Description: This passage focuses on every student succeeds act, teaching kids five English words about extra curricular which are swimming, painting, reading, singing and dancing.
Today’s topic is extra curricular activity. Extracurricular activities are the things that you do in your free time after school and at the weekend. We do extra activities to stay healthy, make lots of new friends and learn new skills in many different activities. The five most popular extra activities that you do every day are singing, swimming, dancing, painting and reading.
The first word is singing. Who’s singing? It’s beautiful. I love to sing and singing makes people very happy. We sing at many different occasions like weddings, birthdays and festivals. If you sing in time with a beat, then you’ll make a great tune. there are lots of great kid songs out there and I know there are lots of you that want to sing when you’re older, but remember to practice every day. Do you want to sing with me now? Great! twinkle twinkle little star. S-I-N-G-I-N-G. Singing.
The second word is swimming. Swimming is an activity that we do in the summer. If you’re a kid and you’re new to swimming, then you can wear arm laps. I always swim in the kids pool. Swimming is a great way to stay fit and healthy, but always remember to swim with a parent or an adult. I’m off to the pool. Come on. S-W-I-M-M-I-N-G. swimming.
The third word is dancing. Do you like that? When you dance, you move your body to a beat. There are many different styles of dancing all over the world. Dancing can help you relax after a long day of studying. Let’s dance together. D-A-N-C-I-N-G. Dancing.
The next word is painting. Should we paint together? First we need some important materials like paper, a paint brush and some paint. Let’s start painting. I finished. Painting is amazing your creativity and imagination. You can see beautiful paintings anywhere in Vietnam. It feels like at an art gallery, so why don’t you get your parents to take you to an art gallery today? P-A-I-N-T-I-N-G. Painting.
The last word is reading. When you read, you open up your mind to the whole world around you and it makes you clever. You can find out about all sorts of amazing characters and stories. The great thing is that you can read anywhere, at school, at home even on the bus. I love reading. My favorite story is Little Red Riding Hood. What’s your favorite story? R-E-A-D-I-N-G. Reading.
Today, we learn five new extracurricular activities. Let’s take a look at them one more time. Singing. Swimming. Dancing. Painting and reading. Extracurricular activities are extremely important and they help us in many different ways, so why don’t you try a new one today? I’m off to the swimming pool, so it’s time to say goodbye today and we’ll see you tomorrow for another interesting topic.