(Green Bay, WI.) Howe Elementary School is making reading exciting for kids with Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine. Staff say this will boost literacy and spark a love for reading. It was all made possible through a generous partnership with the Brown County United Way.

Howe Elementary Welcomes Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine

Unique Book Dispensing Machine

At Howe Elementary, Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine offers free and equitable access to books. Kids love the diverse selection of literature. What they love even more is the ability choose what they want to read.

Powered by a Vital Partnership

Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine was made possible through a partnership with Brown County United Way. The belief in giving kids early access to books drove this initiative.

Buzz and Excitement Around Reading

The vending machine has created a buzz. Students and staff agree it makes reading enjoyable and rewarding. With easy access to books, it motivates students to explore new stories and genres.

Birthday Treats for Literacy

On their birthdays, each child at Howe Elementary gets a free book from the vending machine. This encourages literacy and nurtures a strong love for reading, building their home libraries.

Educator’s Perspective

Molly Schueller, Associate Principal at Howe Elementary, shares the excitement:

“Every child that comes in here to just hear the book drop is exciting. And they get to choose it, it is theirs. It’s a different format than just going to the library, and just the pure excitement that they get to take that book home.”

Bring the Magic to Your School

Interested in bringing Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine to your school? Reach out to bookvending.com today for a quote. Take a step towards promoting literacy and positive behavior in your school community.

Beyond a Vending Machine

Inchy’s Bookworm Vending Machine is more than just a machine; it’s a gateway to imagination and knowledge. By merging reading incentives with SEL initiatives, Cedar Springs Elementary fosters a positive environment for students to thrive both academically and emotionally.

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