Lining in up in Preschool
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Everybody make a line, make a line, make a line. Everybody make a line, it's time to wash our hand.
Gorilla class, I see that Cem, Alice, Henry, and Polat are standing in line ready to go. I, too, am standing in line and I am ready to go. Melissa, are you ready to go?
Melissa thank you for returning to the group. We cannot go to the classroom without you. You are an important part of our group.
Students are asked to line up after they have finished their lunch.
Everyone lines up except for one girl who decides to run off in front of the group. The teacher knows it is important to be consistent and firm about all students following the rules. She also knows that it is important not to draw too much attention to bad behavior, but rather praise good behavior.
This strategy sometimes works, but not all the time. This is just one possible way the teacher can encourage students to follow the routines and discourage them from acting out.
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