I remember that feeling of being a kid with a new scholastic order form. My parents always let me order books. I can’t remember anything about the books I picked, but I loved getting to shop and pick for my very own books. It was up there with visits on the bookmobile. A traveling library bus that came to my school! In fact, I still have a my bookmobile library card and guess what? 25 years later, the thing still works! I use it to check out books when I go to my hometown.
During the last few years, I’ve used the book club to order discount books but this year I made my own teacher account. I don’t know why I waited so long! I had some questions about it and decided to give you some info in case you don’t have a Scholastic book club account.
The benefits to ordering through scholastic book club:
- Discounted books
- Free shipping to your school
- Teacher rewards for free books
- Use the $1 books to buy as student gifts (I use points and it is free!)
Ready to sign up?
Head to Scholastic.com/newtoclubs
Click create an account in the middle of the page. Once you plug in your school and set up your account you can start shopping!
If you spend $25 on your first order you can use my referral code to get 250 extra bonus points! Use coupon code: 80291 at checkout and then enter my teacher number: 2495524726 and Jenna Kirk.
Homeschooler? Call 1-800-497-8291 to speak to one of Scholastic’s verification agents, so that they can verify you and your homeschool are actually real.
I’d love to hear any hacks you have for getting the most bang for your buck with scholastic book club!
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Do u send it home w kids to order as well? Even if the classroom teachers are doing it? Do you incorporate it into a speech monthly newsletter? Just wondering if there is a way to incorporate it into speech w parents even if teachers are sending it home?
Do you have a letter you send home to parents connecting speech and language to literacy and the fun of reading and explaining how to order from your scholastic page?