These original curriculum-aligned lyrics, 'Our Class Rules ~ OK!' (Grades Pre K-3) highlight consideration for the safety and happiness of others, and help students learn positive classroom behaviours, rules & responsibilities.
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©Lyrics: Nuala O'Hanlon, B.Ed; Cert Teaching
Music: Kathryn Radloff, B.A. (Hons) Psych.
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‘Our Class Rules ~ OK!’
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‘When ancient opinions and rules of life are taken away, the loss cannot possibly be estimated. From that moment, we have no compass to govern us, nor can we know distinctly to what port to steer.’ ~ Edmund Burke (1729-1797)