Cleaning the school building
Cleaning of the school building is done by the janitor or the janitor who every day stays in school during lessons. They also try to take care of students' safety, especially in changing rooms and rooms, where children eat a second breakfast or lunches. In larger schools, sometimes clean crews are employed that take care of cleanliness. Every day they sweep the corridors, wash the floors and throw out rubbish, while at specified intervals they also deal with window cleaning, fine grating of the dust and pasturing of the floors. In the spring-summer and autumn period, the school area is also cleaned. If necessary, the grass is mown, swept pavements and undercut tree branches.
Cleaning the children's room
All parents know well that their children like to play in all areas of the house and enter into different nooks and crannies without paying attention to whether they can get dirty in this way. That's why housewives try to keep the children's room clean, which is not easy because of the temperament and spontaneity of some children. Because of this general cleaning in a child's room, it is best to do it while the children are in kindergarten or at school. However, smaller orders can be done together with children, and thanks to this they will learn to take care of cleanliness. All children can participate in cleaning toys, while older children can also participate in other activities performed in their room.
Review of clothes
Clothes that are in the home wardrobe sometimes need to be rearranged and suspended. When you put your clothes into the closet after washing, some of them may be crumpled and others fall off the hanger, so you have to constantly place them in other places. Every now and then a review of clothes is carried out, during which old clothes are thrown out, which we have not managed to wash or have long ago walked in, but only translate them to a different place after each wash. Such clothes can also be collected by us in some place, and then packed in bags and displayed in front of the house during the collection of clothing. Similarly with old shoes, which sometimes we have a dozen or so pairs of, and just look at them and throw them away.