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A Magic Solution
The very best product I have EVER used to clean a white dry erase board is a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser. They don't have to have any cleaning solution or water on them to work. The best thing is that the ...
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Adhere Posters with Velcro Dots
Ms. Lesser uses Velcro dots on the back of her posters, walls and cabinets to make it easier to set up or take down, especially during state testing. Read more about how she removes and replaces her posters in an orderly fashion.
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Adopt a Hallway
To keep our school looking neat and clean, I suggested an 'Adopt a Hallway' program. Classes volunteered to police the halls for litter and our principal posted signs reminding us to 'Keep Riverside B...
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Baby Wipes, Cleaning Up Revisited
During the school year, I have the students donate several items for classroom use. Items that are particularly handy are boxes of Baby Wipes, Cleaning Up. These are excellent for wiping hands after r...
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Chalkboard Cleaner Revisited
Ms. DeWitt likes a clean chalkboard as much as the next person… well, maybe more than the next person. Discover everything you need to know about cleaning your chalkboard – especially what common household cleaning product you should avoid.
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Classroom Help
Place an ad next year to hire classroom help. Get your students motivated to help and stay employed by doing a good job.
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Clean Blackboards I
Here is a blackboard tip that eliminates yucky wet cloths and sponges while keeping blackboards looking like new. I take a clean small towel and put a little bit of lemon oil on it. I place the towel ...
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Clean Blackboards II
This cleaning tip was passed on to me by a veteran teacher. Clean everything with diluted Murphy's Oil soap. It is non-allergenic and recommended by healthy home sources. It is made of pure vegetable ...
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Clean Chalkboards
To keep chalkboards clean, use a Kleenex that has lanolin or hand lotion on it. Put it around the eraser and erase the board. You will rarely have to wash your board.
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Clean Desks and Kids
In kindergarten we do a lot of messy activities and for years I would always let the children go to the sink to get rid of the paste or glue from their hands. About 4 years ago, I decided enough was e...
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