This post is sponsored on behalf of Kellogg’s.
I just chose my FREE Scholastic Book! It’s SUPER easy! Building a quality home library for my kids is one of my highest priorities for their education and Kellogg’s is making that easy this summer with the Fantastic Scholastic Book Giveaway. Purchase any participating Kellogg’s item, upload your receipt to the website and redeem your free book. To keep kids on track to read all those amazing books, I’m sharing a fun set of reading logs. Set a reading goal with your child and have them track each day that they meet the goal. It can also be fun to offer them a small reward when they hit their goal for a week!
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!
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.
1 Box = 1 Book
It’s easy to get your free Scholastic book as part of your back-to-school shopping at Walmart.
- Over 100 participating items- See the full list of participating items here.
- Buy any participating product from Walmart by 9/30/17.
- Send a photo of your receipt to [email protected] 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?!?
Grab your Free Printable Themed Reading Logs below and then head to Walmart to purchase participating products. Let your child select their free book to get them excited about reading!
Suggested Reading Goals:
Listen to someone read a book.
This is great for toddlers, preschoolers, and new kindergarteners who can’t read independently. Get them engaged in the reading by asking:
What do you think will happen next?
What do you see on the page?
Read one on-level book.
An on-level book is one that a child can read independently and they know most of the words.
This is a good challenge for any reader because it works with their capabilities. A child who has a difficult time reading will be challenged by reading one short book and a child who loves reading will soar through a chapter book easily.
Read for 20, 30 or 60 minutes.
Adjust the length of the reading time according to age. Older readers should spend at least 30 minutes reading each day.
No matter what goal you set, your child will feel accomplished when they see it tracked on these fun themed reading logs.
Materials Needed for the Themed Reading Logs:
Paper | Printer | Pencil | Crayons or Colored Pencils
To get started with the themed reading logs, simply print the reading logs printable below. Choose a theme and hang it in a place where your child will easily see it each day.
Every day that your child reaches their goal, have them write the title of the book and give it a rating. This will help you see books that they enjoyed or didn’t enjoy so that you can easily suggest other books that they will enjoy. Don’t forget that you can get more free books by redeeming the receipts for participating Kellogg’s products!
After they have met their goal for five days, have them draw a picture of their favorite book for the week.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kellogg’s. The opinions and text are all mine.