One of the things I want to improve for this school year is teaching expectations up front. I feel like many of the behavior problems in my class could be avoided if I was firm and consistent at the beginning of the year. I have "First Days of School" by Harry Wong, and he talks about how important it is to explain and practice routines and expectations. But his suggestions for teaching/reinforcing them are so.....boring. Are there any fun ways to review expectations that my middle schoolers will like? Like games or riddles or something? I want to spend a good week or so pounding these expectations into their heads, but I don't want to bore them. Any suggestions?