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June 1, 2016

Hands-On Holiday: How to Wrap a Book!

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but we take reading very seriously here at Scholastic Book Clubs. So, of course we already know you’ll be giving the gift of reading this December. That’s why in our next installment of Hands-On Holiday fun, we wanted to show you some great and easy ways to wrap books for your loved ones! First, you start at our Holiday Gift Books flyer. Then, you can watch our resident expert gift wrapper (and VP of Teacher Rewards!), Ann Marie, as she takes you through two short book-wrapping tutorials in the video below:

Thanks to our special guest stars, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever and Wonderstruck!

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3 Responses

  1. well yes we do.You are definetly right we take things very seriously on scholastic and its nothing to play around with because we need to learn for the FCAT and people wont learn if they dont take scholastic very seriously but by this comment you know i do.that is why im putiing a comment up…

  2. FUN! This month I “wrap” 24 Christmas books and let my kids unwrap one book a day. It’s great fun, but I use a decorative box so I don’t waste…and it’s quick!

    (More at http://livelearnlove226.blogspot.com/2011/11/counting-down-to-christmas-part-2-book.html if you are interested!)

  3. Sarah Bailey

    OH MY GOODNESS i can now see the light and will be able to wrap all my children’s books! Thank You SOOO much Mrs .Resnick your tutorial was wonderful and oh so informative!!!!! WOW all i can say is you have a beautiful and i mean BEAUTIFUL speaking voice! You were made for the big screen! I can not wait to see the excitement on my children’s face when they unwrap the gift of reading! Thank you Scholastics YOU ROCK!

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