Elementary School Librarians!
Earn free books for your library, help students learn about money, making choices and saving, AND reward students with a chance to win a college savings account.
Reading Makes Cent$ is a K-5 reading challenge to help students understand and apply History and Social Science SOLs:
- SAVING and the importance of budgeting money to buy things in the future
- People make CHOICES because they cannot have everything they want and all choices have an OPPORTUNITY COST (the second choice given up when making a choice)
- Investing in your HUMAN CAPITAL (a person’s specific knowledge and skills)
- People WORK at JOBS to earn MONEY
READING CHALLENGE FORM FOR K-5 STUDENTS: SUBMIT BY MARCH 31, 2017 TO ENTER DRAWING FOR ONE OF 14 COLLEGE SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, EACH VALUED AT $529
Plus, the school with the highest participation in each of seven VaASL regions receives $500 worth of financial literacy books for the school library! Go to readingmakescents.com for more details.
Participate in Reading Makes Cent$ and receive the following books with library binding for free:
Click HERE for Lessons and Resources for the above 2016-17 featured books!
2015-16 books, lessons and resources:
Tia Isa Wants a Car
Helen’s Big World: The Life of Helen Keller
Uncle Jed’s Barbershop
2015 Winners: Students & Librarians
Click here for a complete list of 2015 Reading Makes Cent$ winners!