Sing Peace Around the World

 

Sing Peace 2018

M o n t e s s o r i   S c h o o l s 

S I N G   P E A C E   A R O U N D   T H E   W O R L D 

F r i d a y ,    S e p t e m b e r   2 1,   2 0 1 8

Sing with your class between 10 - 11am your local time.  

Sign up to Sing It's FREE!

Register your school to sing along with thousands of Montessori schools around the world and join us in this very special United Nations celebration of  Peace.  It's free!

 

How Does it Work?

How does this event all fit together?  Where do we sing? How many times do we sing?  All of your questions answered and how September 21st will all go down.   

 

Get the Song

Download the free song "Light a Candle for Peace" and start teaching it to your class today. Also available is the piano/sheet music, circle-time singalong action book and more peace songs to sing with your class.

 

Watch Sing Peace 

Youtube videos from the tens of thousands of children who posted their classes singing for peace in years past!  

 

That our wish for world peace will one day come true!

"Come and sing the song that will go all the way around the world!" 

 Children from across the planet will come together to sing for peace on Friday, September 21st 2018 to celebrate the International Day of Peace. The singing will commence on the shores of New Zealand and continue from country to country until it reaches the shores of the Hawaiian Islands 24 hours later.   In 2017, "Sing Peace" involved over 150,000 children from some 65 different countries.  We welcome back our schools who participated last year and challenge them to bring a friend! Invite a guest!  We challenge you to share Sing Peace Around the World with a school in your neighbourhood, down the street or in your community.  Spread the word that children are singing around the world for peace.  More then ever the message of peace needs to be heard from every corner of every continent.

Start today. Register your school below, download the free song  Light a Candle for Peace, watch the Sing Peace videos, and start learning the song with your class. Happy singing and see you next September!

 

 

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