Natural and Thrifty in 365: #214 Dry Erase Quiet Books

There are so many moments when I just need my kids to be seated and content for just a few more minutes.  This project is for those moments.

Using photo albums and dry erase markers you can spark your child’s creativity and welcome the silence.  This quiet book project uses great games and coloring pages to fill the time.  They don’t have to be big fancy albums.  This creative mom used a clearance photo clutch to create her own solace.

If you have some spare office supplies around you could combine an old three-ring binder with some clear page protectors and make your own deluxe quiet book design.

I am definitely trying this.  Who’s with me?

Photo courtesy of The Craft Patch.

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2 Comments:
  1. We made a quiet book for church but we use the dry erase crayons instead of the markers because my little one would have the marker all over.

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