Are you reading for the right reasons?

J. K Rowling, the creator of Harry Potter once said, "I think it's the books that you read when you're young, that live with you forever'' For K-12 students, there’s a lot more to life than the school curriculum. It’s easy to think that kids only need to know schoolwork and we’re done. But it turns out the quality of kids’ lives is dependent on the quality of their learning. It doesn’t make sense for us to just sit back and wait for this to happen on its own. It doesn’t make sense for us to just wait for things to get better. We felt the need to do something, and that something is creating a platform for reading and much more. Why do we feel this way, you ask?? When we were kids, our parents told us to read. We listened, and we learned all sorts of things that we didn’t need to know. But what they really wanted was for us to learn skill sets that we would need as adults: math, grammar, geography (we have a lot of states in India), and science. But reading isn’t just about learning those functional skills - it’s also about developing our imaginations and allowing us to escape into new worlds. And no matter our age, or stage in life, we all need to do that now and then. This is why it’s so important for young people to read books outside of their curricular lessons. Here are some benefits of reading books on topics other than just your school curriculum: Confidence - You can overcome shyness Self-expression - You can express your opinions Motivation - You may want to solve problems or be more organized Creativity - You may find a new way of thinking about something you’re interested in That's exactly the kind of thing we want our kids to be doing as they grow up into successful adults. Until then, Happy Reading! Team Asymmetrical

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