Why I Can't Skip My Twenty Minutes of Reading Tonight?

Why Can’t I Skip My Twenty Minutes of Reading Tonight?
Let’s figure it out—mathematically?

Student A reads 20 minutes five nights of every week.
Student B reads only 4 minutes a night or not at all!
Step 1: Multiply minutes per night times 5 times each week.
Student A reads 20 minutes times 5 times a week = 100 minutes per week.
Student B reads 4 minutes times 5 times a week= 20 minutes per week.
Step 2: Multiply minutes a week times 4 weeks each month.
Student A reads 400 minutes in a month.
Student B reads 80 minutes a month.
Step 3: Multiply minutes a month times 9 months per school year.
Student A reads 3600 minutes in a school year.
Student B reads 720 minutes in a school year.
Student A practices reading the equivalent of 10 whole school days a year.
Student B gets the equivalent of only 2 school days of reading practice.
By the end of 6th Grade if Student A and Student B maintain these same reading habits, Student A will have read the equivalent of 60 whole school days.
Student B will have read the equivalent of only 12 school days.

One would expect the gap of information retained will have widened considerably and so, undoubtedly, will school performance. How do you think Student B will feel about him/herself as a student?

Which student would you expect to read better?

Which student would you expect to know more?

Which student would you expect to write better?
Which student would you expect to have a better vocabulary?
Which student would you expect to be more successful in school…and in life?