Scholastic Prize Pack + $50 Visa Gift Card Giveaway

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Scholastic Prize Pack + $50 Visa Gift Card Giveaway

Can you believe that Summer is just about HERE?! That means the kids will be out of school and looking for things to do. How will you be engaging your kids to learn during the summer? Scholastic Weekly Reader: Summer Express Workbooks are the perfect way to combine fun activities and learning geared towards your child’s specific grade level – all including stickers, rewards and more. With more than 100 curriculum-based activities targeting vocabulary, grammar, writing, reading, and math, these books will help give children a head start in the coming school year and help them to retain their knowledge from the year before. Check out more info on these amazing summer workbooks over at Raising Whasians.

Ready for a fun summer giveaway? Enter to win this AWESOME Scholastic Weekly Reader: Summer Express Workbooks Prize Pack that includes:

Complete set of 6 Summer Express workbooks for PreK – 5th Grade
Collection of 5 Scholastic books to engage ages 4 – 12;
AND a $50 Visa gift card

Open to U.S. residents only. Ends 5/19/17 at 11:59 pm EST.

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44 thoughts on “Scholastic Prize Pack + $50 Visa Gift Card Giveaway

  1. Children can loose a lot of what they learn during the school year while on summer break. My own girls are older now, but when they were still in school, they took elective courses in summer school, participated in programs at the library, and continued their dance and tumbling classes. Of course, I always did a lot with them and made sure they learned (fortunately, they were thrilled to go to the museums, zoos, and other outtings). I have a niece who could really benefit from this program, so if I win it will be going to her.

  2. These are great. The key over the Summer is not so much specific “lessons” as it is keeping kids engaged and reading and practicing math in funs ways that are not necessarily like school. These Scholastic readers would do just that.

  3. Scholastic Summer Express Workbooks help kids learn and practice skills they need for the next school year..

  4. These would be terrific for my granddaughter — these workbooks would allow her to practice and hone her skills over the summer.

  5. Weekly Readers are great! My grandchildren are homeschooled. This would help keep them motivated during the summer months. Thanks!

  6. It can help them keep up with learning when they are not in school. They can have fun while they learn

  7. Learning should be fun especially in the summer and these Scholastic Weekly Reader: Summer Express Workbooks do just that. Great reading opportunities and fun activities – our kids would love this!

  8. My great niece is just starting school this fall. I think these would help her start to learn how the school will be fun and educational while still having a good time over the summer πŸ™‚

  9. It keeps their brains busy! Reading and learning about new things is good for everybody! Kids get mentally lazy in the summer. Don’t let that happen!

  10. This would help my 5 year old to for K- class. To keep up with his “homework” thru out the summer and make him more ready when school starts.

  11. These would really help over the summer to avoid loosing learning because the subjects would change to keep what they would read new and engaging each week. In addition, they seem to have really nice and colorful pictures that appeal to the eye.

  12. This would help keep on a learning schedule for the summer. I usually continue a little summer school session just for them not to downward spiral

  13. This would help to keep my son from slipping backward over the summer which is a common thing. He would like these, which makes all the difference!

  14. My daughter will be going into the 2nd grade. I love how these will keep her reading skills sharp. I don’t want her to forget what she learned over the summer.

  15. I don’t have any children but, I think it’s great that it helps kids prepare for their next grade with fun filled activities to retain what they learned in their previous year!

  16. It would give them lots of exciting projects to do. My son loves learning and doesn’t like being out of school.

  17. Carter is 4 and I think it will help him to form a habit of enjoying learning and do it all through the year.

  18. It can help keep him busy and keep him from regressing. My son loves school and really struggles over the summer!

  19. With so many different choices there’s sure to be something for each of my three children to enjoy.

  20. Learning is a life-long experience. These books help show that learning can be fun and it’s not something to stop doing just because it’s summer.

  21. This will be a good bedtime read to wind down after summer activities…it may also give us ideas on things to do

  22. My niece is always sad when school’s out. She would prefer to go year round and loves doing “school work” during her summer vacation,

  23. Children need to have some quiet time and focus on some educational material on their own. Learning is not just in the classroom. Letting them try new things or just refreshing what they’ve already learned.

  24. covers all the main areas in which he has been learning plus, keeps his mind in learning mode through his quick summer break (it’s only 4 weeks long). Also, reinforces the importance of learning everyday.

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