They’re Slithering through the Halls

A little slice from the school day…

Our social worker was seen leading a kindergarten class through the hallways from one side of the building, where she picked them up from music, to the other side of the building, where there classroom is. It’s the longest walk in our building. The “silent snakes,” kindergartners with their hands pressed together, wiggling from side to side as they walked, slithered through the halls. They paused at the halfway point for a “silent dance,” hands waving high in the air, before slithering on.

So cute! (And quiet!) (And no one complaining “he cut me” or “she pushed me” or anything at all!!) Hooray!

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4 Responses to They’re Slithering through the Halls

  1. lindabaie says:

    Indeed, so cute! Kindies are the best!

  2. Ramona says:

    Moving in the halls with my sixth graders was never this easy. When I saw your title, I thought it had to do with the house of Slytherin (Harry Potter style). Love the celebratory silent dance at the halfway point.

  3. onathought says:

    So cute. When I taught 2nd grade, I used to have so much fun thinking of new ways to have us quietly walk down the hall. (When I wasn’t racing them to art… oops) 6th graders don’t have half as much fun being quiet!

  4. Tim Gels says:

    I call the kindergarten hallway at our school “the land of the little people” and I always enjoy walking down it. Enthusiasm and a sense of awe (okay, and a few really confused faces) are never in short supply!

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