Monday, May 10, 2010

Who's the King of the Jungle?

Last week we worked ourselves up to tackle "Who's the King of the Jungle?" in the P2 classroom, complete with gorilla noises and chest thumping and bubbles.

What, you don't know this classic?

Who's the King of the Jungle
Who's the King of the Sea
(bubble, bubble, bubble)

Who's the King of the Universe
and who's the King of Me?

His name is J-E-S-U-S, YES!
He's the King of me
He's the King of the Universe
the Jungle and the Sea
(bubble, bubble, bubble)

This is not a great song theologically (ahem) but it is rather  appropriate  for Hong Kong, since we live literally between the jungle and the sea, with monkeys swinging in our trees and bazillions of strange sea creatures wriggling in the ocean bays.

It's been raining and raining, with snails and slugs creeping everywhere, and frogs hopping through the wet grass and moaning throughout the night, sounding like cows with a bad stomach ache .  The hallways of the Lutheran Primary School are dripping with humidity, the hallway floors flooded with rain (the hallways are open to the outside) and everyone is beginning to be a little stressed out with  end of the year evaluations and tests looming.

This song is a great stress reliever, you should try it. 

This coming week we are doing the /i/ vowel sound, so I think we'll be doing another one of my favorite stress- relief activities, eating ice cream!

"Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these." -- Jesus, quoted in Luke 18:16

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