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Kindergarten Zhong Xiao Ban
Kindergarten DaBan
Best of Kindy
Kindergarten KeHo MeiYu
SMZ Classes 1.2
English G01
Grade 01 Autumn
Grade 01 Winter
Grade 01 Spring
Grade 01 Summer
English G02
Grade 02 Autumn
Grade 02 Winter
Grade 02 Spring
Grade 02 Summer
English G03
Grade 03 Autumn
Grade 03 Winter
Grade 03 Spring
Grade 03 Summer
English G04
Grade 04 Autumn
Grade 04 Winter
Grade 04 Spring
Grade 04 Summer
English G05
Grade 05 Autumn
Grade 05 Winter
Grade 05 Spring
Grade 05 Summer
English G06
Grade 06 Autumn
Grade 06 Winter
Grade 06 Spring
Grade 06 Summer
English G07
Grade 07 Autumn
Grade 07 Winter
Grade 07 Spring
Grade 07 Summer
English G08
Grade 08 Autumn
Grade 08 Winter
Grade 08 Spring
Grade 08 Summer
English G09
Grade 09 Autumn
Grade 09 Winter
Grade 09 Spring
Grade 09 Summer
English G10
Grade 10 Autumn
Grade 10 Winter
Grade 10 Spring
Grade 10 Summer
English G11
Grade 11 Autumn
Grade 11 Winter
Grade 11 Spring
Grade 11 Summer
English G12
Grade 12 Autumn
Grade 12 Winter
Grade 12 Spring
Grade 12 Summer
2007 Summer Camp
2007 2008 Semester 1
2007 2008 Semester 2
2008 2009 S1 Class 1
2008 2009 S1 Class 2
2008 2009 S1 Class 4
2008 2009 S2 Class 1
2008 2009 S2 Class 2
2008 2009 S2 Class 4
2009 2010 S1 Class 1
2009 2010 S1 Class 2
2009 2010 S1 Class 3
2009 2010 S2 Class 1
2009 2010 S2 Class 2
2009 2010 S2 Class 3
2009 2010 S2 Speech
2010 2011 S1 Grade 1
2010 2011 S1 Grade 2
2010 2011 S1 Grade 3
2010 2011 S1 Grade 4
2010 2011 S1 Grade 6
2010 2011 S1 winter
2010 2011 S2 Grade 1
2010 2011 S2 Grade 3
2010 2011 S2 Grade 4.5
2010 2011 S2 Grade 6
2010 2011 S2 Summer
2011 2012 S1 Grade 1
2011 2012 S1 Grade 2
2011 2012 S1 Grade 3
2011 2012 S1 Grade 4
2011 2012 S1 Grade 5.6
2011 2012 S1 Grade 7
2011 2012 S2 Grade 1
2011 2012 S2 Grade 2
2011 2012 S2 Grade 4
2011 2012 S2 Grade 5.6
2011 2012 S2 Grade 7
2012 2013 Parents' Association
2012 2013 S1 Grade 1
2012 2013 S1 Grade 2
2012 2013 S1 Grade 3
2012 2013 S1 Grade 4
2012 2013 S1 Grade 5
2012 2013 S1 Grade 6/7
2012 2013 S1 Grade 8
2012 2013 S2 Grade 1
2012 2013 S2 Grade 2
2012 2013 S2 Grade 3
2012 2013 S2 Grade 4
2012 2013 S2 Grade 5
2012 2013 S2 Grade 6/7
2012 2013 S2 Grade 8
2013 2014 Grade 1
2013 2014 Grade 2
2013 2014 Grade 3
2013 2014 Grade 4
2013 2014 Grade 5
2013 2014 Grade 6
2013 2014 Grade 7
2013 2014 Grade 9


Introduction verse for 2008/2009 Semester 2
The sun is in my heart,
He warms me with his power.
And wakens life and love
In bird and beast and flower.
On the earth I stand upright
With joy I greet the morning sun
Who shines with love on every one
Who shines in the sky, on the land and sea,
And who fills me with light
When he shines on me.
Good morning to you
And good morning to me.


2009S202 ZhongXiao February 2009

In the morning, the sun wakes up everyone,
Then he rises high above to share his love.
And at night, the sun sets
And we too go to our beds.

blessings on the blossom, blessings on the root,
blessings on the leaf and stem, blessings on the fruit.

story about ox
ci nien nu
the seven fairies
7 fairies come down to earth
a man likes on of them
an ox comes to help
the ox takes her clothes away
so she can not go back
they marry
Spring 18 song
Winter's past, now at last flowers are all waking.
Let us sing, welcome spring, showers and sunshine making.

RRGS butterfly 26
Waken, sleeping butterfly,
Burst your narrow prison.
Spread your golden wings and fly
For the sun has risen.
Let us go to the sugar camp
While the snow lies ont he ground
Live in the birch wigwam
All the children and the older folks
All the people are at work.
2009S202 ZhongXiao February 2009 end


2009S203 ZhongXiao March 2009

Little Brown Mouse's Secret
Sing through seasons 18
Nobody knows what I know.
Nobody knows but me!
I hunted around and around
About to find the secret
And found it out
Nobody knows what I know
Nobody knows but me!

Little Brown Mouse poked his head out of his hole and sniffed.
There was something special about this bright, sunny morning.
And he knew what it was.
Little Brown Mouse ran to tell the apple tree, but the apple tree already knew.

Apple, apple tree. Straight and tall.
Apple, apple tree. Big and small.
Apple, apple tree. Apple, apple tree. You love us all.

Apple tree, apple tree. Do you know? Do you know?
Yes, I know. Yes, I know.
So Little Brown Mouse ran to tell the butterfly.

Butterfly, flutter by in the garden
How happy am I that you're passing by!
How happy am I that you're passing by!

Butterfly, butterfly. Do you know? Do you know?
Yes, I know. Yes, I know.
So Little Brown Mouse went to see his friend the bird.

I'm a bird. I sing my song. And fly, fly, fly all day long.
And at night, I go to rest, And sleep, sleep, sleep in my little nest.

Bird, bird. Do you know? Do you know?
Yes, I know. Yes, I know.
Suddenly, Little Brown Mouse knew just who to tell.
He raced back home, shouting:
'Wake up, Brother Mouse and Sister Mouse. It's Spring'

When March Wind blows, 'Who-oo-oo-oo,' In a soft and gentle way,
He's saying, 'Take your snowsuit off, I'm blowing warm today.'

Wake up, said the sun to the snowdrops.
Wake up, little flowers so white.
Winter has gone. Spring has come.
Wake up for all is bright.
2009S203 ZhongXiao March 2009 end


2009S204 ZhongXiao April 2009
April 2007

The Enormous Turnip

In the morning, the sun wakes up everyone,
Then he rises high above to share his love.
And at night, the sun sets
And we too go to our beds.

'The sun is up. The sky is blue.'
He says: 'I want to plant the turnip seeds.'

I dig, dig, dig, And I plant some seeds.
I rake, rake, rake, And I pull some weeds.
I wait and watch. And soon I know,
My garden sprouts And starts to grow.

I dig, dig, dig I dig a hole.
I drop, drop, drop I drop the seeds.

'It is raining,' say the turnip seeds.
They are happy. They sing.

Rain, rain. Drop, drop, drop.
We get bigger. Up, up, up.

In the heart of a seed, Buried deep so deep,
A dear little plant Lay fast asleep.
Wake, said the sun, And creep to the light.
Wake, said the voice Of the raindrops bright.
The little plant heard, And arose to see
What the wonderful Outside might be.

'Look at me! I am tall,' says turnip 1.
'I am very tall,' says turnip 2.
'I am very, very tall,' says turnip 3.
'No, look at me! I am enormous!' says turnip 4.
'Wow!' shouts the old man.
'What an enormous turnip! I want to eat it for dinner.'
The old man, the old lady, the little boy, the little girl, the big dog and the fat cat pull up, down, right, left but they can't pull up the enormous turnip.
The fat cat looks for help.

'Hello, tiny mouse, she says. Come here, please.'
They all pull up and out pops the enormous turnip!
'Hurray!' They shout.
They all sit down for an enormous turnip dinner.
'Yum! Yum! What a tasty turnip!'

Ring around the rosies. A pocket full of posies.
Ashes, ashes, we all fall down.

All creatures rejoice and the people on Earth
Sing Spring is coming and Springtime is here.

Spring has arrived. Spring has arrived. Where has it arrived?
Arrived in the mountains. Arrived in the valleys. Arrived in my own town.
Flowers are blooming. Flowers are blooming. Where are they blooming?
Blooming in the mountains. Blooming in the valleys. Blooming in my own town.
Birds are singing. Birds are singing. Where are they singing?
Singing in the mountains. Singing in the valleys. Singing in my own town.
AnXinBan  Goldilocks

The Story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Goldilocks.  She  went for a walk in the forest.  Pretty soon, she came upon a house.  She knocked and, when no one answered, she walked right in. 

At the table in the kitchen, there were three bowls of porridge. Goldilocks was hungry.  She tasted the porridge from the first bowl. 

"This porridge is too hot!" she exclaimed.

So, she tasted the porridge from the second bowl.

"This porridge is too cold," she said

So, she tasted the last bowl of porridge.

"Ahhh, this porridge is just right," she said happily and she ate it all up.

After she'd eaten the three bears' breakfasts she decided she was feeling a little tired.  So, she walked into the living room where she saw three chairs.  Goldilocks sat in the first chair to rest her feet.   

"This chair is too big!" she exclaimed.

So she sat in the second chair.

"This chair is too big, too!"  she whined.

So she tried the last and smallest chair.

"Ahhh, this chair is just right," she sighed.  But just as she settled down into the chair to rest, it broke into pieces!

Goldilocks was very tired by this time, so she went upstairs to the bedroom.  She lay down in the first bed, but it was too hard. Then she lay in the second bed, but it was too soft. Then she lay down in the third bed and it was just right.  Goldilocks fell asleep.

As she was sleeping, the three bears came home. 

"Someone's been eating my porridge," growled the Papa bear.

"Someone's been eating my porridge," said the Mama bear.

"Someone's been eating my porridge and they ate it all up!" cried the Baby bear.

"Someone's been sitting in my chair," growled the Papa bear.

"Someone's been sitting in my chair," said the Mama bear.

"Someone's been sitting in my chair and they've broken it all to pieces," cried the Baby bear.

They decided to look around some more and when they got upstairs to the bedroom, Papa bear growled, "Someone's been sleeping in my bed,"

"Someone's been sleeping in my bed, too" said the Mama bear

"Someone's been sleeping in my bed and she's still there!" exclaimed Baby bear.

Just then, Goldilocks woke up and saw the three bears.  She screamed, "Help!"  And she jumped up and ran out of the room.  Goldilocks ran down the stairs, opened the door, and ran away into the forest.  And she never returned to the home of the three bears.



2009S204 ZhongXiao April 2009 end


2009S205 ZhongXiao May 2009
One, two, three, four, five,
Once I caught a fish alive,
Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
But I let it go again.
Why did you let it go?
Because it bit my finger so.
Which finger did it bite?
The little finger on the right.

Sing through seasons page 4
The winter now is over. April rains are past.
I know I heard this morning the cuckoo's song at last.
Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Oh, can't you hear it too ?
I know I heard this morning the cuckoo's song at last.
Sing through seasons page 4
A little seed for me to sow,
A little earth to make it grow,
A little hole, a little pot,
A little wish and that is that,
A little sun, a little shower,
A little while and then a flower.
Sing through seasons page 9
A spade for a gardener, a rake and a hoe,
And you must have a wat'ring can to make the flowers grow.
You must take your little rake,
You must take your hoe, and weed the beds,
And seed the beds and watch the flowers grow.

2009S205 ZhongXiao May 2009 end


2009S206 ZhongXiao June 2009
Waldorf Songbook 1 Step we gaily
Step we gaily on we go
Heel for heel and toe for toe
Arm in arm and row on row
All for Marie's wedding
Over hills up and down
Myrtle green and bracken brown
Past the shielings through the town
All for Marie's wedding.
Waldorf Songbook 21
The golden sun is shining bright
The dew is off the field
To us it is our main delight
The fork and rake to wield
The pipe and tabor both shall play
The viols loudly ring
From morn till eve each summer day
As we go hay-making.
Waldorf Songbook page 14
Down in the valley
Where summer's laughing beam
Under the willow tree
Lights along the stream
Shepherds come driving
Their flocks and seek the pool
Plunging their sheep
In the sunny water cool.
Sing through the seasons page 46
Come for a run by the silver sea,
Come in the sunlight with me, with me,
The sands are beneatht he sky
More silver above them the seabirds fly.
Let us go running away together
All in the spray flying, windsighing weather.

The Whitsun Daisy Flower

Good morning when it's morning. Good night when it is night.
Good evening when it's dark out. Good day when it is light.
Good morning to the sunshine. Good morning, little morning white flower.

Once there was a little white flower in the meadow.
Her name is ‘Daisy’. She wants to fly. She wants to run.
But she can not. Her roots grow into earth.
They hold her there. One day she hears singing:

I see skies of blue..... clouds of white
Bright blessed days....dark sacred nights
And I think to myself .....what a wonderful world.

The daisy raises her head and sees a bird / a white dove sitting on a branch above.
“Bird, bird!,” says the little daisy,
”How beautiful you are. I am trapped here on the earth.
I have no legs. I have no legs to run with. I have no wings.
I have no wings to run with. I have no friends.
I have no friends to play with. I have nothing to do in the world.”
“No. You are a flower”, says the dove.
"You are a child of Father Sun and Mother Earth,”
"You have to hold a gift, a golden treasure,
a tiny flame from Father Sun.
You can share with the bees and butterflies.
Wait for me. I will fetch it and bring it to you.”
The white dove flies into the sky.

How do you like to go up in a swing, up in the air so blue?
O, I do think it is the pleasantest thing ever a child can do.
Up in the air and over the wall, till I can see so wide,
Rivers and trees and cattle and all over the countryside.
Till I look down on the garden green, down on the roof so brown,
Up in the air I go flying again, up in the air and down!

Soon the dove returns. He is carrying in his beak a tiny flame, a golden flame from Father Sun himself.
The dove gently lays the tiny flame. Suddenly, the flower opens, shining, sparkling.
There appears a heart of brightest gold among her petals. "Bees, bees! Butterflies, butterflies, Come to me! Come to me!".

Here is the beehive. Where are the bees ?
Hidden away where nobody sees.
Watch out and you will see them coming out... 1..2..3..4..5..

At Whitsun, the flowers unfold, yellow, white and gold.
The wind blows ever round and round,
Sending us the fire, holy flame of fire.

Spirits of fire, come to us! We will kindle a fire!
Spirits of fire, come to us! We will kindle a fire!
We will kindle a fire, dance the magic circle round.
We will kindle a fire, dance the magic circle round.
Let your hands so loudly clap, clap, clap,
Let your fingers loudly snap, snap, snap,
Then fold your arms and shut your eyes,
And quiet be.
2009S206 ZhongXiao June 2009  end


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