Earn 5 FREE Books From Scholastic…

Scholastic and Kumon have partnered to encourage the development of reading and math skills and unlock your child’s learning potential. Your child (ages 5-12) can complete MATH and READING activities and earn up to five FREE BOOKS from Scholastic!

Simply have your child complete the activities for his or her age group. Your child can complete the MATH activity sheet, the READING activity sheet (or both)! Children can earn two books by completing one activity sheet and five books by completing two activity sheets. The more they LEARN … the more they EARN!

Go HERE to get started!



  • endless coupon

    this would come in handy as my child starts to read already.

  • Meaghan

    I checked it out and maybe it’s because I didn’t sleep much last night but I don’t see where on their site that you sign up for this program. Help please. 🙂

  • Karma

    The official rules state limit of 5 books per HOUSEHOLD, so even if you have more kids ages 5-12, you can only do it once. I’m going to let my oldest do it – what a great program!

  • Jen

    I see that you can only do 5 books per household but can I split this up between my kids? I have 3 (all in a different age group) and was hoping to have each kid do one sheet and then pick 2 books for the oldest, 2 books for the middle and 1 book for the youngest. Do you think that would work??? I just don’t see 5 books that I want on one sheet.

    • Karma

      From what I see you wouldn’t be able to do that. I think it’s 5 books for 1 child in 1 age group. Scholastic has sales every once in awhile for 50 books for $50 and there’s always some that aren’t as great. I think this is a fun way to give away the ones that maybe didn’t sell as well. Got 2 Grandma’s with different addresses? Or if you want better books, sign up for their emails and watch for the big sales, then split it with a friend (or 2).

  • Julie

    I have bought Kumon activity books (at Target) for my daughter before and they are outstanding! I think this is a neat idea, free learning activities and free books? cute!

  • Kelly Whitford

    Completed this program in April. As of July 1 had not received books. Contacted scholastic via their website. Received automated response with daughters name popped into the space in order to make it seem personalized.
    Scholastic implied that the program was closed. NO kidding! But when? and did no one receive their books.. ?? We sent our forms very quickly after the program started.. we got an automated response. very disappointed.

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