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A Magic Solution
Dry erase boards can actually be difficult to erase. According to this educator, there is a solcution, and it's "Magic".
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Adopt a Hallway
This tip from Ms. Partridge is a unique way to build students' respect for school cleanlliness while teaching them the value of voluteerism and service.
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Assigning Student Numbers
Keeping up with school supplies, calculators, books, etc. can be daunting. See how Ms. Travis's tip for not only keeping track of supplies but also instilling responsibility in her students.
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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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Clean Desks I
At the beginning of the school year, one of the supplies I ask each child to bring is a box of Baby Wipes, Cleaning Up. Each Friday, after cleaning the inside of their desks, the children wipe clean t...
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