Guidelines for Quiet Time and Silent Sustained Reading

quiet timeQuiet time isn’t just for preschoolers anymore! The benefits of less stressed, healthier, and ready to learn students have even been shown to improve student behavior. A middle school introduced a Quiet Time program which consisted of two periods, 15 minutes each when students could choose to sit quietly or meditate. The benefits? The school saw a 50% reduction in suspensions and a 65% reduction in truancy!

Want to start using Quiet Time, Mindfulness, or Silent Sustained Reading at your school? Check out this great document that “explains the purpose and rationale behind quiet time in the classroom and goes on to provide implementation guidelines.”

Read about the guidelines or download it right now!

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