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Pioneer Day 2016

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Bobbi Frampton

on 24 July 2016

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Transcript of Pioneer Day 2016

The Oxcart

Here comes the oxcart, oh, how slow!
It's pulled by an ox, of course, you know.
The wooden wheels creak as they roll along.
Creak, creak, creak, creak is their song.
Pioneer Children
Sang as they Walked


Pioneer children sang as they walked and walked and walked and walked.

Pioneer children sang as they walked and walked and walked and walked.

They washed at streams and worked and played.

Sundays they camped and read and prayed.

Week after week, they sang as they walked and walked and walked and walked and walked.
CSB 217 D&C 136;1-11

Westward Ho!
1. Over the winding trail forward we go.
Westward ho, Westward ho!
The dangers are many; the wagons are slow.
Westward ho, Westward ho!
2. Often we're weary and laden with woe.
Westward ho, Westward ho!
And what we shall find ahead we do not know.
Westward ho, Westward ho!
3. Over high mountains and prairies we go.
Westward ho, Westward ho!
To lands of new promise with hearts all aglow.
Westward ho, Westward ho!

1. Pioneer children were quick to obey,
Walking along by the wagons all day,
Then in the firelight, kneeling to pray,
Little pioneer children.

2. Carrying water and gathering wood,
Building a campfire and cooking the food,
Learning and helping the best that they could,
Little pioneer children.

3. Children today can be pioneers too,
Willing and cheerful in all that we do,
Walking our pathway with heaven in view,
Little pioneer children.
Pioneer Children
Were Quick to Obey
Covered Wagons
1. Day after day the wagons are rolling.
Onward and westward we ever must roam.
Roll along, roll along, covered wagons!
Take us safely to our new home.

2. Night after night we sit round the campfire,
Singing the songs that remind us of home.

3. Someday we'll reach the land of our dreaming,
Settle and build on some land of our own.
Whenever I Think about Pioneers
1. (Boys) Whenever I think about pioneers,
I think of brave women and men.
I like to remember that children came, too;
I would like to have been a child then.

2. (Girls) Yes, I'd like to have learned to play the games they played
And joined them in their fun.
And I'd like to have slept under bright starry skies
When each day's measured journey was done.

3. (Boys)* I would like to have sung with the pioneers
When voices rang out loud and strong,
"Hosanna, Hosanna, we've found our new home,"
Joy and thankfulness filling their song.

4. (Girls)* I would like to have sung with all the pioneers,
With voices loud and strong,
"Hosanna, Hosanna, we've found our new home,"
Joy and thankfulness filling their song.
To Be a Pioneer


1. You don't have to push a handcart,
Leave your fam'ly dear,
Or walk a thousand miles or more
To be a pioneer!

2. You do need to have great courage,
Faith to conquer fear,
And work with might for a cause that's right
To be a pioneer!


What is special about Today?

Why do we celebrate Pioneer Day on the 24th?
How did the Pioneers become Pioneers?
Little Pioneer Children
1.Little pioneer children gath'ring berries for food;
See the pioneer children hunting chips for wood.
Gladly helping each other, merry and happy were they, Walking along, moving along, on their way.


(Bounce in your seats as if you are riding in a wagon)
(everytime you sing the word walk move over one seat to your right)
(Pretend to gather wood for the fire and berries for food)
Hand Cart Song
When pioneers moved to the West,
With courage strong they met the test.
They pushed their handcarts all day long,
And as they pushed they sang this song:
For some must push and some must pull,
As we go marching up the hill;
So merrily on our way we go
Until we reach the Valley-o.
Push and pull
As we go up the hill;
So on our way
Until we reach the Valley-o.
(March in place while singing)
Love One Another
As I have loved you,
Love one another.
This new commandment:
Love one another.
By this shall men know
Ye are my disciples,
If ye have love
One to another.
Pioneer Childrens
Sang as They Walked
Im Trying to be like Jesus
1. I'm trying to be like Jesus;
I'm following in his ways.
I'm trying to love as he did, in all that I do and say.
At times I am tempted to make a wrong choice,
But I try to listen as the still small voice whispers,

"Love one another as Jesus loves you.
Try to show kindness in all that you do.
Be gentle and loving in deed and in thought,
For these are the things Jesus taught."

2. I'm trying to love my neighbor;
I'm learning to serve my friends.
I watch for the day of gladness when Jesus will come again.
I try to remember the lessons he taught.
Then the Holy Spirit enters into my thoughts, saying:

"Love one another as Jesus loves you.
Try to show kindness in all that you do.
Be gentle and loving in deed and in thought,
For these are the things Jesus taught."
1. I'm trying to be like Jesus;
I'm following in his ways.
I'm trying to love as he did, in all that I do and say.
At times I am tempted to make a wrong choice,
But I try to listen as the still small voice whispers,

2. I'm trying to love my neighbor;
I'm learning to serve my friends.
I watch for the day of gladness when Jesus will come again.
I try to remember the lessons he taught.
Then the Holy Spirit enters into my thoughts, saying:

Chorus
"Love one another as Jesus loves you.
Try to show kindness in all that you do.
Be gentle and loving in deed and in thought,
For these are the things Jesus taught."

I'm Trying to be Like Jesus
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