Classrooms are not generally considered one of the cleaner places on Earth, and for a good reason. Exploring, learning, and trying new things just naturally leads to a few messes here and there; and while that's not a problem, these messes can build up in between professional cleanings. That's why it's important to know some simple, everyday tips to keep your classroom tidy.
The Deep Clean
First things first: your classroom will need a regular deep cleaning by a professional cleaning company. This is the best option for making sure that hygiene stays as high as possible--not to mention keeping up that welcoming, professional appearance. Keeping up with a professional cleaning schedule will make it easier for you to take care of the little messes that pop up here and there without having to worry about any of the big stuff. Plus, cleaning professionals have the equipment and expertise that you just don't have time to get; your job is to take care of your little learners and help them grow into members of our world, so don't let carpet stains or window scuffs get in your way.
So, how do you take care of your classroom between cleanings? Here are a few quick tips!
- Little helpers: One of the great things about having a group of kids is that they want to help--and they are one of the few groups of people that still enjoys cleaning. Get students to help and have fun at the same time by assigning groups to do little cleaning chores. They'll learn hygiene habits, and you get a clean classroom.
- Health: Remember that your classroom can suffer when kids get sick. If you notice students feeling ill, take care of them first--but then grab the cleaner and take care of high-traffic spots so that germs don't spread.
- Hygiene: Yet another teaching opportunity: helping kids learn about hygiene, like washing their hands, will also help keep your classroom happy, healthy, and germ-free. In the end, everyone wins if everyone is healthy.
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