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Have any of you kind people out there in learning land have any HARVEST FESTIVAL things???????

Any songs or activitites? Its my 1st one!!!!!!

 

Kat :o

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We are in a church school and the senior citizens use our hall for their 'club' on a Tuesday - we have been to see them for the past few years at Harvest and have taken our collection of fruit and veg and we decorate cakes for them. The adults share out the things from the veg basket to take home and the children give each one a cake. We feel this is practical for our children to see 'good sharing', (the whole school collect food for Cornerstones). We usually sing some of our class songs for them and they always give us a treat as a thank you.

Cath

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There's this one

Cauliflowers Fluffy and cabbages green

Strawberries are sweeter than any I've seen

Beetroots purple and onions white

All grow steadily day and night

 

The apples are ripe and the plums are red

The broadbeans are sleeping in their blankety bed

 

Blackberries are juicy and rhubarb's sour

Marrows fattening hour by hour

Gooseberries hairy and lettuces fat

Radishes round and runner beans flat

 

The apples are ripe and the plums are red

The broadbeans are sleeping in their blankety bed

 

Orangey carrots and turnips cream

Reddening tomatoes that used to be green

Brown potatoes in little heaps

Down in the darkness where the celery sleeps

 

The apples are ripe and the plums are red

The broadbeans are sleeping in their blankety bed, Yea!

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or this one

 

Autumn Days Lyrics

 

Autumn days, when the grass is jewelled

And the silk inside a chestnut shell

Jet planes meeting in the air to be refuelled

All these things I love so well

 

So I mustn’t forget

No, I mustn’t forget

To say a great big thank you

I mustn’t forget.

 

Clouds that look like familiar faces

And a winter’s moon with frosted rings

Smell of bacon as I fasten up my laces

And the song the milkman sings.

 

So I mustn’t forget

No, I mustn’t forget

To say a great big thank you

I mustn’t forget.

 

Whipped-up spray that is rainbow-scattered

And a swallow curving in the sky

Shoes so comfy though they’re worn out and they’re battered

And the taste of apple pie.

 

So I mustn’t forget

No, I mustn’t forget

To say a great big thank you

I mustn’t forget.

 

Scent of gardens when the rain’s been falling

And a minnow darting down a stream

Picked-up engine that’s been stuttering and stalling

And a win for my home team.

 

So I mustn’t forget

No, I mustn’t forget

To say a great big thank you

I mustn’t forget.

 

Autumn Days

by Estelle White

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