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Clean Up Ideas
Submitted by: Anonymous
Originally posted at the A to Z Teacher Stuff Discussion Forums

These are some ideas that I have used in my classroom--1. Count to 10 slowly. Let the children know that by the count of 10 all the toys should be put away. * 2. Try giving out a small treat to each child that picks up. Once the other children catch on that they will be rewarded after they have picked up it will encourage them all to pitch in. * 3. Sometimes I will say "Who is my fastest picker-upper today. Who can pick up the fastest?" The kids enjoy this because they think that it's a race.



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