Tennis "Loves" Readers
Tennis “Loves” Readers is a reading incentive program for children enrolled in TennisWorks, our National Junior Tennis & Learning program. Children, ages 5-18, can earn voucher points through reading.
Readers log 300 minutes and receive 20 voucher points to:
- Redeem for a $20 Walmart gift card; or
- Apply $20 credit toward a CORTA program registration fee.
- A maximum of one $20 voucher can be redeemed per month.
How to earn voucher points:
Children will print a Reading Log to record the books, the date and the time they read. For every 300 minutes read, 20 voucher points ($20) will be awarded. Reading time must be submitted in 300 minute increments.
To redeem voucher points for:
- Walmart Gift Card: Submit completed 300 minute Reader Log to Outreach Coordinator, Edna Foster. A $20 Walmart Gift card will be presented to you within the next 7-10 days.
- Program Registration Fees: Submit completed 300 minute Reader Log along with the program registration fee balance.to Outreach Coordinator, Edna Foster, Your entry will be manually processed in the office.
What are the benefits of the program:
There are several benefits for your child enrolling in this program. First, reading is essential. Reading expands knowledge, builds vocabulary and develops better thinking skills. Tennis helps children develop coordination, flexibility, and strengthens muscles. Also, tennis helps children with socialization. It helps them to learn how to take turns, to get along with others and follow rules. All of these are great reasons why your child should be a part of this great program.
Download the Reading Log to get started: Reading Log
The Chattahoochee Valley Library online is a great resource to find plenty of books to read. Start by registering for a Library ecard. Go to: https://www.cvlga.org/ecard/ and sign up.
For younger kids, ages 5-12, recommended books can be found at:
For teens, ages 13-18, recommended books can be found at:
This program is a part of the NJTL Program (National Junior Tennis Learning Program)
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