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Age Groups: Big Kids
Skills: Expression, Upstanding
Let’s think of a rhyme that we can chant together and stand up for what’s rightSaying things out loud — as a chant or a song — can be a powerful tool to help children learn and remember new ideas, support language development, and boost social connections.
Let’s decide on a problem that we want to call attention to like littering, bullying, protecting the environment, or standing up for peace and freedom.
Let’s think of some rhymes! We can use the list of samples to help get us started.
Let’s practice our chant! We can teach our chant to others and help start a movement!
Rhyme - words that have the same ending sound
Chant - a repetitious song
Repeat - to say again and again
Together - with one another
Some rhymes to get you started:
Every day, in any way / Bullying is not OK!
Hey you, don’t be mean / Help to keep our community clean!
Water, earth, and air pollution / What we need is a solution!
Don’t forget to scoop that poop!
In your home and in your school / Being kind is really cool!