Improve Reading and Writing Skills
Reading Rates' video challenge for kids is full of ideas. The goal is to improve reading and writing skills. Content with meaning in books, online articles or action videos, encourages thinking, so problem solving grows. Talented, imaginative children find brilliant solutions to pressing problems in our communities. Children requested production of the Goopy Ghost stories for Valentine's Day and St. Patrick's Day. They beg for new material for Little Ray Children's Books.
This challenge puts children in charge. Reading Rates provides sample content from V. R. Duin's stories about animals and ghosts. Children are inspired by these unusual characters to advance reading skills, spur creativity and improve writing skills. They may move on to develop new stories, action videos or action games on their own. There is no reason why a child cannot produce moving video action that rises to the top of the charts.
Moving Video Content Ideas
Reading Rates' moving video content ideas spur practice of reading and writing skills. Children advance skills with creative ideas from the fast-paced content in V. R. Duin's children's stories and videos. Be sure to post or tweet action video or book writing successes. They will be celebrated in our social media. We encourage everyone to join in the Reading Rates challenge to create text and develop illustrations for new starring figures.
Children find inspiration in Goopy Ghost, Little Ray and “The Foxy Armadillos”. The themes motive them to accelerate skill development for school, home and community challenges. We celebrate the contributions of creative children and adults in books, videos, website pages and social media posts. We welcome comments about platforms and activities. Reach out through social media. Create, post and share readings. Become celebrity readers. The length of the two sample action videos below ranges from 33 seconds to 1 minute 30 seconds.
The Reading Rates Action Video Challenge for kids has video content ideas that improve reading and writing skills.