“We’ve Got the Whole World In Our Hands” Song is Free and Green

Share this fun “recycled” folksong as a part of your Earth Day or other ecology-related activities.

Get the free mp3 download on DARIA’s Earth Day 2013 page, or make up your own verses and keep the great message spreading.

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Multicultural children’s performer DARIA has spent the last two decades performing in the US and around the world, creating music to inspire all the world’s children. Along with five national awards for her culturally diverse music, Daria’s website (www.dariamusic.com) was given a 2009 Parent’s Choice Award and offers many great resources for teachers, parents and kids of all abilities.

22 thoughts on ““We’ve Got the Whole World In Our Hands” Song is Free and Green

  1. Im the principal of a secundary school and the 7th grade students planted a tree, the 8th grade planted two and the 9th planted three of them. Besides that they have to take care of them,

  2. i love to clean our yard up and rake leafs and pick up sticks
    and clean trash out of our yard that people throw in our yard
    and when the garage truck droups garage out of the truck
    into our yard i do it to help the animals and the earth too
    keep it clean i feels good to do something right it makes me smile
    alot too.

  3. My students are 3 years old , and we take care the earth doing the recycle things when we have our snack we separeted the things and also use many of them to make a recycle puppets and toys.

  4. In our school, with our students, every year we go out of the school and we plant a tree in an area of the town. Later the students with their parents can go there and water the trees. Doing this we are trying to have more fresh air in Alguaire, our town.

  5. I am a grandparent of 3….I was not aware of Green when I was raising my 2 daughters. My daughter with the 3 children ( age 5, 4 & 1) has the children recycle, compost, plant, etc, etc….Their family is a positive influence for the future. They re “teaching” me also.

  6. I am a Kindergarten teacher in New York. A few years ago our class started collecting drink pouches that were finished during snack-time and can’t be recycled. We have been sending them to a company who urns the used pouches into tote bags, backpacks, pencil cases, etc. We started a few years ago and now our entire school is doing it! Thousands of drink pouches have already been saved from the landfill and more are being collected each school day. What’s makes it even better is that our school earns money for each pouch collected.

  7. Every year we talk about the importance of protecting and respecting the earth…in our classroom we recycle everything from plastic shopping bags to paper that no one wants and when someone makes a mistake in an art project we always use the other side!

  8. I tell my pre-prep children about the importance of picking up their rubbish so that the wind does not blow rubbish down into the gutters, which then goes out to the rivers and seas and kills marine life.

  9. I am an author, puppeteer, singer-songwriter, photographer, DVD producer primarily on the subject of living in balance with all the elements of the world and beyond. My primary interest is to help children and teen learn techniques and skills which will allow them to become effective leaders in creating a new world, while encouraging other artists to do the same. My primary sites are http://www.guardiansoftheearth.net
    and http://www.1worldmusicandpuppets. P.S. I am a great friend and admirer of Daria Marmaluk-Hajioannou -Daria’sblog

  10. As the student council sponsor at my elementary school we do a paper recycling program. We recycle 3000 pounds of paper each year. The paper is taken directly to the local SCA Tissue Plant which is a green company that make paper product.

  11. I am a music teacher, and my 3rd Grade Class sang “Our Earth, Our Home” at the school-wide performance in May.

  12. We love to recycle and reuse. It is even more fun if we get to reuse something and then recycle it! It is fun to see our garbage pail getting smaller as we find more things that we can recycle.

  13. Our school uses an afternoon to go throughout our small town to pick up trash and generally take care of our community. In the fall, we rake leaves for older people in our town. The leaves are used in our nature center.

  14. I’m 15 years old and I’ve been influencing my parents to become greener and more eco-friendly. So far, I’ve made a difference by recycling, composting, and buying green, recycled products!

  15. We have started planting a tree each year and when going on walks pick up trash if we see any and place it in a trash bag that we carry with us.

  16. Today I joined Treecycler.come which is a company that gives you the opportunity to “plant” a tree in a location of your choosing. And as an added bonus you get updates on your tree and other helpful hints and tips to be earthfriendly. I shared this link with my friends and family on facebook so that I was able to spread the world as far as possible. I feel that it’s a great opportunity for the world to connect and do together at the click of a mouse. The killing of trees falls on our shoulders a majority of the time, we should help replace what we use. I know this is for a cd, but really it’s about more than that. I also want to add that as a family we recycle daily, use the sunshine for lighting during the day to reduce electricity use and use homemade cleansers when possible. But, even with all that I can’t say we are perfect because of being a family of 5 we drive a Horrid SUV. Still we try.

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