Peace Class September 2016 Waldorf Homeschool LOA

Welcome to the Peace Class, where we all take time to value each other.  Parents, please join in for the songs, as they will repeat for the month of September.  You can copy this circle at home if you wish.  It will give you and your child a routine to love.

Introductions

Verse:  Michael, Michael, with your light so bright, Give us courage, give us strength, to do good on Earth.

Songs:

Summer, Goodbye, Summer Goodbye, You may no longer stay, Autumn is on it’s way.  Summer Goodbye, Summer Goodbye.

Blow, wind, blow, and go mill, go, That the Miller may grind his corn.  Then the Baker will take it and into bread make it, and bring us a loaf in the morn.

When Mary goes walking, the Autumn winds blow.  The poplars, they curtsey, the larches bend low.  The oaks and the beaches, their gold they fling down, to make her a carpet, to make her a crown.  To make her a carpet, to make her a crown.

I am a Blacksmith, good and true.  Best of work, I always do. Can you work with one hammer like me?  Clanging, clanging, clanging so.  With a rickerty-tickerty-tickerty-tick. With a rickerty-tickerty-tickerty-tick.  (repeat using two, three, four hammers)

The leaves are green the apples are red, they hang so high above our heads, leave them alone til frosty weather, and then they will all fall down together.

The Rooster Song (time permitting and allowing the children to choose the animal)…I love my rooster, my rooster loves me, and each day he eats from the green berry tree.  Each day my rooster says, “Cockadoodledoo,” dee do da, dee do da, dee do da, dee do.

Stories:

Little Ant, The Autumn Blanket, Tiptoes Lightly

Apple Snack:

Clean up:

 

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