Top 10 Ways to Make Reading An Adventure

At the Volcanes Elementary School, we were able to assist the youth learning English by reading with them. We pulled up some bilingual books and took turns reading Spanish to the children, while they read the English back to us. Needless to say, they were quickly correcting our Spanish, and eager to correct their English.

10) Join a Race

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9) Go on a Safari

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8) Repetition

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7) Wear a Hood

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6) Pick a Real Page Turner

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5) Catch a Thief

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4) Bring a Guide

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3) Blow Your Mind

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2) Laugh Together

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1) Celebrate The Victories

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Bonus: Learning is Hard

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Nick Pearson

2 Responses to “Top 10 Ways to Make Reading An Adventure

  • Mostafa
    4 years ago

    Hahaha … Cute gif images!
    They say “A picture is worth a thousand words” … But we can tweak it a bit and say “A GIF picture is worth a MILLION words”!!! 😀
    Fantástico !

  • Mostafa
    4 years ago

    By the way, may I suggest that you post one of such cute gif images, maybe here or on twitter / facebook, without any caption. Instead, ask the readers to use their own creativity to caption the photo! I think that would be lots of fun! (Not to mention the engagement that it can create on the blog or social media channels). Just my 2 cents 😉

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