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Hazelwood and Churchill (Victoria, Australia) local Girl Guide information noticeboard.

SHALOM CHAVERIM

SHALOM CHAVERIM  is a song from Israel printed in the Let’s Sing Manual

Shalom chaverim,

Shalom chaverim,

Shalom, Shalom.

May peace be with you, may peace  be with you,

Shalom Shalom!

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SHE’LL BE COMIN’ ROUND THE MOUNTAIN


She’ll be comiif round the mountain when she conies. She’ll be comin” round the mountain when she conies. She’ll be comin” round the mountain

She’ll be comin” round the mountain                                                :
She’ll be comin’ round the mountain when she comes

CHORUS

Singin aye aye yippic yippic aye
Singin’ aye aye yippie yippie aye
Singin’ aye aye yippic yippie aye aye yippie              ‘
Singin’ aye aye yippic yippic aye

She’ll be ridin” six white horses when she comes

She’ll be ridin’ six white horses when she comes

She’ll be ridin” six white horses

She’ll be ridin’ six white horses

She’ll be ridin’ six white horses when she comes

CHORUS

She’ll be wearing pink pyjamas when she comes

chorus

We’ll kill the old red rooster when she comes

CHORUS

We’ll all have chicken dumplings when she comes

CHORUS

We’ll all be there to meet her when she comes

CHORUS

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SHOO FLY

Shoo fly,don’t bother me,

Shoo fly,don’t bother me,

Shoo fly don’t bother me

I belong to somebody,

I feel like a morning star,

I feel like a morning star.

Circle formation:

1.A11 holding hands take four steps toward centre,raising hands forward and upward.

2.Take four steps back to place,lowering hands. Repeat 1 and 2,

3.Partners join hands and turn three and a half times,leaving girl on left of partner. New girl on the right will be the ‘man’s partner for the next round.

American during the Civil war. Performed a fair speed.

: Musical Fun with the Brownie Pack

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Song ALL NIGHT….ALL DAY

All night,all day,angels watching over me my Lord.

All night,all day,angels watching over me.

Now I lay me down to sleep,angels watching over me my Lord.

Pray the Lord my soul to keep,angels watching over me.

If I die before I wake,angels watching over me my Lord.

Pray the Lord my soul to take,angels watching over me.

Australian Campfire Song Book ,

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Song of Joy

Come sing a song of joy for peace shall come my brothers.

Sing,sing a song of joy for men shall love each other

That day will dawn just as sure as hearts that are pure are hearts set free

No man must stand alone with hand held out before him,

Reach out and take them in yours with love that endures for evermore.

Then sing a song of joy for love and understanding.

Come sing a song of Christ – of freedom tell the story

Sing,sing a song of joy – for Jesus in His glory.

One mighty voice that will bring a song that will ring for evermore

Then sing a song- of Him of love and understanding.

Tasmania Campfire Song Book

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Swing Low, Sweet Chariot


Swing low, sweet chariot,

Coming for to carry me home.

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Coming for to carry me home.

I looked over Jordan and what did I see,

Coming for to carry me home.

A band of angels coming after me,

Coming for to carry me home.

Australian Boyscouts Song Book

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The Belt skit.

cast ; two

Both characters are standing on stage, one standing quietly, the other rushing around in a panic, swatting the air, yelling:   “Its all around me, its all around me!”

“What’s all around you? “My belt, of course!”

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THE JOLLY MILLER ‘

Singing Game for Recreation

There was a jolly miller and he lived by himself. As the wheel went round he made his wealth. One hand in the hopper and the other in his bag. As the wheel went round he made his grab.

Circle formation:

Partners link arms: facing opposite ways, forming an inner circle going one way and an outer one going contra clock wise. One extra Guide in the middle.

All release arms and march forward in circle formation. The guide from the centre joins inner circle as it goes around. On the word “Grab” all seize the arm of the Guide nearest who is going in the opposite direction. The one from the inner circle who does not get a partner must stand in the centre for beginning of the next round.

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The land before time

The Land of Time

A mix of games and trails to enjoy yourselves with TIME challenges. Our Guides did.

White Rabbit has rushed ahead to keep a very important date in the  Land of Time. When he came through here he was very worried because he had dropped his beautiful gold watch and couldn’t find it. To travel through the Land of Time every one must wear a watch to help them find their way. The White Rabbit asked if anyone finds his watch, could they please deliver it to his home and leave it on the front door step.

Instructions:

• Give each Guide a paper watch to wear showing the same time.

• Name each patrol—blue train, red train, green train, orange train etc.

• Find your train station (stations have corresponding colours).

• At each station the leader gives each patrol an envelope which reads: From your Station Master, Mr Backwards. Inside is a message which reads backwards:


/ have seen something gold shining near: toadstools, a fire place, cupboard, cork box.

After the Guides have deciphered the message and have found a piece of the White Rabbit’s watch the leader says: “The watch piece is very precious and it needs to be carefully carried to the White Rabbit’s home so it can be mended. It must always be carried in someone’s hand and never be put down again until it is delivered.”

Each patrol now forms a train and is given words to say whenever they are travelling around:

blue says: digital clock, digital clock,

red says: grandfather clock, grandfather clock.

green says: cuckoo clock, cuckoo clock,

orange says: tic toe, tic toe.

When the train whistle blows it is time to move on to the next activity. Before leaving the station, the ’round robin’ begins:

1. On a large clock face at the station the Leader turns the hands to different times. The Guides discuss the time. When the hands are the same as their own watches, the train leaves the station and moves to the first activity.

2. Game as a unit: ‘What’s the time Mr Wolf.

3. Hickory Dickory Dock: Cardboard mice with a hole for a tail to be attached. The mice have run through the kitchen and the farmer’s wife has cut off their tails. The Guides must learn to attach a string tail on the mice using two half hitches.

4. Judging the time: Using a clock with a second hand, first count out one minute by seconds. Then standing away from the clock, judge one minute and sit down. Try sitting with eyes closed, then after one minute open them and stand up.

5. Across the ‘ice flow’: Learn to tie a reef knot. Join all the pieces of rope together then throw the rope across the ‘ice flow’ before it melts. Walk across the rope, but do not fall in. Try to complete the task before the next train whistle. If you finish early untie rope and throw back across for the next Patrol.

6. The crocodile from Peter Pan is lurking about. There are a variety of activities to try but keep a watch out for the crocodile. You know he is coming when you hear a bell. Quickly huddle together for safety and he will leave you alone. Go back to what you were doing and continue counting from where you left off. skip rope … count

• hop on one leg … count

• bounce a ball… count

• squat up and down … count

•  pat a ball in the air with your hand … count.

7. Read the time relay: (as a unit) Each Patrol has a large clock with hands that move. In front of eachPatrol is a pile of small clock pictures showing different times. In a relay, a picture is picked up and the Guide sets the large clock to the time on that picture after discussing what the time is with her patrol. She then runs with the clock to the Leader at the end of the hall to show and tell her the time. She then returns for the next Guide in line to take her turn. Set a digital alarm clock to go off near the end of the meeting allowing enough time to find the White Rabbit’s hole and return the watch pieces. The White Rabbit has left as a reward for finding his watch a packet of Tic Toe biscuits.


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THE MENU TRAIN yell

Coffee    (4 times)

Cheese and biscuits ( 4 times)

Fruit and custard ( 4 times)

Steak and onions ( 4 times)

Fish and chips ( 4 times )

S-O-U-P

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