Summer is just around the corner and the kids will be at home from school. Here is a list of the FREE summer reading programs that you can do with your children. This list is updated each year so it always has the up to date information on the FREE Summer Reading Programs for kids.
FREE Summer Reading Programs
Scholastic’s Summer Challenge: Kids can keep track of their reading minutes by logging in. In return, they can win digital prizes. Kids enter their summer reading minutes online to unlock digital rewards as they complete weekly reading challenges and access book excerpts, videos, and other summer-exclusive content.
Books a Million: Read any four books from the Summer Reading Adventure section in-store or online, write about them in your summer reading adventure log book, and receive a free Dog Man logo baseball cap (while supplies last).
Barnes & Noble Summer Reading: This one requires kids to read eight books an then make a short recommendation on each one. They can then turn in their completed Summer Reading form at a store or online here and choose a free book from this list! Bring the completed journal to a Barnes & Noble store between July 1st and August 31st, 2020
Chuck E Cheese Reading Program. Keep track of your kids book reading with the Chuck E Cheese Rewards Calendars here. Once kids have completed two weeks of reading they can bring the completed form to Chuck E Cheese for 10 FREE game tokens. Find out how you can get more free chuck e cheese tokens for the kids.
Local Libraries: Be sure to check with your local library to see what sort of summer reading program is offered. A quick search on my local library’s website helped me find out that my library offers tickets to a local water park for participating in the program!
More Summer fun for kids!
If you are looking for other activities to do with your kids make sure you check out the Summer Movie Programs List – Cheap and free movies during the summer, including Regal Summer Movies.
Plus don’t forget to check out our list of FREE Summer Activities for Kids, for even more FREE summer fun!
You will also probably love this Summer Rules List Printable – it is a great way to help keep the kids from spending to much time on electronic devices.
If you are looking for discounts on local things to do with the kids that are budget friendly check out Groupon and LivingSocial, where you can score deep discounts on family activities.
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