Reading practice

Do you like reading in English? Reading is a great way to improve your vocabulary and learn new things. We have lots of interesting texts for you to read. Read, play games, print activities and post comments too!

Do you know how to stop food waste? Practise your reading in English with this text about a school campaign.

Do you like traditional stories? Practise your reading in English with this story.

What toys have you got? Practise your reading in English with this text about toys.

What can you do to help animals? Practise your reading in English with this newsletter.

What do you know about digital citizenship? Practise your reading in English with this text.

Do you know how to be a good classmate? Practise your reading in English with this quiz.

Have you got a favourite picture? Practise your reading in English with this art description.

Have you seen any of the Harry Potter films? Practise your reading in English with this film review.

Why do we need to save water? Practise your reading in English with this text.

Do you know about Frida Kahlo, the famous Mexican artist? Practise your reading in English with this biography.

Do you like sport? Practise your reading in English with these sports day certificates.

What do you know about Holi? Practise your reading in English with this diary entry.

Is there something that you're really good at? Practise your reading in English with this story.

Do you know how to make oat biscuits? Practise your reading in English with this recipe.

Do you know how to make a chocolate cake in a mug? Practise your reading in English with this recipe.

Have you ever thought about cities in the future? Practise your reading in English with this text.

Are you interested in space and the solar system? Practise your reading in English with this text.

What do you know about sea creatures? Practise your reading in English with this text about an aquarium.

How healthy are you? Practise your reading in English with this quiz.

Have you ever been hiking? Practise your reading in English with this interview.

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