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20 thoughts on “Scholastic Summer Reading Back to School with Energizer Instant Win Game #SummerReading #ad @Scholastic”

  1. I think it is so important to keep kids reading over the summer. How awesome is it that Scholastic and Energizer is doing this.

  2. My son reads several books every night. Even when we travel, we are sure to bring books along. He loves anything with dinosaurs at the moment!

  3. This is such a great reading challenge. Reading is one thing I never had an issue with getting my son to do. Now that he is older we share a lot of books.

  4. So important that kids read all year long. My kids love reading and I don’t ever want them to stop, so I let them do their thing and remind them often there’s book to take a look at! This is great.

  5. We did great with reading during the first half of summer break but have kind of slacked off. I think one more library trip needs to happen soon to get them in gear before school starts again.

  6. It’s back to school for us next week. That means trying to cram all the math and reading I said we’d do over the summer into one week! Eeek! It’s not really that bad. The kids were pretty good about reading library books.

  7. My kids have always loved to read. Even now as Teenager they love to go to the library and pick out a new book to read.

  8. I used to get so excited when the Scholastic papers would be handed out in class and we were ready to place our orders. I would read the whole sales page and carefully circle which books I wanted my mother to buy for me.

  9. My kids like to read. One more so than the others, but they’ll still pick up books on their own. And we’ve always loved Scholastic here.

  10. I have also been pleasantly surprised by how much my children’s reading has progressed over the summer. This post also reminded me that I desperately need to pick up batteries to replace in the flashlights and remote controls.

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