkihitowin-kîsikanisik 2019! Talking Hearts

Be my sweetie: Solomon Ratt

Ever wonder what those little candy hearts might say if they were written in Cree?  Solomon Ratt knows all kinds of sweet nothings (!) but I opted to keep this G-rated for classroom use.  😉
Maybe there’s even a classroom activity in this!

nîcimossweetheart
môcikihtâtânlet's have fun
kâkikêforever
kisâkihitinI love you
âmiy! Awwww!
nitôtêmmy friend
pê-âkwaskitinincome hug me
kiya êkwa niyayou and me
kikicimâkinâkosinyou're cute
pê-ocêmincome kiss me
no image (yet)astamcome here
no image (yet)awâsgo away
no image (yet)piko îspihkany time
no image (yet)kimiyosinyou are beautiful
no image (yet)kiwihkimâkosinyou smell nice
no image (yet) - and maybe not for kids! I desire youkitakâwâtitin
no image (yet) - and maybe not for kids! pakitinamawinlet me have my way with you

Be sure to look under Categories under “Valentines” on the menu at the right to find Valentine’s posts from the last few years, or click this link: http://creeliteracy.org/category/lesson-2/seasonal/valentines-day/

About Arden Ogg

Arden Ogg is Director of the Cree Literacy Network, launched in 2010 with the goal of creating Cree language literacy materials suitable for use by learners of all ages.
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