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Practicing good hallway behavior is a routine for many teachers at the beginning of the year. Hang this Hallway Poem by your door and teach your st...

"Practicing good hallway behavior is a routine for many teachers at the beginning of the year. Hang this Hallway Poem by your door and teach your students how to walk in the hall"

“My hands are by my side. I’m standing straight and tall. My eyes are looking towards the front. I’m ready for the hall. Shh!” ...After the “Shhh!” kindergarten students keep their candle sticks (fingers) up. A cute hallway transition poem

6 Fun and Simple Hallway Transitions {Printable

Fun and simple ideas for classroom management from the best resource available to teachers: other teachers! Top hallway procedure transitions and ideas.

6 Fun and Simple Hallway Transitions {Printable} - KindergartenWorks

6 Fun and Simple Hallway Transitions {Printable

Fun and simple ideas for classroom management from the best resource available to teachers: other teachers! Top hallway procedure transitions and ideas.

FREE Hallway Songs~ This is fantastic! Sing it while lining up in the classroom, then sing it in your head while walking down the hall!:

Classroom management: FREE Hallway Songs~ Clever, catchy lyrics to familiar, upbeat tunes will help your students get ready to walk quietly in the halls. Check out Teaching with Style on TpT for these free songs with classroom posters!

Classroom Management: hallway rules! a great reminder for the expected behavior in the hallway! 8592

If I could figure out a way to create something similar for Hall Rules, except in Spanish, then this would be applicable to my class. A good way to manage student behavior in the hallway when they are a part of your class at the moment.

Karen Jones says, "Never underestimate the importance of teaching routines. In every classroom and every grade level, but especially in Kindergarten."

My Big List of Kindergarten Routines for a Gold Star Year

Great reminder for the beginning of the year: Routines, Routines, Routines! All in one list The routines we need to teach explicitly.

Routines, Routines, Routines!

Routines, Routines, Routines! (Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten)

HUGE free printable list of routines and procedures to teach in the beginning of the school year! (Plus link to first week work).

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