I thought I would share mine, and you can share yours. We could probably offer teachers some good ideas if they are thinking of changing it up a little! I am switching from a job for everyone, to two helpers a day. The two helpers will do attendance, line leader/caboose, etc. At the end of the day, I am going to time the students for two minutes, and have them pick up X number of items (will change daily to keep it interesting) and try to be ready before the timer goes off. Then, I will find a secret thing in the room that needs to be put back, and have them silently look for it for 30 seconds. On alternating weeks we will have a clean up party, and draw sticks for various jobs, including dusting, scrubbing, organizing, etc. We will even play music for our clean up party. This is my OLD routine: Every day the kids would work toward a "Disco" Clean up. They had 3 minutes to clean up silently. Each child had an end of the day job. Each day they would earn something new if they were silent and cleaned in less than 3 minutes. Day 1 was the start. Day 2, lights out. Day 3, music. Day 4, Disco ball, lights out and music. Most weeks they got the disco by Friday. If one day was more than 3 minutes or not quiet we would stay on that step the next day.