Get Your Kids Energized About Reading in Scholastic’s Summer Reading Challenge

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Get Your Kids Energized About Reading in Scholastic's Summer Reading Challenge

Tomorrow is the last day of school and I’ve been preparing for this day. As a first grader, my child has grown leaps and bounds with his reading. Some of his favorite books include chapter books, books that explain “How or Why” and of course, he still has a great love for books like the Magic School Bus.

We’ve worked hard this school year and want to help him keep this knowledge over the summer months. This is why I have partnered with Scholastic in their Summer Reading program.

Get Your Kids Energized About Reading in Scholastic's Summer Reading Challenge

As part of our partnership, Scholastic sent us a goodie box filled with books, bookmarks and activity sheets to get started in the summer reading program.

Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge

I encourage you to join us! You can visit the Scholastic Summer Reading program online and sign up right from their website.

This year’s challenge is “Power Up & Read” and it encourages children to keep reading. The more that your child reads, up to 12 original short stories by best selling children’s authors will be unlocked.

This summer, Scholastic has partnered with ENERGIZER to run the Summer Reading Challenge and to help encourage their kid’s with fun ways to grow the joy of reading.

Get Your Kids Energized About Reading in Scholastic's Summer Reading Challenge

We are really excited to do the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge! Not only will it help to foster the love of reading during summer months, there are incentives to your child to keep reading. Read and log your minutes online and each week more stories will be unlocked and your child will have an opportunity to earn rewards.

Parents can sign up kids beginning May 4, 2015 and runs through September 4, 2015.

Scholastic Parenting Tips with Expert, Maggie McGuire!

Parenting expert, Maggie McGuire (VP of Scholastic Parent’s Channel) has some great tips on how to keep reading on-the-go during summer vacation.

Check out these tips to keep your kids reading all summer long!

ENERGIZER Instant Win Game!

Energizer® and Scholastic are partnering to create the “Power the Possibilities” campaign which gives moms the tools they need to unlock their child’s talents, fuel their ambitions and set them up for future success. Starting May 4, 2015, parents can buy any specially marked pack of Energizer® brand batteries to scratch for a chance to win one of thousands of prizes that will power discovery and learning.

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Prizes include a family trip to New York City, a Scholastic Study Corner Makeover, a tablet with Scholastic apps, a library of Scholastic books and more! Everyone who plays can also download free digital stories for their family.

We Are Ready!

With school ending this week, I’ve already enrolled my children into the Scholastic Summer Reaching Challenge. We will be making weekly trips to the library, reading online and having an adventure through some great books.

Stay tuned as I check back and let you know what we are reading and offer more great tips on how to make reading more fun for your children.

FIND OUT MORE
Sign up for the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge
Find more Scholastic Resources to keep your kids reading all summer long!
Learn more about the Energizer® Instant Win Game
Follow @Scholastic on Twitter
Like the Energizer® Bunny on Facebook
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16 thoughts on “Get Your Kids Energized About Reading in Scholastic’s Summer Reading Challenge

  • June 26, 2015 at 7:27 pm
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    This is such a great program. I created a summer reading list for my son but I wish I would have known about this one in advance. Reply
  • June 26, 2015 at 4:04 pm
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    Summer reading is so important as they can really slide. We do 30 minutes a day to keep up all summer. Reply
  • June 26, 2015 at 3:42 pm
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    What a great partnership and program. Reading is so empowering for our kids! My little one will be leaving for France in a few days and she is packing a few books for the long plane ride and summer reading with her grand parents :-) Reply
  • June 26, 2015 at 5:31 am
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    Reading is so important for children. It's way more than just a story - we always pack a book or two when we go away for summer vacation. Reply
  • June 25, 2015 at 9:22 pm
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    I loved reading as a kid. My 8 year old not so much. We have to work on that this summer and start making more trips to the libraru. Reply
  • June 25, 2015 at 8:48 pm
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    We love Scholastic and I'm not surprised they come up with such a great summer reading challenge. Throughout the school year, I order books for each of my children every month. It would be great to keep the level of reading going during the summer! Reply
  • June 25, 2015 at 8:06 pm
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    This program provides awesome incentives. I'd definitely have my kids participate! Reply
  • June 25, 2015 at 7:56 pm
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    What a great summer reading program. My older son has a reading list for school but I've been trying to figure out how to get my younger son in on the fun and this is a great way! Reply
  • June 25, 2015 at 6:41 pm
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    When I was little I LOVED reading. I would visit a library at least once a week if I could! My kids, are a bit harder. They don't love reading like I did and I am going to change that asap. Great program! I will check for more great tips! Reply
  • June 25, 2015 at 5:10 pm
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    We're signed up for the reading challenge too, my oldest loves to read, my youngest it's a struggle :( Reply
  • June 25, 2015 at 2:25 pm
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    I signed my kids up, but haven't actually logged any minutes with them yet. :/ Eek! I appreciate that Scholastic is motivating kids to keep reading during the summer. Reply
  • June 25, 2015 at 11:05 am
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    It is so important to keep kids reading all summer. This is an awesome challenge! Reply

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