Don't forget about your tech cleanups as well! While spring cleaning your classroom and your mind, you may as well include your computer, tablets and whatever other pieces of technology you have in your class. These tips will help you to clean out old files and help to keep all of your gadgets performing properly.
This article is a handy guide for organizing your organizing (isn't that just like teachers to organize their organizing?). We are inundated with paperwork and various classroom supplies so we can use all the help we can get when it comes to paring down the mess.
This article outlines what to avoid and how to go about organizing your class. Get rid of what you don't need and tackle the job piece by piece so that you don't become overwhelmed. Read on to find out more and gain some inspiration to make your classroom sparkle.
Find practical ideas for how to tackle the job of getting your classroom clean. There are only a few short months of the school year left, brighten up your space to get everyone excited about this fun and important time!
Organize your classroom, crack open a window and embrace the fresh feeling of spring. Do the same for your mind and spend some time reflecting on the year so far and the things to come. This is the perfect time of year to cleanse and take stock of where you and your students are.
Besides the dust and grime, tackle some 'spring cleaning' in relation to your own teaching and your goals for yourself and your students. Besides those great tips, this article also provides ideas for bringing spring into your classroom to help re-energize everyone in your classroom community.
Awesome tips from real teachers about how to bring spring cleaning to your classroom. The best tip? Give your students some little brooms and dustpans or baby wipes and put them to work. Kids usually like tidying, they can take pride in their classroom, help you out and get a little exercise at the same time. Maybe they'll even pick up some great cleaning skills for later in life...their parents will thank you.