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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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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
Tired of cleaning up a messy class sink after a messy activity? Read about the simple step that Ms. Lochnoer employs that keeps the sink - and messy little hands - clean!
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Clean Desks I
Here's a classroom clean-up tip from Ms. Paradiso that could save you some scrubbing time while teaching students responsibility!
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Clean Desks II
Looking for a quick way to clean up marked-up desktops? Enlist your students, according to Ms. Winger! See if her cleaning tip can work in your classroom.
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Clean Students
Here's a time-saver tip that can help you get students ready for lunch faster - and cleaner!
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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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Low-Cost and Free White Board Erasers
Think you’re a thrifty teacher? Check out these ideas for dry-erase board erasers that cost next to nothing.
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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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