I still think adult summer reading programs should be a thing. Since they aren’t though (many libraries do though, so check yours), I’ll sign my kids up for all of them and live through them. Here’s a list of all the summer reading programs I could find for kids. If you need ideas for ways to get them reading, here’s a few.
Barnes and Noble: For grades 1 – 6. Read 8 books and receive a free book.
Half Price Books: 14 and under. Read 300 minutes and receive $5 Bookwarm Bucks per month to purchase books.
Books-A-Million: Read any 4 books from their list and receive a Maze Runner series water bottle.
HEB: Ages 3 – 12, must be Texas resident. Read 10 books, mail the form in and receive a free t-shirt.
Local Library: Check with your library. Most offer some form of reading program for kids.
Chuck E. Cheese: Read every day for 2 weeks and receive 10 free tokens.
Sylvan Learning: Read qualifying books, take the quiz, and receive points that can be redeemed for prizes.
Sync: For teens. 2 free audiobooks a week, one a classic and one a current title.
Junie B. Jones: Download a reading log and activity sheet.
TD Bank: Grades K-5. Earn a $10 deposit when you read 10 books.
Pizza Hut: Download activity sheets that correspond to select books.