This is as much for myself as anyone else. My kids have fun getting rewards, and these are all great things to do!
Print the "passport" here:
(just realized they linked to last year's) http://www.rei.com/pdf/kidsPassport/pta_journal_09.pdf
And then print the form to send in for your prize:
From Half priced Books:
And the reading log:
Barnes and Nobles:
Their passport (reading log):
Bowling (check to find one near you):
The list of participating locations - there's a lot!
Lowe's - free projects for children:
Of course, check your local library. Ours offers weekly activities, story time, and prizes for reading.
I'll be posting more as I see more. Summer can be lots of fun!
Thursday, May 13, 2010
First offer that I have seen this summer - I know, it's still spring, let's not get too technical - is from Borders. This one is very simple. If your child is 12 or under, all they have to do is read 10 books, list them on the form, and get you to sign. Then bring it in to Borders and get 1 free book. You choose from 10 titles. Most of them seems like great classics. this promotion lasts until August 26th. I hope to post about more summer fun as I hear about it.