With elementary children moving around the school for specialized classes, getting to a door can sometimes be disruptive. This short lesson by Patricia Kienzle has already proven itself very useful. It is a great management tool to use at the beginning of a new schoolyear. After discussing what polite adults do when a line is behind them at a door, children practice good manners while singing a song to the tune of London Bridges. If you have a toy magic wand, it is a great opportunity to use it. (If you have real magic wand, I want to come to your school!)
It is marked for Pre-K through second grade because second grade students still enjoy using it if they learned it in previous years. If they haven't learned it, you may have them learn it to teach a younger grade. Both grades will benefit.