Reading is a Bridge of Life: Reading and Writing Structure Activity



Reading is a Bridge of Life:  Structure Activity 





"Learning to use language and communicate with the written word are critical skills that children acquire as they grow and develop. Reading aloud to children at an early age is the most effective way to help them attain these skills. Reading also stimulates children's imagination and expands their understanding of the world. By helping our children develop strong reading skills at an early age, we are laying the foundation for their success in school and in life."





Our world is full of visual images, yet the ability and level at which you read is vital to your success, growth, and experiences in life.  Reading a cookbook, fictional story, non-fiction text, or employee handbook are all challenging tasks.  Especially if you or the ones you love do not read well.  Learning to spot the main idea, details, and other structures in language is an essential skill.



The Structure Activity above is a great way to improve your own skills, those of your students, children in your life, or employees.




Also, please link up with The Bridge of Life Foundation.  Learn more, get active, and donate your time and resources to the youth of Kenya, Africa.  Join the movement to stand with the children of Kenya to empower them through reading, activities, and mentorship. 






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