As a kid one of my favorite parts of the summer was doing reading programs. One of the programs we did growing up gave us a day pass to 7 peaks water park. Earning and using that pass was the highlight of my summer.

Summer 2016 Reading Programs for Kids As a kid one of my favorite parts of the summer was doing reading programs. Take a look at these reading programs that can help your kids get excited about reading this summer.
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Look at these reading programs that can help your kids get excited about reading this summer.

National Summer Reading Programs –

Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program for Kids

To Participate in the Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Triathlon your child must be in 1-6 grade. They need to answer 3 of the 4 questions in the Summer Reading Triathlon Journal and then take the completed Journal into a Barnes and Noble store between May 17 and September 6,2016. Then they get to choose their FREE book from the list.

Print your Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Triathlon Reading Journal Here

There is an activity kit for parents and educators here. 

Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge

Be a Reading Superhero May 9 – September 9,2016 your child can log as many minutes as possible. They can enter a sweepstakes and complete weekly challenges to earn rewards. Create an account here. 

Sylvan Book Adventures

Sylvan Book Adventures is a year-round reading program. Children read books and then take online quizzes about the book to earn points. Points can be redeemed for prizes. For more information checkout, the website bookadventure.com – be sure to check the book list and see if some of the books your child has already read are on the list.

Pottery Barn Kids Book Club

This program is a little different according to the Pottery Barn Kids website they have story time on Tuesdays from 11-11:30 am. Each week they read aloud some favorite books. When you become a book club member and attend 5 story times you will receive a special gift. (New York stores have story time Saturdays from 10-10:30 am)

Books A Million Summer Quest

Print your child’s summer quest Journal here and help them pick 4 books from the list of approved books. After reading the books and with a parent’s signature take the journal to a BAM store and get a Camp Half-Blood tote bag. (make sure there is a BAM location near you.)

Don’t forget to check your public library to see if they have a Summer reading program!

 

***Get ready for the Fall***

You can currently Enroll for Pizza Hut’s Book It Program for the 2016-2017 program year. You must enroll by finding your child’s school. Home School Families can also Enroll. This Program is for K-6th grade. Reading for FREE Pizza? Sounds good to me!