Day 2

You’re beautiful with God’s beauty,

Beautiful inside and out!

God be with you.

You have nothing to fear.

God has a surprise for you!

Hold on to the words of God.

Nothing is impossible with God.

Titus 2:3-6

Guide older women into lives of reverence so they end up as neither gossips nor drunks, but models of goodness. By looking at them, the younger women will know how to love their husbands and children, be virtuous and pure, keep a good house, be good wives. We don’t want anyone looking down on God’s Message because of their behavior.

Isaiah 1:18

Come now, and let us reason together, says the Lord. Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall be like wool.

1 John 1:7-9

But if we are living in the light of God’s presence, just as Christ does, then we have wonderful fellowship and joy with each other, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from every sin. If we say that we have no sin, we are only fooling ourselves and refusing to accept the truth. But if we confess our sins to him,[a] he can be depended on to forgive us and to cleanse us from every wrong. And it is perfectly proper for God to do this for us because Christ died to wash away our sins.

1 Peter 5:7

Let him have all your worries and cares, for he is always thinking about you and watching everything that concerns you.

Philippians 2:14-16

Do everything readily and cheerfully — no bickering, no second-guessing allowed! Go out into the world uncorrupted, a breath of fresh air in this squalid and polluted society. Provide people with a glimpse of good living and of the living God. Carry the light-giving Message into the night so I’ll have good cause to be proud of you on the day that Christ returns. You’ll be living proof that I didn’t go to all this work for nothing.

1 Thessalonians 5:23 and 24

May God himself, the God who makes everything holy and whole, make you holy and whole, put you together—spirit, soul, and body—and keep you fit for the coming of our Master, Jesus Christ. The One who called you is completely dependable. If he said it, he’ll do it!

Ecclesiastes 3:9-13

But in the end, does it really make a difference what anyone does? I’ve had a good look at what God has given us to do—busywork, mostly. True, God made everything beautiful in itself and in its time—but he’s left us in the dark, so we can never know what God is up to, whether he’s coming or going. I’ve decided that there’s nothing better to do than go ahead and have a good time and get the most we can out of life. That’s it—eat, drink, and make the most of your job. It’s God’s gift.


Day 30 and 31

1.  Rhythm Warmup:

a.  Review ta, ti-ti, ti-ti-pi, and ti-pi-ti-pi

2.  Worksheet: 

     a.  Students will figure out how to say October words in rhythm, using the rhythms of song Little Susie.

3.  Worksheet:

     a.  Finish coloring notes of Where, Oh Where Is Dear Little Susie? (students who did not finish).

4.  Xylophones: 

a.  Students will play the song on the xylophones.

Day 26 and 27

1 Review Song:

     a.  Ask:  “What song did we learn last time?”  (Dear Little Susie)

     b.  Sing song while pointing to rhythms on whiteboard.

     c.  Sing again, using rhythm names instead.

2.  Music Staff:

     a.  Review the number of lines and spaces on a staff.

     b.  Review the names and colors of the singing pitches, and the placement

on the staff.

     c.  Point to pitches on hand staff.

     d.  Sing pitch names while pointing to hand staff.

3.  Worksheet:

     a. Begin worksheet:  color notes on staff.

Day 24 and 25

1 Teach Song:  Where, Oh Where Is Dear Little Susie?

     a.  Students echo words phrase by phrase.

b.  Students echo sing phrase by phrase.

c.  Students listen to song and lip sync.

   d.  Students sing the song.

2.  Play Game:

a.  Dear Little Susie – circle game

3.  Rhythms:

a.  Match rhythms with pictures of apple cider, jack ‘o lantern, cat and pumpkin.

Day 20 and 21

1. Pass out kindness links for those who have written kindness notes.

2. Practice:
a. echo singing with hand staff and pitch names
b. echo singing with hand signs and pitch names

3. Playing “Fire on the Mountain” on xylophones.
a. students not playing will sing and “write” the song on their handstaff

4. Pa Pa Pa Papageno video
a. if time, Frozen sing-a-long