Tuesday, October 25, 2011

September 2011 Circle

Rise up O Flame, by thy light shining, bring to us beauty, vision, and joy!

There's the firm earth under me, the blue skies over me. So I stride, so I stand, And I see you too
With the blue sky over you, The firm earth under you.

Smile awhile and give your face a rest, stretch awhile, and ease your manly chest,
Reach your fingers to the sky, while you watch them with your eye,
Jump awhile, shake a leg there sir, Now step forward, backward, as you were,
Then reach out to someone near, Shake his hand and smile.

Come with me and dance with me, in the cool of autumn.
All the trees are golden now, all the bells are ringing.
Ring, ring, ring-a, ding, ding, dong, dance and sing together.
Ring, ring, ring-a, ding, ding, dong, in your shoes of leather!)

A birdie with a yellow bill Hopped upon my window sill,
Cocked his shining eye and said: "Ain't you 'shamed, you sleepy-head!"
Time to Rise RL Stevenson

I'm in the mood for singing, hey how about you? I'm in the mood for singing, singing along with you.
Hey, hey, what do you say, I'm in the mood for that today,
Hey, hey, what do you say, I'm in the mood for that.

SPEAK, sir, and be wise.
Speak choosing your words, sir, like an old woman over a bushel of apples.
Basket by Carl Sandburg

De colores, de colores se visten los campos en la primavera.
De colores, de colores son los pajaritos que vienen de afuera.
De colores, de colores es el arcoiris que vemos lucir.
(Painted in colors, the fields are dressed in colors in the spring.
Painted in colors, painted in colors are the little birds which come from outside.
Painted with colors, painted with colors is the rainbow that we see shining brilliantly above.)

Los pescaditos andan en el agua, nadan, nadan, nadan. (swimming fish motions)
Los pajaritos andan en el aire, vuelan, vuelan,vuelan. (flying bird motions)
Son chiquititos, chiquititos. (tiny hand motion)
Vuelan, vuelan, vuelan. (flying again)
Nadan, nadan, nadan. (swimming)

Spanish language vocabulary from above.

I am an acorn, the packet, the seed.
God is within me, and God is the tree.
I am unfolding the way I should be,
Carved in the palm of his hand.

The Story of God

Right hand, left foot, meet in the middle,Left hand, right foot, meet in the middle,
Right arm over left arm, play the fiddle! Left hand, right foot, meet down low,
Right hand, left foot, meet down low, Left arm over right arm, pull the bow!
Reach to the right, reach to the left, Stretch in front, stretch behind,
Look down below, what do you find? Right hand reach out to a friend,
Left hand reach out to a friend, Make a circle without end.
Circle to the left, in a ring, Circle to the right, we will bring,
Our circle to the center, step inside, Then back out again, like the tide,
Our circle to the center step inside, Then back out again, like the tide.

Current events or spelling

Jack be nimble, jack be quick, jack jump over the candlestick.

Oral math

All around the mulberry bush (or cobbler's bench)The monkey chased the weasel;
The monkey thought 'twas all in fun, Pop! goes the weasel.
A penny for a spool of thread, A penny for a needle—
That's the way the money goes , Pop! goes the weasel.
Jimmy's got the whooping cough, And Timmy's got the measles
That's the way the doctor goes Pop! goes the weasel.
Every night when I get home The monkey's on the table,
Take a stick and knock it off , Pop! goes the weasel.[1]

Medieval cd

The Tempest

Hand bells

Our Father, which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Name. Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth,
As it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses,
As we forgive them that trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, But deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom, The power, and the glory, For ever and ever. Amen.

Brave and true I will be, Each good deed sets me free, Each kind word makes me strong, I will fight for the right, I will conquer the wrong.

I can turn myself and turn myself and curl up as I will. I can stand on tiptoe reaching high, I can hold myself quite still. I can be as small as a small seed, I can be as tall as a tall tall tree. I can be as wide as the wide wide world, I can just be me.

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