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Labels for Education and the Book Bonanza Program

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Families across the country are joining in to help their school earn some awesome items that the students can all benefit from  through Labels for Education. This year marks the 40th year that Labels for Education has been rewarding schools across the country with educational equipment. To celebrate, they’re offering the opportunity for schools to earn even more FREE Scholastic books than last year.

The Labels for Education Book Bonanza provides schools registered with Labels for Education the opportunity to earn FREE Scholastic books; schools can earn up to 20 books for their school library!

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Schools that submit UPCs and Beverage/Sauce Caps from participating Labels for Education products from January 6, 2014 through March 31, 2014 can earn FREE Scholastic books for their school library.*

  • Schools that submit 1,000 UPCs and Beverage/Sauce caps earn 5 books
  • Schools that submit 2,000 UPCs and Beverage/Sauce caps earn 10 books
  • Schools that submit 3,000 UPCs and Beverage/Sauce caps earn 20 books

Parents can collect and submit UPCs and Beverage/Sauce Caps from participating Labels for Education products to their school coordinator; UPCs and Beverage/Sauce Caps must be received by March by 31, 2014. You can find out if your school is participating in the program at LabelsforEducation.com.

There are more than 2,500 participating products including Campbell’s, Pepperidge Farm, BIC and Post Foods brands. Tons of ways to collect the Labels for your school!

I looked up our school and see that we only have 100 points submitted to our school!

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It takes work from everyone to get those Labels turned in so find out if your school is participating and then spread the word!

For more information, parents should visit scholastic.com/bookbonanza and LabelsforEducation.com

*All opinions are my own. This is a sponsored post.

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger. She created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She is married to her high school sweetheart and has three daughters, ages 14,11, 5 and a son who is 2. They currently reside in Texas.

3 Responses to “Labels for Education and the Book Bonanza Program”

  1. renee says:

    I wish my daughter’s school was participating–the library could always use more books!

  2. Melinda says:

    This is awesome! There is no such thing as too many books. So valuable to the education system.

  3. Coreena S says:

    Very cool, I will have to check my local schools and nephews’ too!

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