Shortstop I Don't Give a Darn or I Don't Care The name of the shortstop is not given until the very end of the routine, and the right fielder is never identified. In the Selchow and Righter board gamethe right fielder's name is "Nobody". You throw the ball to first base. Then who gets it?
Each carries a wand, to the upper end of which is fastened an evergreen wreath surrounding a large, gilt letter.
Ranged in order the letters will spell the word "Merry Christmas. While singing they take steps and wave wand in time to music. At third line of each stanza the boys bow and the girls make a courtesy, right and left. The chorus at the end of each verse is sung by the entire school. The boy with letter M comes in first, sings, and takes position on platform.
He is followed by the girl with E. So continue until the line of children is complete. M stands for merry—oh' let us be merry; M stands for merry—right merry am I. With a bow to the right, sir, and a bow to the left, sir, Come, now, and be merry, all sadness defy.
Chorus by school, to the refrain of "Buy a Broom".
E stands for evergreen, beautiful evergreen, E stands for evergreen, never to fade. With a courtesy to right, sir, and a courtesy to left, sir, Bring evergreen garlands for Christmas time made. R stands for rollicking—come, then, be rollicking; R stands for rollicking—fun's in the air!
With a bow to the right, sir, and a bow to the left, sir, In Christmas-day rollicking take now a share.
R stands for rally, a grand Christmas rally, R stands for rally, where Christmas trees grow! With a courtesy to right, sir, and a courtesy to left, sir, We rally where Santa is likely to go.
Y stands for youthful—rejoice, now, all youthful; Y stands for youthful—quite youthful am I. With a bow to the right, sir, and a bow to the left, sir, The youthful make merry when Christmas is nigh.
Leave a space in the line of children between the last letter of "Merry" and the first of "Christmas. C stands for Christmas—bright Christmas, merry Christmas; C stands for Christmas—the best of the year. With a courtesy to right, sir, and a courtesy to left, sir, Make merry at Christmas with good Christmas cheer.
H stands for happy—at Christmas be happy! H stands for happy—right happy am I.What Black History Month activities do you use in the classroom?
Come share in our WeAreTeachers Chat group on Facebook. And if you’re looking for more . Activities for the classroom, home, and the community. Do's and Don'ts of Teaching Black History (Southern Poverty Law Center, Teaching Tolerance) Here are some suggestions to ensure students get the most out of black history and Black History Month.
Have students stay in their groups and create a skit dealing with how to handle peer pressure in a positive way. When students are finished writing their skits, have them perform the skits for the class.
Ash Wednesday and Lent For older students: rutadeltambor.com- Ash Wednesday Lesson Plan which includes a full set of activities, worksheets, integration with the Ash Wednesday Video, and a short quiz to assess the students' progress.
Comedy skits bring a den or patrol together and give them a chance to work on their showmanship. A cub scout skit tends to be simpler and shorter than a boy scout skit, but most work for all boys.
Veterans Day Videos & Activities Honor and remember America's warfighters with these moving and informative videos and activities.
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