Letter to Editor Suggesting Innovative Ways to Bring Children Back to Books

Stakeholders associated with children’s education are concerned about students’ poor reading habits. There are multiple reasons for this disinterest in students – academic pressure, technology and distraction, and social media. Parents do not read, children do not visit libraries, and lack of leisure time are some reasons.

Write a letter to editor in about 100 to 120 words expressing your concern and suggest innovative ways to bring children back to books. You are Sahil/Sushila.

Sample Answer for Letter to Editor Class 10

Examination Hall
ABC Nagar
New Delhi

May 12, 2023

The Editor
The times of India
New Delhi

Subject: Innovative ways to boost reading habits among students

Dear Sir/Madam,

As a concerned parent, I am deeply worried about the poor reading habits of our children. With academic pressure, technology, and social media taking up much of their time, it’s no wonder that reading has taken a back seat. It’s disheartening to see that the reading culture among parents is diminishing, which consequently leads to a decline in children’s visits to the library.

To bring children back to books reading clubs in schools and communities can be organised, where children can discuss and exchange books. Another way could be to incorporate storytelling sessions and reading challenges into the school curriculum. It’s crucial that we take action to cultivate a reading culture in our children. Reading not only improves their academic performance but also broadens their perspective and imagination.


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