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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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Choosing Students by Number
OneHere’s a creative craft project students can do that will help you organize, select and group students all year long. Save your orange juice lids and try this when school begins again.
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Clean Blackboards II
Looking for a classroom cleaner that is non-allergenic, fragrant, and really wroks? Ms. Willoughby shares a tried and true cleaning tip that was passed on to her by a veteran teacher.
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Drawing Permanent Lines on Marker Boards
Colored electrical tape and stick on letters can help you draw straight lines and identify sections of your board. Ms. Weise-Spence has a good idea for organizing your board clearly and neatly with just a little planning and the right tools.
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Magic Chalk
This tip is for those teachers who still use chalkboards instead of whiteboards. I discovered that if you get the BIG porous sidewalk chalk and soak it in water, you can write on the board and it's ba...
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Magnetic Schedule
Using my word processor, I printed the name of each class (Math, Science, Lunch, etc.) using a large font size on neon-colored pink paper, cut them into strips, and laminated them. Then I printed spec...
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March 32nd
I've long followed the custom of writing the date on the chalkboard each morning. When April 1st rolls around though, I remind myself that any teacher who writes April 1st is asking for whatever prank...
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No More Chalk Dust
"An experienced teacher gave me this tip ages ago. For a terrific chalk board cleaner, dab a terry cloth rag with Old English Furniture Polish.
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Outlining Art Assignments
At the beginning of each week, or new lesson, I divide my eraser board into six sections. I designate one section for each grade that I teach. I head each section by grade and the title of that week's...
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