#Ad This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #FeedingReadingAtWalmart, #LoveMyEggo, #ReadingWithEggo

 My three- year- old is at such a fun age. He’s brave, he doesn’t hesitate to tell us his likes and dislikes and he’s a sponge learning new things every single day. I love that he loves learning and inquiring about the world around him. That is in large part due to us introducing him to books early and boy does he love to read.

Kellogg's feeding reading

Starting home school at a young age for us means a ton of playing and even more reading. So, I was thrilled to find out that purchasing Eggo Varieties from Walmart gives you access to Kellogg’s Feeding Reading Program. The Kellogg’s Feeding Reading program is an amazing initiative that has a goal of getting more books into the hands of children to not only build confidence in learning but get off to a good start of the day with Kellogg’s breakfast and a good book.

kellogg's feeding reading

Kellogg’s Feeding Reading Program 1 Box= 1 Book

kellogg's feeding reading

Getting new books with Kellogg’s Eggo variety packs is super simple. If you buy one Eggo, you get one FREE Penguin Random House book. If you purchase any Eggo product during the promotional window, you can get a Penguin Random House book for your child or his/her school. You can bet we stocked up on Eggo products! They’re wholesome and filling but we loved the initiative and wanted to support their mission.

Eggo products can be found In the frozen breakfast aisle of your local Walmart and they come in a large variety of flavors to choose from.

Kellogg's feeding reading

My son’s bookshelf is now overflowing with books. So, we thought that this could be a great opportunity to give back to our community. Giving books is an excellent way to welcome a new military child to our area. Not only does it say “Welcome to The Neighborhood” but it also gives them something to engage in while they are waiting for their house hold goods and toys to arrive. Some other things you can do with your book redemption is: Set up a neighborhood library, donate them to charity or save and wrap them for Christmas gifts.

The Redemption Process is Simple on FeedingReading.com

Kellogg's feeding reading

  • Purchase participating Eggo products from your local Walmart’s Freezer aisle by 9/30/19
  • Don’t throw those receipts away! Snap a picture of your receipt(s) with the Eggo purchases. Then, Log in to Kellogg’s Family Rewards® and upload your receipt. You have 30 days to redeem your receipts!
  • Your credit can be used to redeem for FREE Penguin Random House books of your choice to keep or donate to a cause In your community. Get up to 10 books per participant by  12/1/19.

No matter how big of small your child is, this program is great. There are over 125 Titles of books to choose from and something for all reading levels to enjoy!

kellogg's feeding reading

Now, we’ve been starting our days eating one of the Eggo variety products and reading a book. It’s a great feeling to know that we’re engaging through reading as a family and making a difference in childhood love for literacy. I encourage you to visit Kellogg’s Family Rewards site to learn more about this amazing program and visit your neighborhood Walmart to get started making a difference in your community.

 

 

About sredmond95

I am Sierra Redmond- Mama, Army Wife, student and full time Lifestyle Blogger. My family and I are currently stationed in sunny Miami, Florida and we take every chance we get to soak up the sun, culture, try all the food and travel with our handy dandy Tula baby.