Before you start, stretch a few rubber bands (min. four) over four or five frames. This way you won't have to fight them with gloves on. These would be verticle on the frames (top to bottom). I never placed them horizontal and managed to transport many miles over bumpy roads.
If you get the brood into the hive body and manage to get the queen also, then just leave them alone. By night fall all the bee (usually) will find their way to the new home. Sometimes, as mentioned earlier, they find hiding places. If the queen is in one of those hideouts the bees will mostly stay with her. Sometimes you can brush them into the box, or other container and dump them in. I guess you don't have a bee vac??? You really don't need one, but sometimes it helps.