OK, I have individual reading and math interview assessments to do. Between the fluency test and the math interview, it's about 15-20 minutes per student. The rest of the class needs to be quiet, seated, and cannot rely on me for anything for and extended period of time. While giving the tests, 100% of my attention must be focused on the student taking it and I cannot stop to quiet any kids down. I have to give the tests and I do not get any paid help. It's somewhat iffy to rely on parents for this. In previous years, I've actually taken a sick day and gotten a sub. They are first graders. They have to be busy, but anything that keeps them busy they will need help with. If it's something easy they all can do, they get noisy and some kids finish super fast and don't know what to do. Adding to the problem is that this group cannot sit and watch a movie quietly and many of these kids do not like to draw or color and either refuse to do it or just scribble on a paper and say "I'm done." Any ideas? It doesn't even have to be an educational activity. Anything that keeps them quiet and away from me will work.