This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kellogg’s. The opinions and text are all mine. Kick off Back to School with a Free Scholastic Book!
Are you earning your free books? It’s never too late to get free Scholastic books and begin building your home library – start today! The Fantastic Scholastic Book Giveaway is going on right now at Walmart stores everywhere. Don’t forget to purchase qualifying Kellogg and Coca-Cola products at Walmart to get a FREE Scholastic book. Offer ends 9/30/17, so don’t miss out! Purchase your qualifying items, get your free Scholastic books and have a great time learning about books with these free printable book scavenger hunts.
What is the Fantastic Scholastic Book Giveaway?
It’s an awesome chance to build a great home (or school) library for your kids this summer! (I’m definitely not going to pass up free books!!)
Get a FREE Scholastic book with each purchase of participating Kellogg’s products as part of your back to school shopping at Walmart. There are more than 80 full-length Scholastic titles for beginning readers to teens to choose from including titles available in eBook format or in Spanish.
Collect up to 90 Scholastic titles to help build their home or school library.
It’s easy to get your free Scholastic book!
- Buy any participating product from Walmart by 9/30/17.
- Send a photo of your receipt to Book@KFR.com or text the keyword BOOK and the photo of your receipt to 89332.*
*Message and data rates may apply.
- Get a free book credit to redeem for a book of your choice at www.KFR.com/FreeScholasticBook
It only takes a few seconds to upload your receipt. And who would pass up the chance at a free book?!?
Free Printable Book Scavenger Hunts
Heading back-to-school is a great time to remind kids about how to take care of books, what information they can find in a book and what kinds of books are available.
These two free printable book scavenger hunts are perfect for working on those skills.
How to use the Parts of a Book Scavenger Hunt:
Have each child select one of their favorite books and draw the outside of the book on their scavenger hunt. Then have the children draw a line from each label to the correct part of the book. (My daughter decided to re-write the labels…)
This is a great way to see how much kids know about books and the perfect time to talk to them about how to handle a book correctly.
How to use the Book Genre Scavenger Hunt:
Grab the scavenger hunt and head to the library. (Or your enormous home library!) Let the kids search through the shelves to find books for each genre, then have them write the title and author of each book.
They may even find some new books that they want to read in the process!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kellogg’s. The opinions and text are all mine.