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Actvities to Keep Kids Quiet During Read Alouds

Posted by Michelle Osborn on

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Are your kids bouncing off the walls while you’re trying to read aloud? They’re squirming, giggling, and kicking while you struggle to be heard over the commotion. Instead of getting frustrated, try one of these 7 quiet activities!


1. Drawing

Pencil and paper keep children occupied while you read a book aloud. Set your children to drawing pictures of the characters. Assign them to draw a detailed picture of the setting of the book. Or simply let them draw whatever ....... continue reading 

True Aim is an extension of Blue Manor Education, "creating learning books for kids ages 1-12 and early learning curriculum."

Enjoying the journey,


Michelle Osborn the founder and owner Yellow House Book Rental, a service to homeschool families. She is a 20-year homeschool veteran of four, two married, one in college, and one teenager at home. 

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