You can keep up to date with our learning here. We are excited to show you our projects, art work and much more.

-Learning From Home-

Monday 15th- Friday 19th June 2020

Hi everyone,

It was great seeing the 6th class this week as we prepare for their graduation. We are going to have two very special days for a very special group of children, as you well deserve. 6th class, don’t forget to work on your speeches and email me your draft.

Creative schools on Tuesday morning at 9.30 again, remember to read Jonathans email for a reminder about the supplies you need. It was great fun last week so I really hope you can all join us on Tuesday.

See below for your work this week. Remember to keep on top of Spellbound and your Satellite book too, work on those when you are finished the main bulk of work.

Chat soon,

Claire

Maths

Mental Maths Daily & correct from the links to see how you are doing! (Here for 5th and here for 6th).

Planet Maths 6 p.194-198 Problem Solving. This is a really fun chapter and we would have been doing lots of pair work here, maybe you could work with a parent or sibling to solve some of the trickier problems. As always, email me and we can chat about the tough questions or we can organise a Zoom call if you would prefer.

Planet Maths 5 p.187-188. Let’s look back. This is a revision chapter of the years work. Don’t forget to flip back to the appropriate chapter to remind yourself about making a fraction smaller or adding mixed number fractions if you need to. Take you time here, there is a lot to revise over these few pages so no need to rush.

English

Word Wizard 6 p.106-108 Perseus and Medusa-A Greek Myth. We didn’t get a chance to read this, when we were studying Greek Mythology before we left school so quickly back in March. We listened to this story through an audiobook, can you remember it?

After you have read the extract at least twice, attempt A and B. Then try to teach someone in your house how to play the game! Remember, B is about your own opinion, so the answers are not directly from the extract. I would like you to write out full sentences for A and B and do C and D orally, or write it into your book if you have it at home. The phonics work on page 82-83 can be done orally too, but try writing B on p.83.

Monday 8th June- Friday 12th June 2020

Hi everyone,

It’s hard to believe that it is June already and it is almost time for our Summer holidays. Hopefully the warm sunshine will return soon for us all to enjoy. We are doing a really fun zoom this week, as part of Creative Schools. We will be building bridges from home, so be ready for 9:30 on Tuesday.

We should have been going on our school tour this week, so lets do a virtual tour instead! Click here and lets go to NASA’s Langley Research Center in Virginia, USA. Use google maps to find out where this facility is located. How would we get there? How long would it take us to get there? How much would this tour cost? My favourite part to explore was the flight simulation area, let me know what you liked the best.

I know lots of you are interested and following the Black Lives Matter protests in Ireland, America and around the world. If we were in school, we would be marking these events in support of people who are hurting from racist people. There is a colouring page below that you could decorate and display to show your support.

I will see you all on Tuesday morning at 9:30 for Creative Schools. Email me and let me know how you have been doing, or if you need any help with this weeks work- claire@betns.ie

Chat soon,

Claire

Maths

Mental Maths Daily & correct from the links to see how you are doing! (Here for 5th and here for 6th).

Planet Maths 6th Class: Variables p. 179-183. This is your first introduction to algebra. Remember your tables, if 5×5=25, that means 25 divided by 5= 5. The same concept applied with variables. In algebra, letters from the alphabet replace an unknown number so, 5xA=25 (What is A?) 25 divided by A=5. So A=5. Click this link to play a game on the Folen’s site about variables, but you have to login to the Folens website first.

Planet Maths 5th Class: School Tour p.172-173 and Mental Maths p.174-175. This chapter is revision of the work that you have done since leaving school. If you need help with it please let me know.

English

Word Wizard 6: pg.86-87 Make Your Own Wormery. A and B in your copy and B and C in your book or orally if you don’t have your book. This is something that we would have made as part of a science project in school. It would be great to see you attempt this at home and send me your pictures!

You should be nearing the end of you Spellbound now, use this time to fill in ay missed sections.

Monday 25th May-Friday 29th May 2020

Hi everyone,

This week and going forward we will be focussing on our Creative Schools work. There will be lots of activities for you to do at home through this, so we will be keeping our work simple. We are almost finished our maths work for the year, so after this chapter below, we will be revising and looking over any bits that we missed.

Your projects on great women were absolutely fantastic and very interesting. I loved the creativity and excellent written work in those that I saw. We had projects on Frida Khalo, Mary Robinson and Rosa Parks to name but a few.

You are doing brilliant work at home, as well as all of the other great things going on like cycling, baking, reading, painting, sewing and gardening. I am so proud of you all.

Chat soon,

Claire

Maths

Planet Maths 5th Class p.167-171 Data. This is revision of a chapter we did earlier this year. See what you can remember. We need to remember our fractions here too, so remember how to divide a circle in half, then half that half to make a quarter and half that quarter to make an eighth.

Planet Maths 6th Class p. 184-188 Capacity and Volume. Remember to find the volume of you shape (the amount of space that it takes up) you multiply the length x depth x height. Can you find the volume of some objects in your home (eg. Food packaging, game boxes, books…)

Mental Maths Daily & correct from the links to see how you are doing! (Here for 5th and here for 6th).

English

  • Word Wizard p. 80-81: Luta De Galo.
  • After you have read the extract at least twice, attempt A and B. Then try to teach someone in your house how to play the game! Remember, B is about your own opinion, so the answers are not directly from the extract. I would like you to write out full sentences for A and B and do C and D orally, or write it into your book if you have it at home. The phonics work on page 82-83 can be done orally too, but try writing B on p.83.
  • Keep up to date with Spellbound, you should be nearing the end now. If you have finished already, I know some of you have, you can revise the words in the blocks that you found tricky. Can you make a crossword with clues to these words? Here’s a website that can help you make it. You can email your crossword to me, challenge me, it will keep my brain ticking over!!

Monday 18th-Friday 22nd May 2020

Hi everyone,

I hope you are all in good form and enjoying the beautiful sunshine. Make sure you are getting plenty of fresh air and making the most of the great weather as best you can. Well done to you all on a great week of work, your Van Gogh recreations were simply wonderful.

I hope you are all getting on well with the work here, but if you have any questions or need additional information or would like more work to do or a different type of resource to help you learn from home, please email me claire@betns.ie

Thank you to those who sent me lovely emails this week after receiving your postcard, I love hearing from you and it is important to keep in touch.

Chat soon,

Claire

Maths

  • Planet Maths 5: 3-D Shapes p.162-166. You can do lots of practical work with this chapter, you can use lego, play dough, straws/toothpicks, marshmallows, jellies.. etc to construct your 3-D shapes. You could also make 3-D shapes using card from cereal boxes, a ruler, scissors and some tape. Don’t forget to create your net first! Please read the blue boxes, which explain the words polygon and polyhedron. Have fun with this chapter!
  • Planet Maths 6: 3-D Shapes p .155-159 You can do lots of practical work with this chapter, you can use lego, play dough, straws/toothpicks, marshmallows, jellies.. etc to construct your 3-D shapes. You could also make 3-D shapes using card from cereal boxes, a ruler, scissors and some tape. Don’t forget to create your net first! How many of these shapes can you see around your house or garden? Can you find an unusual one and imagine it from different perspectives? Have fun with this chapter!
  • Mental Maths Daily & correct from the links to see how you are doing! (Here for 5th and here for 6th).
  • Here is a link to a nice game where you can practice creating nets of your 3-D shapes. You can also revise tessellation and create pictures using the shapes.

English

Unlocking SESE 5** Unit 12 p. 106 Stories from World Changing Women. Read this chapter, and use the Think and Discuss pink boxes to lead your own thoughts on these women. Taking note of new vocabulary and making sure you understand any new words, put the Key Vocabulary words into sentences to show me that you understand them.

I would like you to complete a mini project under the same theme of World Changing Women. This can be literally any woman from the chapter you have read, another well known woman or perhaps your own Mother or Grandmother. I can’t wait to see these, please email me the pictures or a video of you presenting the work.

***For Folens resources: You go to https://www.folensonline.ie/ and click REGISTER. Select TEACHER. Fill in a username and password of your choice, and your own email. Where it asks for a school roll number fill in Prim20. You can type the name of the book you need into the search bar.

Gaeilge

Cén sport is fear leat ar domhain agus cén fáth? Scríobh alt faoi agus tarraing póstair freisin. What is your most favourite sport and why? Write as much as you can about the sport or why you like it, then create a poster showing why it’s your favourite.

Monday 11th May- 15th May 2020

Hi everyone,

Thank you to those of you who joined in on our quiz on Wednesday, Lynn and I had great time with you all. It was great fun and I loved seeing 3rd class there too. Well done to our winner, she was fantastic! I will let you know when we will do that again.

Please keep mailing me pictures of your work and stories, they are cheering me up! Enjoy the sunshine and mind yourselves.

Claire

Maths

Planet Maths 5th Class: Mental Math pages 126-127

Planet Maths 6th Class: The Virtual World of Quest p. 146-147 and the Mental Maths on the next pages 148-149.

Mental Maths Daily & correct from the links to see how you are doing! (Here for 5th and here for 6th).

English

Word Wizard p. 38-39 The Potato Eaters. A and B in your copy and B and C in your book or orally if you don’t have your book. We have studied Van Gogh earlier this year, can you remember the painting? What was it called?

You can see some of his paintings and learn more about him here. Maybe you could recreate one of your favourite Van Gogh paintings.

Gaeilge

Am don Léamh* page 36-37 “Dioscó”. Read the passage at last twice, and answer the questions on page 37 orally. If you are in 5th or 6th, try your best to write down your answers.

***For Folens resources: You go to https://www.folensonline.ie/ and click REGISTER. Select TEACHER. Fill in a username and password of your choice, and your own email. Where it asks for a school roll number fill in Prim20. You can type the name of the book you need into the search bar.

Tuesday 5th May-Friday 8th May 2020

Hi Senior Room,

I hope you are all doing well at home and taking care of each other. Bealtaine atá ann! May is here and it’s officially Summer. Lets hope we have lots more sunny days so we can get out and play.

Our class quiz will be on Wednesday at 10am, I will email your parents the code for Zoom. See below for this weeks work. Let me know if you need any further help or have questions- claire@betns.ie

  • Daily Mental Maths & problem solving (Correct your answers here for 5th and here for 6th).
  • Planet Maths 5: Star Store p. 124-125
  • Planet Maths 6: Weight p. 163-164
  • Satellite book, please keep up to date with each chapter.
  • Spellbound, doing one block a day.
  • Read the chapter; The First Emperor of China** p.30-34 in Unlocking SESE 5. Put four of the vocabulary words (p.30) into sentences. There are lots of different writing activities in the coloured boxes, you can choose which ones you would like to do.
  • Am Don Léamh 4 p.36-37**, read the story at least twice before attempting the questions. When you are finished, can you design your own Fógra Mór for a circus, with the details as Gaeilge, and send it to me. I would love to see them.
  • Conas atá tú? Tá mé go maith; tá mé ceart go leor, níl mé go maith (How are you? I’m good; I’m okay; I’m not good)

**For Folens resources: You go to https://www.folensonline.ie/ and click REGISTER. Select TEACHER. Fill in a username and password of your choice, and your own email. Where it asks for a school roll number fill in Prim20. You can type the name of the book you need into the search bar.

Monday 27th April-Friday 01st May 2020

Hi Senior Room,

Thanks for joining me on Zoom on Wednesday. It was so nice to see you all so happy and hearing about the fun things that you are all doing at home. I will see you all again on Monday and Friday at 10am, I’m really looking forward to it.

Its is Active Week this week, but unfortunately we have to do it from home this year. We will make up for it next year, don’t worry! Jessica has come up with some great ideas of active things to do at home, which were emailed to your parents. I know you are all keeping active by cycling, hillwalking and dancing but there might be something different you would like to try, so make sure you have a look at the plan.

See below for your work this week. Let me know if you need anything at all on claire@betns.ie

Ramadan Mubarak to those of you celebrating at this time.

Chat soon!

Claire

Maths

  • Daily Mental Maths & problem solving (Correct your answers here for 5th and here for 6th).
  • Planet Maths 5th Class: Planet Maths p.152-154 Weight. There are lots of practical things that you can do at home to help you in this chapter. Baking involves lots of weighing. Can you change the weight you have measured into a fraction? For the Challenge on p.154 you could use lego blocks.
  • Planet Maths 6th Class: Planet Maths p.160-162(only) Weight. 1000g=1kg When you add or subtract weights, make sure they are all in decimal form (it makes it easier). Take your time with this chapter, there are lots of practical work that you could be doing along side this, for example using a kitchen scales and pasta or flour (250g of flour=1/4 of a kg=25% of a kg), rewrite your favourite recipes in fractions or percentages!
  • If you are finished this maths work quickly, remember you can also be catching up on your satellite book to match the chapter that we are on now.

English

  • Spellbound, doing one block a day.
  • 5th & 6th Class: Word Wizard p 53-54. We are learning adjectives this week, which are words added to nouns or pronouns to make your sentence more descriptive and interesting.
  • – Can you please read the blue box! Complete A orally or in your book and write B out in your copy or on a page. Always keep up our good standards of ruling your page, putting in a heading and date.
  • – On Oral Language on p. 54, you will need a partner.
  • -For Narrative writing, I would really like if you could type out your story and email it to me. If this is not possible for you, can you take some pictures instead. I really want to read your story and I know you love to read each others, so when I have them all together I can share them with you too. The theme of the story is laid out on p.54, where your main character is on some sort of a journey. Tell us what happens to them. Have fun!
  • The book is available here on Gill Education’s website. If this link is not working for you let me know.

Whole School Gaeilge

Cé tusa? Is mise….. (Who are you? I’m ….)

Cad is ainm duit? ….. is ainm dom (What’s your name? My name is….)

Cén saghas lae é? Tá sé gríannmhar/scamallach/te/fuar) What type of day is it? It’s sunny/cloudy/hot/cold)

Extra Activities

  • Gaeilge: Cén t-ábhar isfearr leat ar scoilagus cén fáth? Scriobh alt faoi. (Whats your favourite subject? Write a paragraph about what you like, why you like it etc.)
  • Ceol/Music: Aimsigh Colaiste Lurgan ar YouTube. (Type Colaiste Lurgan into YouTube). Can, scríobh amach nó fhoglaim Wake Me Up, Shotgun, Grace nó aon rud eile. (sing along, write out or learn a song that you like!)
  • P.E: Just Dance channel on YouTube.
  • Choice Boards: Download these for easy writing, reading, maths and P.E activities.
  • SESE: National Geographic Kids YouTube channel
  • Mindfulness and Yoga: Cosmic Kids YouTube channel

Monday 20th April-Friday 24th April 2020

Hi Senior Room,

I was delighted to see your pictures of the work that you have been doing and thank you for the lovely emails and updates. You are doing fantastic work at home which shows me how capable and independent you are, which makes me so proud! Well done. It is so lovely to hear from you, it cheers me up so do keep in touch. For those that would like to, my email is claire@betns.ie

Join me for a Zoom catch up on Wednesday morning at 10am. I will send your parents the code to join in. Can you pass the word around, I know lots of you will be chatting with each other before then.

Talk to you all then,

Claire

Maths

  • Daily Mental Maths & problem solving (Correct your answers here for 5th and here for 6th).
  • Planet Maths 5th Class: Planet Maths p.148-149 Bloom’s Garden Centre and Mental Maths 6 p.150-151
  • Planet Maths 6th Class: Planet Maths p.122-123 Deep Space and Mental Maths 5 p.124-125.

English

  • Spellbound, doing one block a day.
  • 5th & 6th Class: Word Wizard p. 50-52. Some of you will remember this story from last year, it is an extract from Boy in the Striped Pyjamas. After you have read the extract at least twice, attempt A and B. Remember, B is about your own opinion, so the answers are not directly from the extract. I would like you to write out full sentences for A and B and do C and D orally, or write it into your book if you have it at home. The phonics work on page 52 can be done orally too, but you can expand on that work and use your dictionary to find similar ‘sure’ and ‘ture’ words.
  • The book is available here on Gill Education’s website. If this link is not working for you let me know.

Extra Activities

  • Gaeilge: Tarraing do theach féin agus ainmnigh na seomraí. Cén seomra is fearr leat sa bhaile (Draw your own house, naming the rooms).
  • Gaeilge: Cén banna ceoil / ceoltóir is fearr leat? Scríobh alt no próifíl agus cruthaigh póstaer (Who is your favourite singer/band? Write a profile describing them, use the words you know about describing yourself, and make a poster).
  • Choice Boards: Download these for easy writing, reading, maths and P.E activities.
  • SESE: National Geographic Kids YouTube channel
  • Mindfulness and Yoga: Cosmic Kids YouTube channel

  • Gaeilge:Téigh chuig www.seideansi.ie chun leabhairíní a léamh. This website has nice stories and games as Gaeilge. Cúla 4(TG4) Féach ar na cartúin / cláracha as Gaeilge cosúil le Spongebob, Mo Shaol, Do Shaol.
  • Choose a multiplication table that you don’t know really well and work on that for the week. You can play tables games here.
  • Access to Carol Voderman’s brilliant maths website is free at the moment, it is www.themathsfactor.com
  • Art Hub for Kids… plenty of drawings to choose from.
  • Free writing of your choice (poetry, keeping a diary, song writing, stories, recipes…) You can keep these pieces of writing together in a spare copy or notebook. I would love to see them when we are back in school!
  • Write a letter to a grandparent, neighbour or a friend. Here are some templates.
  • Storytime with David Walliams, free story everyday at 11am on his website www.worldofdavidwalliams.com
  • Keep a Weekly Reflection Log. This might be interesting to look back on in years to come, when this strange time in our lives is a part of history. (*regarding page 1, this resource is now free of charge due to the current situation and is free for people to share).
  • Watch the animals live in Dublin Zoo here and San Diego Zoo here.

Hi everyone!

I hope you are all doing well and keeping busy at home. I know we all really miss each other and our wonderful school. Cillian is keeping me busy but I do miss all of the fun, chats, laughter and learning from the senior room. I would like for us all to keep in touch, so I will organise a virtual get together soon.

For now, I would love to see the choice projects that you have been working on for the last two weeks. If you can, get your parents to send me a picture(s) or video of your project to claire@betns.ie and I will compile them and show them to you on here. You can send me a letter to my email and let me know what you have been getting up to!

For parents- I would love to see the different types of work and learning that the children are doing at home (from all classrooms) and I will compile and share that online (claire@betns.ie).

See below for the homework that you could do next week. As I said in school, this work is to help you stay in a routine at home, if you want that. If you find that you are busy learning something else that’s fine.

This work should take you about an hour, to an hour and a half. If you are enjoying learning this way and want to spend some more time at it, I will leave some extra interesting activities in the pink box at the bottom each week. Have fun!

Monday 30th-Friday 3rd March:

  • Daily Mental Maths & problem solving (Correct your answers here for 5th and here for 6th).
  • Planet Maths 5th Class: The Circle page 138-142,*you will need your compass for this chapter. If you don’t have one in your school bag, find circular objects at home to measure the diameter & radius.
  • Planet Maths 6th Class: The Circle page 141-145.
  • Spellbound, doing one block a day.
  • 5th & 6th Class: Lets read The Lake Isle of Inishfree by W.B. Yeats. This poem is describing a day dream of somewhere the poet loves and would really like to go again. Read the poem, at least twice, and write down the words that help you paint an image in your mind of Inishfree. What can you hear, smell, taste, see, touch? Illustrate your interpretation of the poem (feel free to share it with me).

The Lake Isle of Innisfree by William Butler Yeats

I will arise and go now, and go to Innisfree, And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles made: Nine bean-rows will I have there, a hive for the honey-bee; And live alone in the bee-loud glade.

And I shall have some peace there, for peace comes dropping slow, Dropping from the veils of the morning to where the cricket sings; There midnight’s all a glimmer, and noon a purple glow, And evening full of the linnet’s wings.

I will arise and go now, for always night and day I hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore; While I stand on the roadway, or on the pavements grey, I hear it in the deep heart’s core

March 2020 Update:

Before our month got interrupted, we were very busy! On the 3rd of March, we attended the ESB Science Blast in the RDS. We showcased our project titled “Does Practice Really Make Perfect?”. Our project was viewed, judged and critiqued by the judges and we were awarded with a plaque for our efforts. The children had a ball exploring the various exhibitions, watching experiments, taking part in STEM challenges and using Virtual Reality systems. Needless to say it was a very memorable day. We cant wait for next year!

February 2020 Update:

Our theme of study this month is Greek Mythology. We are listening to the stories through audiobooks and learning about Persephone and Hades, Orpheus and Eurydice and Theseus and the Minotaur. In our Geography, we are familiarising ourselves with the physical features of Greece, as well as comparing the names of historic and modern Greek cities.

In Gaeilge class, we are learning phrases and vocabulary to help us describe our school. Listen to us practice here, here, here and here!

Maths lessons this month have been very creative. We have been learning how to find the area and perimeter of irregular shapes. We have worked outdoors to practice these skills, then we used architect floor plans to master the skill of measuring using a scale, following in the creation of a dream home floor plan which includes the area and perimeter of each room.

We explored the works of the French-Russian artist Kandinsky. He mixed the primary colours and created abstract paintings that we all really loved. We created abstract paintings, inspired by his work.

We have made a series of floor routines in Gymnastics class, varying in skill level and duration. This has resulted in a fantastic whole class routine, that the children are very proud of. Have a look at the video on our Facebook page.

January 2020 Update:

Welcome back! We are all well rested after our Winter break and are ready to learn all about American culture, politics and history.

We have studied Native Americans, researching different theories about how they arrived in North America. We made dream catchers and presented projects based on Native American culture, traditions and languages. We are now able to name major cities, landmarks and some physical features of the continent.

We have been working on Gymastics skills in P.E this month. One of our wonderful parents came in to help out for our first Gynmastics lesson, to share their skills with us. We are perfecting our tumbles and landings, practicing aerosport balances and aiming to choreograph a floor routine next month.

December 2019 Update:

This month we have been very busy researching different types of Winter celebrations around the world. Some of the children in our class celebrate Christmas in some way, but it is so important to remember that there are lots of other celebrations happening at this time of year too. We worked together and individually on projects to learn more about Hanukka, Kwanza, the Winter Solstice, The Wren, Nollaig na mBan, Fiesta de los Reyes and Chinese New Year.

We had so much fun getting ready for the Winter Concert. We have an amazingly talented bunch who gave us a great show.

November 2019 Update:

  • This month we are learning through the theme of Africa. We will be learning about different aspects of the continent through the different subjects. We had a drumming workshop from Afro Beats and we got to play a huge selection of African instruments.
  • We completed projects on the Maasai Tribes of Kenya and Tanzania, studying their history, culture, language, traditions, housing, foods and education. We made a Maasai village using clay and recycled materials and presented our project to the class.
  • In Learn Together, we discussed Stand Up Awareness Week. Our lessons were about taking a stand against homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying. The lessons took an equality and human rights approach to respect and inclusion .
Some of the senior room at the Afro Beats workshop

October 2019 Update:

  • In our Gaeilge lessons, we are focusing on developing our oral language skills. This month, we are learning all about food (bia). Click here to listen to a conversation in our restaurant Bia Blasta, where two diners are deciding what to order.
  • Through Learn Together we explored conflict resolution and fair debate, by writing and performing in a drama depicting a meeting between Greta Thunberg and Donald Trump.
  • Our overall theme for the month was Ancient Egypt. We studied this topic through English, art, music and geography. Have a look at some of our work below. We completed fantastic projects in groups, filled with facts, maps, drawings, hieroglyphics and pictures and these are shaped like the Pyramids of Giza.
As part of Learn Together, we found out all about the Mexican tradition of the Day of the Dead, or Dia de los Muentos.

September 2019 Update:

  • The children in 5th & 6th researched current news issues and wrote a 30 second news report. Hear how they got on here and here .
  • This month we have been studying through the theme of Space. We read about the moon landing, learned about the Solar System and lots of galaxies, we read Buzz Aldrin’s book “Reach For The Moon”, we drew astronauts, wrote stories, created fabric aliens and also painted our names as star constellations.
Check out our aliens below, click the link to hear all about them (these links will only work until December)!

Above, you can see a STEAM project, where we made a 3D solar system. We researched the size of the planets to make sure we had them to scale, made a plan about what our planets should look like considering all we know about their make up, and added recycled materials to make them as realistic as possible. We all really enjoyed this activity.

Below you can see some images from the Climate Change Action Week, where we continued the protest towards Red Lane. We also did a drama activity based on our Space theme. Our dramas were full of aliens, rockets and moon landings!

Check out our fabric aliens below, click the link to hear all about them (these links will only work until December)!

https://www.speakpipe.com/voice-recorder/msg/uwz48czcxzlh64cx

https://www.speakpipe.com/voice-recorder/msg/clb62zexkyubi9rd

https://www.speakpipe.com/voice-recorder/msg/few7ehlla75e8i4b

M https://www.speakpipe.com/voice-recorder/msg/muen89fz62sk4r3d

https://www.speakpipe.com/voice-recorder/msg/lggq9fn57kkbzth3

Loading Likes...