There are a number of summer programs to help keep kids reading during the summer. Barnes & Noble Summer Reading for Kids is for those in grades 1 through 6. Chuck E. Cheese has a program that helps kids earn points for free tokens. Reading Is Fundamental and Half Price Books have summer reading programs for kids, as do many public libraries and even a few professional sports team. Scholastic’s Read-a-Palooza lets kids create an online avatar and earn virtual rewards. A program sponsored by H.E.B. grocery stores allows kids to receive a free T-shirt, while Camp BOOK IT lets them get a free pizza from Pizza Hut. Finally, Showcase Cinema awards children free admission to a select movie if they show a book report.
- There are a variety of different programs that will reward your kids for reading over the summer.
- If your child reads eight books over the summer then Barnes & Noble will give them a free book.
- Public libraries often have free programs to encourage children to read and offer rewards for reading.
“With the Chuck E. Cheese kids’ summer reading program, kids earn 10 FREE points each time they read for two weeks in a row.”