Book Week: “Imaginative Journey: Exploring Worlds, Inspiring Minds”

Last week, Western Australian International School System held a Book Week with the theme “Imaginative Journey: Exploring Worlds, Inspiring Minds” to ignite the love for reading and inspire the WASS community.

Books are a treasure trove of knowledge and are a close companion to us. For students, books are a priceless learning resource. Books not only provide students with the knowledge, skills, and analytical thinking necessary for holistic development, but they also help them explore the world around them, understand themselves, nourish their souls, and develop their imagination. However, in the digital age, the culture of reading is gradually being eroded. Therefore, to encourage and enhance this useful habit, WASS organized a book week called “Imaginative Journey: Exploring Worlds, Inspiring Minds” with many interesting activities and games.

The Book Week included a variety of activities, from simple activities such as Book Swap, Audio Book Reading, Book Fair, Class Door Decoration, and other activities that require creativity and thinking skills, such as Literary Scavenger Hunt, Bookmark Decoration, Book Cover Decoration, Play Performance, Geography and Travel, Book Reviews, and Writing a New Ending.

Especially the Golden Bell Challenge competition and the “Book Character Dress Up” activity contributed to making the event even more attractive. In the Golden Bell Challenge, students were like brave warriors, conquering each challenge of knowledge about the literary treasures of Vietnam and around the world. For the fun “Book Character Dress Up” activity, students had a day to dress up in unique costumes to illustrate their favorite characters from the books they had read. Through this, WASSers were not only able to freely express their creativity with fashion, but also to convey to everyone a better understanding of the content of the books in general and the characters they had transformed into in particular.

Reading is a journey to explore knowledge and help students open up new horizons. This journey never ends because knowledge is endless. WASS hopes that the Book Week has encouraged students to develop a love for books and a habit of reading books regularly.

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