Thursday, October 14, 2010

Sing-a-long: Chay Chay Koo-lay!

Chay Chay Koo-lay  


 This is a call and response song. 
Join the classes of Mrs. Ranney and Mrs. Yollis as they 
echo back to Mr. B.!
 


Leader:  Chay chay koo-lay
Leader:   Chay chay Kofisa
  Leader:   Kofisa Langa  
Leader:   Kaka Shilanga
 Leader:   Kum Aden Day
Leader:  Kum Aden Day HEY! (all)

Leader: Hands on your head
Leader: Hand on your shoulders
 Leader: Hands on your waist
Leader: Hands on your knees
Leader: Hands on your ankles
Leader: Hands on your ankles, Hey! (all)

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dear Mrs. Yollis' class,
What a fun video. I loved watching all of yousing and dance. The videos are my favorite part of the blog because I get to see what you do in class. This was the first time I saw Mr. B with all of you and he looks like a really fun music teacher! I'm looking forward to seeing more of these videos!
Sincerely,
Marcie (Jaden's Mom)

Grace said...

Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,

I love the video of us and I think every student was moving well. My favorite part was when everyone said, "thank you" and pointed at the camera. I hope we can make another video with Mr. B., soon.

Happy blogging!


Warmly,

Grace♔★☆

Ryan said...

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

That video was stupendous. I LOVED the video because we all sang loud, enthusiastically, and clearly. My favorite part was when we all said "Thank you". I think Nick, Tucker, Jaden and Grayson did a fabulous. job.
I also like when we repeated "hands on your ankles" and yelled "HEY"! I think everyone gets a ten out of ten!

I have some questions for you.
Who do you think did a fabulous job?
What was your favorite part of the video?


From,

Ryan ♥

Anonymous said...

Dear Mrs. Yollis class,

I loved watching the song Chay Chay Koo-lay. Mr. B seems really cool! Did you do the song in your ciassroom?
Your friend,
Madison in Mr. Salsich's class

Anonymous said...

Dear U.G.P. Members,

I loved watching the sing-along Chay Chay Koo-lay video. I almost wanted to dance along! I liked how you came up with dance.

In music sometimes we do dancing games and they are a lot of fun.

I wanted to know how you came up with the dance. Was it Mr. B's dance?

Sincerely,
Emmett in Mr. Salsich's class

Anonymous said...

Dear Mrs. Yollis and Ranney's class,

We loved how you guys were echoing and dancing like he was. Mr. B was very different from our music teacher named Ms.Young. We play games like that but we don't sing the songs in different languages. How long did it take to learn that song?

Which room were you singing in?

From,
Hope and Alison
in Mr. Salsich's class

Kathleen said...

Dear Mrs. Yollis' and Ranney's class,

I really enjoyed watching your video performance!

Mr B is a fantastic teacher. It looks like he really loves to sing, dance and have fun! We have a great music teacher here at Leopold too. His name is Mr Stribley.

The students in 2KM and 2KJ are going to ♥ this song when we show them after the weekend.

Like Grace, I think my favourite part was when you all turned to the camera at the end and said "thank you".

Keep singing!
Miss McGeady

Anonymous said...

Dear UGP members,
I loved making the video!
@Madison We recorded the song in Mrs. Yollis' classroom.
@Emmett I think Mr. B made up the dance but I'm not sure. When we have music with him next I'll ask.
@Alison We learned the song in Kindergarden I think. We sung the song in Mrs. Yollis' classroom.
I have some questions for you:
What day do you have music?
What was your favorite part of the video?
What's your favorite specials activity?

Your Friend,
Jamie

Ella said...

@Hope and Alison in Mr. Salsich's class,

Thank you for your thoughtful comment. It took us about two sessions of music class to learn the song. We filmed this in Mrs. Yollis' classroom, which is very close to ours.

How long did it take you to learn the "Hello" song?

Your blogging buddy,
Ella in Mrs. Ranney's class

Hannah said...

Dear Mrs. Yollis,

I enjoyed watching the video, thank you for posting it on the blog. Everybody was singing and dancing with a lot of energy.

I think that Mr. B is a wonderful music teacher, he is always teaching us new songs from around the world. I am happy that you are sharing it with others.

Your student,
Hannah★

Anonymous said...

Dear Mrs. Ranney's class,

I love the video. You all did a great job dancing and singing.

The Uganda blog is very impressive, as are your posts.

I am looking forward to walking with all if you.

Warmly,
Sybil (Aidan's mom)

Anonymous said...

Dear Mrs. Yollis and class,

I enjoyed watching you guys sing with Mr. B. What a talented group of kids you are. I know we will be enjoying a fabulous winter concert soon. A big Thank you to Mr. B and all of you for your hard work.

From,
Parisa (Iman's mom)

Aidan said...

Dear Mrs. Ranney and Mrs. Yollis,

I loved watching the singing blog.

The walk is going to be spectacular.

Are we going to record our walk and post it on the blog?
Please let me know.
Warmly,
Aidan

Anonymous said...

Dear Mrs. Yollis' class,

We loved that video you posted. It was great! Mr. B sounds like he is an awesome music teacher!

We thought the video was so cool we decided to have a go at doing the song with you! We copied the words you put up and and we also copied the actions too.

From 2KM and 2KJ :-D

Aidan said...

Dear UGP,

Did anyone sing Chay Chay Koo-lay on their walk?

We sang it on our walk and we had a great time.

I look forward to seeing your answer.

Warmly,
Aidan (Mrs. Ranney's class)

Mrs. Ranney said...

@Aidan,
I really enjoyed singing Chay Chay Koo-lay on our walk! It was great to gather together with everyone in the cul-de-sac and sing. Most of all, I loved that so many parents, including your grandparents, were there to join with us.
Warm regards,
Mrs. Ranney

 
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