Louis gives Randy a sack and instructs him to collect uyanisa and metuwakuna (clothes and toys) for donations. Anne tells Randy that the words mean clothes and toys and suggests that he donates some of the clothes and toys that he doesn’t use anymore.
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Louis gives Randy a large bannock. He tells Randy to kakeeskis (cutting into slices) and give bannock Mr. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, Katie and Anne. Randy first heads to Anne’s house. Anne tells Randy the word kakeeskis means cutting into slices. Randy, Anne and Katie count the bannock slices from one to five in Cree.
This is the story of Louis, an Aboriginal elder, whose mission in life is to help the people in his community in any way he can, Louis is getting older and it's getting harder for him to help people on his ow. So he decides to recruit Randy, a 10-year old boy, to help him with his work. Every day Louis gives Randy a task. But there is one problem: Louis monthly speaks Cree and Randy only speaks English. How can Randy help Louis if he can't understand his instructions? in order for Randy to fully understand Louis' instructions he first needs to learn what the Cree words mean.