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Homeschoolers Earn Free Six Flags Tickets 2013-2014

Six Flags Read-to-Succeed 2013 – 2014

Homeschool kids can earn free tickets to Six Flags Great Adventure by completing 6 hours of reading by March 3rd, 2014.  In the past, homeschool teachers also received free complimentary tickets by signing their students up for the program.  It’s free!  Our family has participated in the program for the past 7 years or so.  We’ve loved it!

How it works:  Homeschool Educators sign up their students in grades K – 6 for the program.  https://feedback.sixflags.com/rts/default.aspx

FAQ: The website has a “Frequently Asked Questions” page you can access once you’ve signed up for an account.  It will answer any questions you may have. (see link above)

Keep a Log:  The website has log forms that Homeschoolers can download for their students.  Students must keep track of the leisure reading they do and write it down on their logs.  Books read for school assignments can not count towards their reading hours.  Homeschool teachers must monitor the student’s log keeping.

Log Complete:  If students complete 6 hours of reading by March 3rd, the Homeschool teacher must submit their students’ reading time online and mail their completed logs in to the appropriate address.  (see link above)

Information received: After the program receives the students’ logged hours, a Great Adventure ticket will be emailed to the Home Educator for each child who has completed his/her reading.

Posted by Gwen Fredette on October 29 2012

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Click Here to read information about the “PHB” Homeschool Writing Contest: https://phillyhomeschool.wordpress.com/2013/10/17/homeschool-writing-contest-2013/

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2 thoughts on “Homeschoolers Earn Free Six Flags Tickets 2013-2014

  1. Hi, I had a question about the Read to Succeed program. I homeschool my son and have printed out his ticket. I wondered if there was a separate ticket that they should’ve provided me for myself? I didn’t know if his would work for he and I both or if I needed to ask for another ticket for myself. Thanks!

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