Tired of reading the same book nap after nap or night after night? It’s a common ailment, known in the profession as “story boredom”. (When I say “the profession”, I mean “my house”.) If your kid’s favorite book is grating on your nerves like a song stuck on repeat and they know when you’re skipping pages, break out of the mind-numbing repetition by trying one (or all) of these creative tips. After all, who says you have to read it the same way every time?
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Most of these tricks are fun to use even if you’re not reading the same book over and over. If you’re looking for ways to bond with a child, story time is always a good method and silly story time is even better. How do you get through reading the same book over and over? For the sake of parents and caregivers everywhere, please share your tips!
Mom to two little ones who are way cuter than they have any right to be. Locavore, bibliophile, ambivert. Lover of architecture, the desert, and raisins. Caffeine free. Probably hangry right now.
I wrote about desert landscaping and urban water conservation in my former life.