The summer's finally here, and school is out for the season. Now that classrooms will be empty, there won’t be hundreds of kids shuffling around the school, and you can finally focus on organizing the mayhem from the year, make sure that the physical spaces in your school are as clean as possible, so you minimize the amount of maintenance and cleaning work you'll have to do when everyone returns in the fall.
It’s that time of year! Many people are gearing up for the spring by cleaning up their homes, gardens, closets, inboxes, etc. Spring cleaning is an honored tradition in time because many homes need this boost after being closed up all winter.
It's winter, everyone is going stir crazy between the freezing cold and covid precautions: If ever there was a time to roll out chore charts for your kids, it's now! What chores can a 5-year old be in charge of? How about an 8-year old? According to research, children of all ages can benefit both physically and emotionally from lending a helping hand.
When most people think about cleaning, they often think about what kinds of shortcuts or tricks they can use just to get by. For most, the only thing that seems to help when tackling this chore is to be organized and to have all the right tools.