Many of the rewards that teachers and parents set up don't cost a cent. Here are our favorite reading incentives, pulled directly from the RR Store.
Today is the first day of school for many of us, and Michelle and I wanted to offer you a small gift to start the year off right. Introducing our revised volume discounts for the Premium teacher account.
It has been a dreary, horribly cold and ever-so-long winter. Carole and I have been eagerly looking forward to spring and all it has to offer. What better way to welcome the new season than with [...]
I LOVE craft projects. I have a whole closet dedicated to meticulously labelled craft supplies, which I have been lovingly collecting since I was pregnant with my first child, and dreaming about spending long, leisurely [...]
Kids love Valentine's Day! And what could be more fun than offering cute little gifts to all of your friends?Unfortunately, what's fun for your children can translate into climbing costs for you.... especially if they plan to offer a cute little something to each of their classmates.Take heart, parents and teachers! We have an idea for your little cupids that won't break the bank. It's also a really nice addition to any book you want to offer in celebration of International Book Giving Day!
This week, we received a wonderful email in our inbox from a Riverside Elementary School Resource Specialist. We wanted to share this success story with you, and let you know how much it means to [...]
Still looking for the perfect gifts for those hard-to-please people on your list? Don't worry, so are we! But one of our favourite holiday stops for shopping has always been the bookstore. Here are 10 [...]
A couple of days ago, I stumbled upon a teacher's blog with a post that expressed considerable concern about the Reading Rewards premise. That reading should be for fun, and not 'funds'. I absolutely agree. [...]
Some of you may have noticed a different look to our blog as well as our Facebook page. Over the past few months, Carole and I have been working very hard on a brand-new version [...]
November isn't even over and one of my younger son's favorite activities of late is 'working on his Christmas list'. This involves browsing the websites of ToysRUs, Amazon, BestBuy and other online retailers for the [...]
We've had a couple of reading a-ha moments lately that I just had to share. While my older guy has gotten hooked on The Hunger Games trilogy (he's reading Mockingjay at the moment), and finishes [...]
According to UN calculations, the world's population is expected to reach 7 billion sometime today, October 31, 2011. That's an incredible number, one that's hard for even adults to wrap their heads around. But what [...]
Sometimes, it feels like you're banging your head against a wall trying to get those kids of yours to read. Do you want my advice? Don’t bother. Here are my top 5 reasons why your [...]
While many use Reading-Rewards.com as a great alternative to paper reading logs, few people realize that we have a cool 'Printables' section where kids and teachers can print off reading progress using a number of [...]
About a year ago, my family and I discovered Geocaching, an amazing outdoor activity that teaches kids to read... maps, that is! We had heard about it from various people, and thought we'd give it [...]
It's that time of the year again, and we thought we'd send the kids on a Halloween Treasure Hunt! Between now and the end of October, Reading-Rewards.com members will be racing each other to find [...]