Reading Aloud Through Interruptions {Episode 36}

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Reading aloud through interruptions {Episode 36}

This week the sisters are talking about reading aloud, and what to do when you have a kiddo with a lot of questions!

From audiobooks to note-taking to snacks, Cait and Kara share some ideas for keeping everyone on track, and enjoying read-aloud time together.

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One thought on “Reading Aloud Through Interruptions {Episode 36}

  1. Laura says:

    This doesn’t always work (what does really?), but I have taught my kids to put their hand on my arm when they want to interrupt while we read aloud or really at anytime. I then lay my hand over theirs to acknowledge that they have something they want to say or ask. Then once I reach a good point, I turn to them, remove my hand, and let them speak. It has helped a lot!

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