Spring Cleaning is one of my favorite times. I don’t know if it’s because I can completely reorganize everything so it looks fresh and new, or because we can totally declutter and minimize what we have. Whatever the reason, it really is something I enjoy.
However, cleaning is one of my least favorite things to do. That’s probably why I love organization and keeping things in their place as I go. I just find it easier to do in short spurts than overhauling my entire house at once.
But for some reason, my husband and kids don’t quite share the same sentiment. So in the last few years, we started making lists of what needed to be done in each room or area, then assigning them. This has helped us tremendously when it comes time to get busy.
With a task list printed up and ready to go, my kids know exactly what their jobs are so we can divide and conquer. Now that they are older, it doesn’t take much time to get it all done, but it wasn’t that long ago when I was the only one who did the clean-outs. So I wanted to share some Spring Cleaning ideas and printables to help you out this year!
With the nice weather and clear skies, spring is a great time to declutter. Check out these spring cleaning printables and ideas to get you started!
Spring Cleaning Tips and Ideas
Spring Cleaning Challenge | Year Round Homeschooling
How to Spring Clean Your Home in One Day | The Usual Mayhem
15 Happy Hacks for Spring Cleaning from a Mom of 15 | Mom Delights
Spring Cleaning Hacks | Something 2 Offer
Green Spring Cleaning Tips | At Home with Holly
Spring Cleaning Simplified: Focusing on Quick Wins | Imperfect Homemaker
Kitchen Spring Cleaning Tips | Simple Living Mama
10 Spring Cleaning Hacks for a Cleaner Home | Homemaking Organized
Dos and Don’ts for Spring Cleaning | Love Peace and Tiny Feet
How to Create a Spring Cleaning Plan of Attack | Look! We’re Learning!
Speed Cleaning Tips | Midwest Modern Momma
Top 10 Overlooked Spots You Need to Clean Now | Thrifty Jinxy
Spring Cleaning Different Areas
Cleaning a Bathroom Shower and Getting a Crack at those Shower Doors | Homemaking Organized
7 Bathroom Cleaning Tips for a Sparkling Bathroom | Simple Living Mama
How to Clean the Microwave | Simple Living Mama
Craft Drawer Organization for the Budget Savvy | Thinking Closet
Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Car | Glue Sticks & Gumdrops
Spring Cleaning Printables & Checklists
2020 Cleaning Calendars | Simple Living Mama
Spring Cleaning Checklist and Planner | Simple Living Mama
Kid-Friendly: Spring Cleaning Dice Game | See Vanessa Craft
How to Spring Clean Your Home with FREE Printable Checklists | Penny Pinchin’ Mom
Check out these other Spring Cleaning Printables & Resources
Spring Cleaning Your Homeschool
5 Steps to Spring Cleaning Your Homeschool | In All You Do
Tips to Spring Clean Your Homeschool | The Organized Homeschool
Decluttering Tips & Challenges
5 Real Life Tips to Control Kid Clutter | In All You Do
How to Declutter Your Home + FREE 30-Day Declutter Challenge | In All You Do
Tips for Decluttering Your House for Spring Cleaning | Premeditated Leftovers
5 Spring Cleaning Tips to Tackle Clutter | Centsable Momma
Find more homeschool resources on my Pinterest boards!
Annette has been married to her husband and best friend since 2003. Together they are raising their six children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet her angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating UNIT STUDIES and FREE PRINTABLES for homeschool families. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about homeschooling, homemaking and marriage while trying to maintain her sanity. She is also the owner of Thrifty Homeschoolers where she shares her tips on homeschooling without breaking the bank.
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