Summer reading programs are a great way to encourage your child to read over the summer months. The following reading programs might give your child some incentive to grab a book to beat the summer heat.
Barnes & Noble summer reading program is back again, children will receive a FREE book when they participate in the Imagination’s Destination summer reading program and read eight titles.
Get the journal and downloadable parent / teacher activities and tips HERE to help children strengthen critical reading skills over the summer.
More Summer Reading Programs for 2015
East Baton Rouge Parish Library
EBRPL will have a program for every age group, everyone can participate! All locations of the Library will have reading logs for each age group (Children, Teens, and Adults). These logs will be available until the end of July. While each group has a different theme and guidelines, the goal is the same: READ!
Chuck E. Cheese – Kids can earn 10 free Chuck E. Cheese tokens for reading each day for 2 weeks.
Scholastic Summer Challenge – Scholastic has a summer reading challenge where kids read and then go online to record the minutes they’ve read this summer. They’ll also be able to take weekly challenges to earn rewards and take part in a World Record challenge!
Pottery Barn Summer Reading Challenge – Open only to children under 10 years of age on any day during the promotion period. Must present completed Award-Winning or Early Reader book list to receive a free book at participating Pottery Barn Kids stores.
What books will your child read this summer?
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