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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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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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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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Clean Desks II
My tip can be used for any grade and it has to do with cleaning the classroom. To get pencil marks off of desks, I buy a tub of baby-wipes (cheap ones work just as well as name brands). I give each st...
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Clean Students
Our class of first and second graders gets very hectic while getting everyone ready to go to lunch. We have hit on the idea of having parents contribute Baby Wipes, Cleaning Up. Then, instead of takin...
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Cleaning Pencil Erasers
Do you ever throw away perfectly good pencils simply because the erasers have gone bad? Who wants to “fix” a mistake with a scruff mark? Ms. Comstock’s easy eraser cleaning tip is just what you need.
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Lots of Uses
I have discovered lots of uses for the ordinary baby wipe! I ask parents to send in a box of wipes during the first week of school and store the collection throughout the year. Baby Wipes, Cleaning Up...
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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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