We know that reading enriches our lives, makes us good at using the right and beautiful words, at the right time, to express our thoughts, about those around us.
Reading a book means getting around the world, about the events it conveys, about known and unknown characters.
Every book is a space that invites us to enter and multiply our lives. It is an open window where people pass before us with their stories from ancient times to the present day and beyond.
The book is the irreplaceable tool that fills all other computer tools with information. All people from the youngest to the oldest must read.
But where does the importance of reading lie?
- The book educates us through the information they convey.
- The book keeps our brain healthy, as it stimulates it to work continuously.
- The book encourages creativity in everyone, especially in children.
What should students read during the summer holidays?
First graders now know how to read texts by themselves. For these children, it is recommended to read stories, fairy tales, fables, riddles, poems, etc., which are not too long, but accompanied by relevant illustrations.
Students of the second, third, fourth and fifth grades are suggested not only literary texts such as stories, fairy tales, poems, fables, riddles, myths and legends, but also non-literary texts, such as descriptive, informative, instructive, advisory texts etc.
All kinds of books enrich the world of children and keep them always connected with school, with updating of various events, with their closeness with others, with reviving the beautiful memories they spent in school.
Is it necessary for the child to keep a record of what he reads?
We know that an event is remembered when it is written on paper.
This makes the information imprint for a long time and makes the child to re-read as often as he needs what he has written and gives him the ability to connect the thoughts nicely in sentences and the correct use of punctuation marks.
- When each child finishes reading a book during the summer holidays, write a summary of the event in 5-6 sentences on a journal sheet.
- One or two qualities of the characters of the piece.
- Extracting the read part message.
Thus, the child remembers the way of reading and writing. Keeping a journal for Primary Education children is a very nice thing, because it teaches them the art of writing and creating.