The Importance Of Reading And Writing

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If you ponder about it, the majority of people wouldn’t make it in this world we live in today if they didn’t understand the concepts of reading and writing. After all, reading is everywhere, far and wide, and is a very important, as well as a necessary part of the human life. Daily lifestyle includes reading road signs, magazines, billboards, texts, newspapers, emails, books, labels and so on. Over the years of learning how to properly read and write, my family and teachers massively impacted the techniques that I use today by reading me books that have accounted for enormous parts of my life. They provided me with unforgettable memories that I am thankful for today as I use the advice I have taken from them throughout my life. It all started early in the morning when I arose from my Hello Kitty bed. Greeting me with two burnt pieces of toast, my mother tossed me my clothes and rushed to pack my book bag. Because of the fact that this was my very first day of preschool, my body trembled under my clothes with fear. Perfectly dressed from head to toe in my new favorite outfit, I strutted in boldly, pretending not to be startled, with a sweet smile on my face. The day started out with my classmates and I playing matching word games in a circle group together as a class. By taking turns, I heard other kids saying words aloud as well as myself when it was my turn. This experience helped me start learning to read because it taught me to pronounce the words and match it with
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