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Back to school preparations can get expensive. You often need to purchase new school clothes, school supplies, items to pack in lunches, and breakfast items that can be prepared quickly. It can be equally expensive for teachers, who are often responsible for replenishing supplies or other items for their classrooms. What if you could earn free books for your child or your school just by purchasing items that you would likely purchase anyhow? You can with a new Kellogg’s program. Specially marked boxes of Kellogg’s products have codes which can be redeemed for free books (print or ebooks) that can be sent to you or donated to the school of your choice. Today, I’m sharing about the program and I’m including a free printable to let your child’s teacher know that you donated a book to their classroom.
I love to read. My entire family helped to instill a love of reading early in my childhood. It’s important to read to a child; it can help develop fundamental reading skills, create lifelong memories, and a positive association with books. Gabe loves to read books, especially before bedtime. He enjoys print books, and we occasionally read ebooks on our laptop or tablet.
Kellogg’s is making it easier to grow your own personal library or donate to your child’s classroom library. Specially marked boxes of Kellogg’s products contain codes which can be redeemed for a free print or ebook. In order to redeem your free book, you must create a Kellogg’s Family Rewards account.
One code from the specially marked boxes of Kellogg’s products can be redeemed for one book. One individual can redeem codes for up to thirty books.
We plan to donate the rest of our free books, but Gabe couldn’t resist redeeming a code for a free ebook. The download was sent to my email in less than an hour after redemption, and he was able to read it on our laptop and tablet.
You can find codes for free books printed inside specially marked boxes of certain Kellogg’s products such as:
- Frosted Flakes®
- Froot Loops®
- Apple Jacks®
- Frosted Mini-Wheats®
- Raisin Bran®
- Raisin Bran Crunch®
- Corn Flakes
- Corn Pops®
- Rice Krispies®
- Eggo® Waffles 24 ct
- Kellogg’s 16ct Pop-Tarts®
- Special K® Protein shakes and bars
- Nutri-Grain® bars
- Select Cheez-It® Flavors
- Select Keebler® Cookie and Cracker Caddies/ lunch box multi-packs
- Rice Krispies Treats® 16ct
- Pringles® 27ct Snack Stacks.
The label should look something like this:
I have created this cute tag which can be printed and given to a teacher, or even emailed. It’s a great way of saying thank you to a special teacher. Please feel free to click, save, and print the file for personal use.
The codes can be quickly redeemed and the site was easy to navigate. You have to redeem your code for your free scholastic book within fourteen days of purchase. There are 80 full length Scholastic book available, and several in Spanish. The books are mailed to you or to where ever they were donated FREE of charge. The codes must be entered by 3/31/16.
You can find the specially marked boxes of Kellogg’s products at your local Walmart.
Consumers can also buy directly on Walmart.com and receive a free book from purchases made between 7/21/15 and 9/11/15. Look for Buy Now button at http://wm6.walmart.com/Kelloggs-Back-to-School.aspx for a list of all eligible items. Ecommerce redemptions are made via receipt scanning. Full details on site above. There are 3 ways you can upload your receipt, via text, via scanning into your computer or Kellogg’s Family Reward app – only when you purchase ONLINE between 7/21 – 9/11.
Be sure to check out more books available via this Kellogg’s offer at http://cbi.as/gfgc. I’d love to hear what books you would choose. #Back2SchoolReady