McDonald’s Learning & Lovin’ BOOK GIVEAWAY!!!

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I received a set of books for my 7 year old in return for running this giveaway 🙂

Since March is Reading Month, McDonald’s has given us 4 sets of books to give to our readers!! McDonald’s originally offered these books as the toy in Happy Meals, providing more than 17 million books to families across the U.S. Through a new collaboration with HarperCollins Children’s Books, families were able to enjoy a collection of four classic, Happy Meal-sized books: “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie,” “Big Nate: In a Class by Himself” (abridged), “Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses” and “Flat Stanley Goes Camping.” Each book, which also has a related activity element, brings imagination and play to life in a way that only McDonald’s can. McDonald’s provided us with three of the four books to give to our readers, promoting READING MONTH!!

Reading daily, to or with your child can make a difference!

Consider the following example:

Student “A” reads 20 minutes every day – that’s 3,600 minutes in a school year or the equivalent of 60 whole school days by the end of 6th grade; approximately 1,800,000 words. 

Student “B” reads 5 minutes every day – that’s 900 minutes in a school year or the equivalent of 12 whole school days by the end of 6th grade; approximately 282,000 words. 

Student “C” reads 1 minute every day – that’s 180 minutes a school year or only one-half of 1 day; approximately 8,000 words.

Which student would you expect to have a better vocabulary?  

Student “A” will likely score in the 90th percentile on reading and language assessments, while Student “B” will likely be at the 50th percentile, and Student “C” at the 10th percentile.  

Which student would you expect to be more successful in school…and in life? 

Encourage your child to read, or if they are too young to read, sit down and read to them.  It is one of the best things you can do at home to help them become successful students and adults.  For as little as 20 minutes a day – you can be the difference!

Please enter the giveaway by commenting below. We would like to know what is your favorite children’s book!? 

  • Giveaway starts TODAY and ends March 13, 2015 @ 10:00pm EST.
  • I will pick 4 random winners!!!
  • Please note, you will win 1 set of 3 books, pictured above, stickers, and a pin all courtesy of McDonald’s! Please note: shipping is not included with the prize, winner is responsible for all shipping costs. 

Remember our goal with our children should be to teach them all about lovin’ reading!! 

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Jill is a former teacher who is now a stay at home mommy, by choice, of her active 7 yr old daughter, Kelsey Anne, in Livonia, Michigan. On the side, she works as a Social Media & Marketing Coordinator for a Michigan based Protocol Company with 25 years experience, specializing in creating, managing, and producing gala events for dignitaries, celebrities and non-profit organizations throughout the country. She also volunteers at her daughter's school, has recently started substitute teaching, enjoys entering contests and sweeps, & spending time with her family. You can follow her on Twitter @jillkathan.
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athena foster
athena foster
5 years ago

My sons favorite book is called Buggy Bear. It is a book we picked up at a thrift store and we read it at least once a week~

Patti Hess
Patti Hess
5 years ago

The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss

pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
thank you

Brian
Brian
5 years ago

My favorite book is “Crickwing” by Janell Cannon…all of her books have great lessons for kids.

Kristy C
Kristy C
5 years ago

Pete the cat are my girls favorites and Nate the great and sports books are my sons 🙂

Wendy
Wendy
5 years ago

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Karen
Karen
5 years ago

Favorite book is Goodnight Moon.

autumn
autumn
5 years ago

Great articles