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                                                  Sub Plan

    Start with Standing, Breathing, and Sitting (together)

                                  I start every class with this. 

        Hold your fingers up like a conductor ready to conduct. 

                           When the class is quiet and ready,

                      raise your hands with palms facing up,

                     signalling for the class to stand together. 

    Once the class is standing put your hand together (like a prayer)                                and students will do the same. 

       Pull your hands out slowly as you inhale with a deep breath,       

                  push them together as you exhale slowly. 

You can repeat this breath activity exhaling with different sounds 

                                   ("ssss" or "zzzz" for example).

  First Video - Mr. Peter Intro (This a warm up video)

                                Go from "Greeting Song" (:46)

                                To the end of "Hey Everybody" (4:40)

Next Video - "Voice of the People" (Start video at 1:02 just before the song)

The following videos can be played any order.

You can let students choose or pick the order for them. 

Balance in Life

Cooperation

The 7 Keys

Transportation

Natural (Carnivores, Herbivores, Omnivores)

The Rock Song

Thank You for the Work

It's a Cycle

Harlem Renaissance

The First Emperor

The Vowel Song

The Time Machine

When Our Sun Hits Our Spot

5 Senses

There is also an audio recording of "Tisket, Tasket" they might enjoy singing and dancing along to.

 

Kangaroo Kindness

 

A musical play in three scenes by Mr. Peter

“Kindness Song”

 

 

Kind thoughts, 

Kind words, 

Kind actions,

Make the world a nicer place.

 

Kind thoughts, 

Kind words,

Kind actions,

Can bring a smile to a sad face.

 

Wishing well,

Compliments,

Help is on the way.

Hope for others,

Saying “Thank you,”

Lend a hand today.

 

Kind thoughts,

Kind words, 

Kind actions,

Make the world a better place.

 

 

 

 

Narrator:        Kangaroo Kindness

                      Setting:  A trail on three different mornings.

                      Characters:  Narrator, Kangaroo, Snail, All

All:                  Scene One:    A Kind Thought.

Narrator:         A snail comes down the trail.  

                       The snail looks worried.  

                       The kangaroo hops in.

Kangaroo:       Hi snail!

Snail:               Hello kangaroo.

Kangaroo:        Why do you look so worried?

Snail:                They say it will rain today.

                         I hope I get up the hill before it rains.

 

Kangaroo:        I wish I could take you now. 

                         I have to go to kangaroo school.

                         I hope you get there quickly.

                         I’ll call to check on you later.

Snail:                Thanks for the kind thoughts.

Kangaroo:        Kindness feels so good!

Snail:                Now that’s what I call “Kangaroo Kindness.”

All:                   Kangaroo Kindness!

 

Narrator:          The kangaroo and the snail hop and slide away.  

“Kindness Song” reprise            

All: (singing)    Kind thoughts, 

                        Kind words, 

                        Kind actions,Make the world a better place.

 

 

All:                  Scene Two - A Kind Word

Narrator:         A snail comes down the trail.  

                       It has no shell.  In fact, it is a slug.

                       It looks very sad.  

                       The kangaroo hops in and sees the sad snail.

 

Kangaroo:       Hi snail.  Why are you so sad?

Snail:               Hello kangaroo.  I lost my shell. 

Kangaroo:        When did you lose it?

 

Snail:                I was sliming up a rock.

                        My shell slipped off of me. 

                         It landed in the tall grass.

 

Kangaroo:        Do you have another shell at home?

 

Snail:                I do.

 

Kangaroo:        Maybe the shell you lost will be

                         found by a snail without any shell.

 

Snail:                True, so true.  

                        Thank you for the kind words.

 

Kangaroo:        Kindness feels so good!

 

Snail:               Now that’s what I call kangaroo kindness.

 

All:                   Kangaroo Kindness!

 

Narrator:         The kangaroo and the snail hop and slide away.

All: (singing)    Kind thoughts, 

                        Kind words, 

                        Kind actions,Make the world a better place.    

 

All:                  Scene Three - A Kind Action

 

Narrator:        A snail comes down the trail.  

                      The snail hits a bump and rolls over.

                      The snail is stuck upside-down on top of the shell.

 

Snail:              Help!  Help!

 

Narrator:        The kangaroo hops in.

 

Kangaroo:      Hi snail.  What happened to you?

 

Snail:              Oh kangaroo, it’s so good to see you!

                       I hit a bump and rolled over.

Kangaroo:        It looks like you need some help.

Narrator:        The kangaroo helps by rolling the snail back up.

 

Snail:              What a relief!  

                       Thank you so much for the kind action.

Kangaroo:        Kindness feels so good!

Snail:        Now that’s what I call "Kangaroo Kindness”

All:            Now that’s what we call “Kangaroo Kindness”

            “Kindness Song” (The Whole Thing)

            

Narrator:        The End

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