Ex- ABC, Jesus loves me... DEF??
123, Jesus loves me... 456??
Jesus filled love in me.
He also filled love in her and him two!
Whether your last name is Brown or Lee,
We all must remember to praise God
and praise thee well!
i've used this poem for 10 straight years! it has a great message. it's cute, simple, and offers a lesson of religion and tolerance! =] decorate the poster with stars and colorful things; the children will LOVE it!
You have a good idea but if you are going to public school, I don't think you can do that.
see these sites!
here's a song i sing with me kids that you could use as your poem. my children love to sing this - hopefully it has the same effect when it's read:
1-2-3 Jesus loves me
1-2 Jesus loves you
2-3-4 He loves you more; than you've ever been loved before
5-6-7 I'm on my way to heaven
8-9 Soon to be mine (I've also heard it sung "Jesus is mine")
8-9-10 it's time to end, and there's no time to sing (say) it again.
Some times i change the last line to "but there's still time to sing it again" and we sing it twice.
if you don't want to use it as your poem - you can sing it to them. here is a link to a page that has the midi file so you can hear the tune:
it's the first one. Hope any of this helps!
Is it a Sunday school class or preschool class? This one is not faith based, but is a great one for a preschool class:
Children Learn What They Live
by Dorothy Law Nolie
If a child lives with criticism,
He learns to condemn.
If a child lives with hostility,
He learns to fight.
If a child lives with ridicule,
He learns to be shy.
If a child lives with tolerance,
He learns to be patient.
If a child lives with encouragement,
He learns confidence.
If a child lives with praise,
He learns to appreciate.
If a child lives with fairness,
He learns justice.
If a child lives with security,
He learns faith.
If a child lives with approval,
He learns to like himself.
If a child lives with acceptance and friendship,
He learns to find love in the world
And here's another that sums up the value of play:
When I am building in the block room, please don’t say I’m “just playing”. For you see, I’m learning as I play, about balance and shapes. Who knows, I may be an architect someday.
When I’m getting all dressed up, setting the table, caring for the babies, don’t get the idea I’m “just playing”. For, you see, I’m learning as I play; I may be a mother or a father someday.
When you see me up to my elbows in paint or standing at an easel, or molding and shaping clay, please don’t let me hear you say, “He is just playing”. For, you see, I’m learning as I play. I’m expressing myself and being creative. I may be an artist or an inventor someday.
When you see me sitting in a chair “reading” to an imaginary audience, please don’t laugh and think I’m “just playing”. For, you see, I’m learning as I play. I may be a teacher someday.
When you see me combing the bushes for bugs, or packing my pockets with choice things I find, don’t pass it off as “just play”. For you see, I’m learning as I play. I may be a scientist someday.
When you see me engrossed in a puzzle or some “plaything” at my school, please don’t feel the time is wasted in “play”. For, you see, I’m learning as I play. I’m learning to solve problems and concentrate. I may be in business someday.
When you see me cooking or tasting foods, please don’t think that because I enjoy it, it is “just play”. I’m learning to follow direction and see differences. I may be a cook someday.
When you see me learning to skip, hop, run and move my body, please don’t say I’m “just playing”. For, you see, I’m learning as I play. I’m learning how my body works. I may be a doctor, nurse or athlete someday.
When you ask me what I’ve done at school today, and I say, “I just played”, please don’t misunderstand me. For you see, I’m learning as I play. I’m learning to enjoy and be successful in my work. I’m preparing for tomorrow. Today, I am a child and my work is play.
I don't know any like that, but i always put this outside and inside my room:
"To the world you may be one person, but to one person you may be the world."
I don't know who's the author of this quote, but the kids (7th and 8th graders) like it.
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