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You should definitely take a book with you on holiday - I do so every year, and try to finish at least one book whilst on holiday. Whether it's reading on the train, aeroplane, or hotel room.
I love it!
It encouraged me to do more volunteering. It would also look great on your CV as it shows that you are an active member in the community. Try to communicate with children because it would boost both of your of confidence in communication. Try to encourage children to read books by telling them about your positive experiences relating to you reading books (when you were younger). It is a really fun way of spending your time in the summer holidays.
That it helps you if you are lacking in different skills for the future and it is enjoyable and fun.
This hack is a very good hack to get your creative mind switched on.
It's fun but it can be dull at times if you're sat waiting around for kids to show up. Some of them can be quite interesting characters and a tad irksome or sometimes shy, so it's important to remember to remain friendly and approachable and make them feel comfortable.
It was amazing and they should try it out too.
It is a very beneficial experience and helps you grow as a person as well as strengthening other skills
It’s an enjoyable experience.
It’s a great opportunity to get involved with your local library and community, and it can bring such joy to hear children light up about books they’ve read.
It's worth it.
It is a very good hack and is also very fun to do.
Summer Reading Challenge volunteering is amazing! You get to show your passion for books, encourage other children to read- all while in a safe, fun environment! It is definitely worthwhile and it's great on your CV.
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