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Every kid should be reading over the summer no matter their age! Wether they are reading for fun or assigned reading there are lots of rewards they can get for any summer reading!!
Check out all the ways your kids can be rewards for their reading with this list of 2020 Summer Reading Programs. Many of them have sweet rewards and incentives to keep your kids reading!
If your libraries are still closed, check out lots of ways to get free eBooks and audiobooks.
2020 Summer Reading Programs
Get two free Audiobooks from Sync for kids 13+ each week throughout the summer. The fun has already started with two offers this week! Once the audiobooks are loaded they are yours to keep forever.
Half Price Books
Offers kids of all ages a way to earn Bookworm Bucks, good for purchasing books in any Half Price Books store, for reading (15) minutes each day throughout the summer. Program starts June 1st. This year the program is going virtual and final details haven’t been announced. Check here for updates.
Barnes & Noble
Books A Million
Read 4 Books and Get a Free Dog Man Logo Baseball Cap at your local Books A Million. Books need to be from their summer adventure, don’t worry though there are a lot of participating books from all genres.
Kids in Kindergarten to 5th grade get a big reward with TD Bank! Read 10 books and get $10 put in a new or existing TD Bank Savings account. Limit one $10 reward per child.
This program returns every year and runs 6/1 through 8/31.
Chuck E. Cheese
Earn (10) FREE tokens to Chuck E Cheese each time your child reads for 2 weeks in a row by filling out the form and bringing it in to claim your tokens. There is no limit on rewards! You do need a food purchase to get the tokens, so grab a coke and watch them play.
Pizza Hut Book It Program
Set a reading goal for your child and they earn a free personal pan pizza from Pizza Hut. Enroll online for homeschoolers or through your local school.
Scholastic Summer Challenge
The summer reading program from Scholastic invites kids (ages 4-14) to log minutes spent reading online. The more they read and track, the more online rewards and prizes they unlock. Program runs through September 4th.
Your Local Library
Don’t ever forget about your local library when it comes to Summer Reading programs. Many offer prizes throughout the summer. While many programs are going virtual this year, don’t forget that your library card can give you free access to thousands of free eBooks and Audiobooks!
Let me know if you know of any other programs and I can add it to the list!