Summer is here, and it’s time for reading programs! One of my fellow homeschoolers was gracious enough to let me pass along a list that she compiled. Do you have anything you’d like to add to the list?
—Check your city and county libraries. In California, they are sponsored, and have some great rewards (Riverside City is roller skating, March Air Museum, Ruby’s Diner, Applebee’s and Castle Park, etc.)
—Barnes and Noble: Grades 1-6. Read 8 books and get a free book.
—National Amusements: Read a book, get a free movie. Locations are scattered throughout the US.
—Half Price Books: Kids under 10 can earn a $3 shopping card. Can be done multiple times. Locations throughout the US.
—Scholastic: Read 5 books, record it, and Scholastic will donate a book to a child in need.
—Book It!: Read 5 books and get a chance to win a Nintendo DS and other prizes.
—Book Adventure: Read books, take quizzes, gain points, spend points on prizes.
—Autism Asperger Publishing Company: Read books and earn a gift certificate for the AAPC store.
—Commerce Bank: Read books and get a $10 deposit in your bank account. Commerce Bank has locations on the east coast.