Yr Un Bach Mawr Cwpwrdd Cadi


Yr Un Bach Mawr

Mae Cadi a Jet yn ymweld â phentref traddodiadol yr Americanwyr cynhenid. Cadi and Jet visit a Native American village where they play 'snap' to help create a pretty Totem Pole.


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-# Let's play dress up

-in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# It's a costume day in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# We can be mermaids

-or deep sea divers

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-# Ballet dancers

-or racing car drivers

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-We can be pilots in an aeroplane

-or an engineer on a steam train.

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-# Let's play dress up

-in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# It's a costume day in Cwpwrdd Cadi

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-# Let's look inside and we'll see

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-# In Cwpwrdd Cadi

-there's a mystery #

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-Little Big One

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-# Did you see Ifan Caradog,

-flying, flying?

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-# Did you see Ifan Caradog

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-# Here and there? #

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-Oops. Are you hurt, Little One?

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-Don't worry, Miss Cadi. He's OK.

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-Hello.

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-Jet? Lollipops. That's a big box.

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-Your father said

-we could play with it.

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-We could make a doll's house.

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-We could make a doll's house.

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-Or a house for Ifan.

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-A house for me? Phantasmagorical.

-He loves it.

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-There's room for more animals

-in here, Cadi.

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-Let's colour it.

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-Great. We could draw pictures

-of our favourite animals.

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-I'm drawing a picture of a dog.

-I love dogs.

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-And ducks, of course.

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-What can I draw?

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-Maybe... No.

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-Or maybe. No. It's so difficult.

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-Look, it's time to dress up.

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-# Dress up is a game we play,

-each and every single day

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-# We can be almost anything,

-fairy, doctor, dancer, king! #

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-We're going to join a tribe

-of Red Indians.

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-A princess and a chief.

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-Great.

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-# It's another dress-up day,

-it's our favourite game to play #

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-Can you feel the music, Jet?

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-Feel?

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-Feel?

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-I can feel it in my feet.

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-I can feel it in my ear.

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-I can feel it in my beak.

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-Atchoo.

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-Where's the noise coming from?

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-Where's the noise coming from?

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-I'll fly up to see.

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-I can see someone. Follow me.

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-What's he doing?

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-We'll ask him.

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-Hello. I'm Cadi.

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-Wait, don't go. There's more to do.

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-What will I do now?

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-I'm sorry. I didn't want

-to frighten it. We heard drums.

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-Over there, in the village.

-They're getting ready to celebrate.

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-I was going to be named in the

-celebration but I'll never be ready.

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-Named?

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-Named?

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-Everyone calls me Little One.

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-I'm little but I want an adult name.

-That's why I'm carving a totem pole.

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-What's a totem pole?

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-That.

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-A totem pole tells a story.

-Instead of using words...

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-..pictures tell the story.

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-I wanted to tell the story

-of the animals that live here.

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-I wanted to carve five animals

-but I've run out of time.

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-We could find some animals.

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-I could draw them

-and you could carve them.

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-Like this.

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-You want five animals

-and you already have one.

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-You need four more.

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-Let's go and find the other four.

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-What a beautiful rainbow.

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-Do you think

-we'll find a pot of gold?

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-I'd love to have a look.

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-You only have to ask. I'll find out.

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-Hooray for Ifan Caradog.

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-Quack, quack.

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-Ifan Caradog has found a fish.

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-Now Little One has two creatures.

-An owl and a fish.

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-We need to find three more.

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-Shwpsyn, take this back to Little

-One. He can start to carve it.

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-Well done, Ifan Caradog.

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-Quack.

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-I wonder which animals live here?

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-There's one.

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-GROWLING

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-That's just like a big bear.

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-It sounds like a big bear.

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-Nice to see you, Jet!

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-Well done, Ifan Caradog.

-It was you.

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-GROWLING

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-How did you make that noise

-without moving your beak?

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-It wasn't me.

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-It wasn't me.

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-It was the big bear.

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-Hello, Mr Bear.

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-No, Cadi, don't.

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-Bears are dangerous.

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-Bears are dangerous.

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-Not in my little world.

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-Can we draw a picture of you?

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-That's it. Off we go.

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-I've finished.

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-Owl. Fish. Bear.

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-Only two more to find.

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-Good timing, Shwpsyn. Here's

-another picture for Little One.

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-It's hot.

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-It's hot.

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-I'll fetch some cold water.

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-Thanks, Ifan Caradog.

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-Stop.

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-Hey, it worked.

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-One more animal. Thank you.

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-Uh? Oh, yeah. You're welcome.

-No problems at all.

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-One reindeer.

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-Here's Shwpsyn.

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-Here you go, Shwpsyn.

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-He's tired.

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-Maybe Miss Reindeer could help us.

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-Good idea.

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-Thank you.

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-Great work, Little One.

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-We'll help you carry it

-to the celebration.

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-I'm not going to the celebration.

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-I wanted a story about five animals.

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-I only have four.

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-Are you sure I only drew pictures

-of four animals?

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-One - owl, two - fish.

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-Three - bear, four - reindeer.

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-We need one more.

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-We've almost run out of time.

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-We've almost run out of time.

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-Ta-da.

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-You can't give in.

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-There must be another animal here

-somewhere.

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-Why don't you carve a beaver

-on your pole?

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-Good idea, Cadi.

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-This is my totem pole.

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-It tells the story of the animals

-that live around the village.

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-# Did you see the owl,

-the owl, the owl?

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-# Did you see the owl?

-It's just like this

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-# Did you see the fish,

-a bear or a reindeer?

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-# Did you see those animals?

-They're just like this

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-# All the animals are so important

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-# The beaver with its teeth

-is the most important of all #

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-You've worked hard

-to carve your totem pole.

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-You shall no longer be called

-Little One.

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-You'll be called The Storyteller.

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-Hooray.

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-Well done.

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-Now I know which animals

-to draw on the box.

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-An owl, a fish and a bear.

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-And a reindeer, a beaver and a duck.

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-And a very special frog.

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-Hello, you.

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-We're making a house

-for Ifan Caradog and Shwpsyn.

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-We're drawing pictures of animals -

-just like a totem pole.

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-A totem pole?

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-We found animals for Little One.

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-We found animals for Little One.

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-Ifan Caradog was the most special.

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-Thank you, Miss Cadi.

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-You're welcome, Ifan Caradog.

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Mae Cadi a Jet yn ymweld â phentref traddodiadol yr Americanwyr cynhenid. Cadi and Jet visit a Native American village where they play 'snap' to help create a pretty Totem Pole.


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