is the name of the Montessori-based program you are talking about. I can't recommend it enough. It is so great in terms of nurturing children's natural spirituality (it can start in toddler/early preschool years and actually can move through the elementary years). My kids attend a Montessori school during the week, and LOVE their Montessori church school on the weekends. So powerful! But in any case:
For that age in our Spirit Play classes we say Ghandi's peace greeting with some hand motions (google Ghandi's peace greeting...it's easy to make up motions), and sing the following songs:Chalice LightingSung to Tune of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat"
"Light, light, light the flame, peaceful as a dove. Joyfully, joyfully, joyfully, joyfully, fill the world with love."
(At my home when my own kids were toddlers we used sing to the tune of "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
": "Little chalice burning bright, won't you share with us your light. May all children, everywhere, have peace, and love, and so much care. Little chalice burning bright, won't you share with us your light.")Prayer SongSung to the tune of "Jesus Loves Me"
"Love surrounds me, this I know, for my Spirit tells me so. Love to each of us belong. It fills our hearts and makes us strong. Yes, love surrounds me. Yes, love surrounds me. Yes, love surrounds me, for my Spirit tells me so."Closing Song
We use the "Go now in peace" song so commonly sung as the children's blessing in worship when the kids go to classes. The version we sing is the one in the hymnal, which is different from the one I sang as a child. The version in the hymnal is "Go now in peace, go now in peace. May the love of God surround you, everywhere, everywhere, you may go."
You may find the CLF resources to be helpful. They have RE resources for use in home and with small groups. Try, for example: http://clf.uua.org/re/
There is also a brochure at the UU bookstore with some family prayer ideas, although in my family we do an extemporaneous grace before meals and snacks, and the older the kids get the more I love that. My (developmentally delayed) son at age five is starting to be able to extemporaneously lead the whole family in prayer, and I just think that is so great.