TD Bank is offering a $10 banking bonus for kids who participate in the TD Bank Summer Reading Program from June 1st through August 31, 2016.
The 2016 Summer Reading Program is now open to kids in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade and will run from June 1st through August 31, 2016.
Students can begin to pick up the 2016 Summer Reading logs at your local TD Bank store today.
Kids just need to read 10 books this summer to get a $10 bonus from TD Bank deposited into a new or existing Young Savers Account.
TD Bank accounts are available in Connecticut, Delaware, Washington D.C., Florida, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and Virginia.
How to Get $10 TD Bank Summer Reading Program Bonus
1. Kids need to read 10 books over the summer between June 1st and August 31, 2016.
2. Visit the TD Bank Summer Reading Program to print out the Summer Reading Program Log Form.
3. Write down the names of the books that were read.
4. Take the form to your nearest TD Bank by August 31, 2016, to receive the $10 banking bonus.
The $10 TD Bank bonus will be deposited into a new or existing Young Savers Account for kids, so this is a great way to teach your kids about managing a bank account.
A form of ID for each child must be presented to open a new Young Savers Account, and only one coupon is accepted per customer during the promotional period.
Books to Teach Kids about Money and Savings
Here are some recommended books to help kids learn about money and savings.
A Dollar for Penny by Julie Glass
Bunny Money by Rosemary Wells
Monster Money Book by Loreen Leedy
Lemonade for Sale by Stuart J. Murphy
Money Trouble by Bill Cosby
Rent Party Jazz by William Miller
Jelly Beans for Sale by Bruce McMillan
Millions by Frank Cottrell
The Big Buck Adventure by Shelley Gill and Deborah Tobola
A Chair for My Mother by Vera B. Williams
Take advantage of these great financial books for children or any other great books for kids to earn an extra $10 this summer from TD Bank.
Print out the Summer Reading Program form from TD Bank and get your kids reading this summer for a $10 banking bonus in their Young Savers Account.
TD Bank Press Release for Summer Reading Program
April 28, 2014
Encouraging children to sharpen their reading and money-saving skills, TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank, again will hold its annual Summer Reading Program.
The program rewards children from Kindergarten to Fifth Grade who read 10 books during the summer with a $10 deposit into a new or existing Young Saver account.
In 2013, 35,845 children participated in the program and read 358,450 books, earning a total of $358,450 deposited to Young Saver accounts.
“Financial education is a lifelong journey, and TD Bank is dedicated to providing the tools and resources necessary for children to learn how to make smart financial decisions,” said Kevin Gillen, Head of Retail Strategies and Solutions Group, TD Bank. “The Summer Reading Program provides an excellent opportunity for parents to encourage their kids to improve reading levels and to learn about spending and saving money wisely. Our goal is to not only help kids reach their reading potential, but to teach them about the importance of saving and budgeting their money, too.”
Children are encouraged to ask TD Bank employees questions about saving money when they visit any TD Bank store.
The Summer Reading Program brochure features a personal savings chart to help educate our Summer Readers about how they can save their $10, as well as tips for how they can reach their savings goals.
When children bring in their completed Summer Reading form, TD Bank employees can show them how to fill out the personal savings chart and make their $10 Summer Reading reward grow.
TD Bank recommends the following savings tips for children:
- Start saving early and save as much as you can.
- Set a goal! Decide what you want to save for.
- See the benefits of saving. Post a picture of the item you want on your “bank” as an incentive to save.
The TD Bank Summer Reading Program runs June 1st through August 31, 2016.