An Enjoyable Educational Activity 8th Grade, Language Arts Essay

466 words - 2 pages

Identify an enjoyable educational activity. It could be participating in a 
play, completing a science experiment, playing an instrument, or 
something else. Use specific details and examples to explain why the 
activity is enjoyable. 
Some people think that reading is an adventure waiting to be taken. There 
are different genres and storylines that can expand your vocabulary. It allows you 
to experience many situations as if you are in the story yourself. In addition, it 
also inspires your thoughts, such as pursue you to make a book yourself. Reading 
is an educational activity that is also enjoyable because it can make you experience 
various emotions, improves your writing, and also develops your imagination and 
Reading can make you experience various emotions. Books like ​Five Gum​, 
can stimulate your senses. They can make you feel happy, sad, angry, or even 
depressed. They give a tone that is intended to make one person feel a certain 
way. They are intended to entertain, persuade, or inform you. For example, 
Fortnite Battle Royale videos or blogs are meant to inform you on how to win 
playing solos. Another example is when someone is reading a letter from a loved 
one, it would make someone feel joyful and cared for. 
Reading also improves your writing because it allows you to see what others 
have written which can give you ideas as well. Read...


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