The brand offers tips to make chores a fun and educational experience.
It’s that time of year again to shed unnecessary or unwanted items in your home, and to deep clean all those nooks and crannies of your home that usually go unaddressed. You’ve taken on spring cleaning year after year, but what you may not realize is the learning opportunities it presents for your students. Teaching your children that chores don’t have to be a dreaded obligation, but can even be fun, will engrain a responsibility that could very well seep into how they approach school work too.
As chance would have it, there are plenty of ways to make spring cleaning an opportunity for your student to learn something new. Best in Class Education Center, which helps K-12 students prepare for academic success through customized educational programs, rounded up activities to gain a new skill or brush up on academic lessons while making your home spick and span.
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