Come and join Montessori Schools from around the world as we sing for peace on the United Nation's International Day of Peace...
Children Who Sang with us Last Year!
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35 Countries Ready To Sing!
New Zealand Australia Philippines Mariana Taiwan Korea Japan Finland Indonesia Sri Lanka India Pakistan Russia Switzerland Belarus Finland South Africa Sweden Namibia Germany Denmark Czech republic Croatia Norway England Ireland Scotland British Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands Aruba Panama Mexico Brasil Canada United States
Have a Question? firstname.lastname@example.org What if I don't have a time slot!!! Sing with your class at exactly 11am local time on the 21st of September and you will be joining the rest of the world in the chain. So this year we don't have to sign up. . . just leave a comment? You bet!
Who wrote the song? I did. (Shelley Murley)
Who sings the song? My nine year old daughter Emily. She's a sweetheart!
Will you do this again next year? Absolutely!
Is it okay if my afternoon class joins in? Yes! Everyone from New Zealand to England (going west) choose any time in the afternoon and you will be singing with the world. Everyone on the east coast in North and South America, sing early to catch up with the world. Westcoasters, well, just sing and know we love ya!
Does the song go geographically in order? We tried! Every day dozens of new registrations come in from all over the world which changes the order in which you would be assigned to sing. So instead we go in geographical order according to zones not cities. Which means you might live in London and someone in Sheffield might be assigned to sing before you. We hope in the future we can make the song go perfectly in geographical order.
Can I find out who is singing before us and after us so we know who we are passing the song onto?
Not this year, but hopefully in future years to come. There are just too many schools signing up everyday. (Which is a great thing!)
Where should we send the photos we take? To me. In an email labeled exactly who you are, what school, what city, and what country, and let me know how many kids/teachers/parents sang the song.