Are you looking for a way to keep your kids reading this summer? Well in case you didn’t know, there are lots of programs out there that offer FREE incentives to keep your kids excited about reading! Here’s a list of the different ones you can checkout.
Amazon — Simple read 8 books this summer and keep track. Bring your list to any Amazon Books by Sept 2nd, 2020.
Audiobook Sync — This is a summer program for teenagers. You can register now for the 2020 season. This program last for 13 weeks ending in July. Each participant will get 2 thematically paired audiobooks sent to the students reading app Sora. That means each participate will have the opportunity to listen to 26 new titles.
Barnes & Noble — Barnes & Noble Summer Reading Program for kids in grades 1-6 allows kids to earn a free book when you read 8 books and write your favorite part and why.
Books-A-Million — Read any four books from the Summer Reading Adventure section in-store or online and receive a free Dog Man logo baseball cap (while supplies last).
Chuck E Cheese – Kids can earn 10 free Chuck E Cheese Play Points for reading every day for 2 weeks. (Food purchase is required in order to redeem the play points.)
Half Price Books — They offer incentives for both kids 14 and under as well as teens.
Scholastic — Kids can enter their summer reading minutes online to unlock digital rewards as they complete weekly reading challenges and access book excerpts, videos, and other summer-exclusive content.
TD Bank – Kids in grades Kindergarten through 5th can earn $10 from TD Bank when they read 10 books this summer. You will receive the $10 in a new or existing TD Simple Savings account.
Local Libraries — Above all, don’t forget about your local library! Most of them offer fun summer reading programs with prizes and more.