Looking for a fun way to keep your kids’ reading this summer? What better way than Summer Reading Rewards Programs!
This post shares summer 2017 reading rewards programs that can help your kids get excited about reading.
Free Summer Reading Programs
Barnes and Noble Summer Reading Program for Kids
Barnes and Noble Summer Reading program is for kids in grades 1-6.
The program is simple your child reads any 8 books and records them in the Barns and Noble reading journal and writes their favorite part of each book.
Next take the completed journal to a Barnes and Noble store between May 16 – September 5, 2017 and choose your free book!
Pottery Barn Kids Book Club
Become a book club member (it’s free!) and attend 5 story times you will receive a special gift. Find more information about Pottery Barn story time here.
Books A Million Summer Quest
Pick 3 books from the Summer Reading Adventure list of approved books. After reading the books and with a parent’s signature take the journal to a BAM store and get a James Patterson Middle School lunch bag. (make sure there is a BAM location near you.)
Sylvan Book Adventures
Children read selected books and then take online quizzes about the book to earn points. Points can be redeemed for prizes. For more information checkout, bookadventure.com. Make sure to check the book list to see if your kids have already read any of the books.
Chuck E. Cheese
Chuck E. Cheese has a number of Rewards Calendars. Simply print of the rewards calendar you want and mark off the days with a pen or sticker when your child meets their goal. Then take the completed 2-week calendar to your local Chuck E. Cheese and get 10 free tokens. (You must make a food purchase to get the tokens.)
Don’t forget to check your public library to see if they have a Summer reading program! Many library’s have reading programs for all ages.
You can currently Enroll for Pizza Hut’s Book It Program for the 20167-2018 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!