Freebies For Good Report Cards

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Freebies For Good Report Cards

End of the school year is approaching quickly. Here is a current list of FREE Rewards for kids who bring home good report cards!  Great way to give the kids incentive to finish the year strong! I believe A’s and B’s are req’d.

Chuck E. Cheese – Chuck E. Cheese believes in the value of a good education. Have your child bring in their most recent report card and they will receive FREE tokens for good grades.

Krispy Kreme - Get a free donut for each A (up to 6 A’s).

Baskin-Robbins - Get a free scoop of ice cream for good grades on your report card!

Chick-fil-A – Bring in your all A’s and B’s report card and receive a FREE 8 pack nuggets! Call ahead to your location to see if they are participating

Pizza Hut – Each marking period, any child who has 3 A’s or the equivalent thereof, will receive one Personal Pan Pizza and a small soft drink or carton of milk by presenting his or her report card to the manager. This offer is good for Elementary and Middle School students. Dine-in only. Student must be present and the original report card must be presented. Available at participating locations.

Sbarro Pizza – Sbarro restaurants across the United States are giving elementary schoolers a delicious reason to get good grades… any student with A’s and B’s on his or her report card automatically becomes one of our PizzAchievers! Sbarro will then provide every PizzAchiever and an accompanying adult with a free slice of cheese or peperoni pizza and a small soda!

McDonalds – If your child has a straight “A” report card, he/she can receive a FREE Happy Meal. This may vary by location so call ahead first!

Topps – Getting good grades in school is always a priority. Now there’s an extra reward for studying hard. The Topps of the Class program has been created to give you a great trading card gift when you put your mind to work. Every time you bring in a report card to this store, the manager will award you with a gift. Work hard in school, receive cards. It’s that simple.

Limited Too – Report cards may be taken in to any Limited Too retail store within 30 days of issuance and receive $5 off their purchase that day. This may vary by store so call ahead.

Family Video – Offers free rentals based on how well you did on your report card.

Blockbuster - Get a free family friendly movie rental for A’s on your report card!

Call ahead to make sure each business is participating.

Also if you are a homeschooling family, check out this list of links to free printable report cards.

A  Big Thank you to, Saving Dollars and Sense for the list!! 

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  1. Rita N. says

    My sons are in public school. The grading system is 1, 2 ,3, 3* and 4. What is considered as an A? 3* or 4?

    • Mojo says

      Good question. I am not sure. 2 of our guys are in public school but they get letter grades. I would suggest calling the school and asking them.

  2. Shurik says

    Interesting, in Eastern Europe they used 1 to 5 as a grading scale. 5 was A, 4 was B, 3 was C, 2 was D and 1 was F.
    Honestly, I don’t like that such freebis with the junk food for our honor school kids.