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Old 08-30-2006, 06:48 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I am about to order from the September 2006 SeeSaw catalogue. I used to get several catalogues, and I would like to be able to order from the others too, without having to actually receive ALL those catalogues and flyers.

Is there anywhere on the website to look at the other items without the numbers?

If not, can anyone post the numbers on the catalogues they have for me?

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September 2006 SeeSaw Cat. # S15000

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the number for the September Arrow is:

A1410B

Do your kids get Scholastic News? Mine got it last year and really liked it. We've order them for this year but we haven't recieved any yet.

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Thank you!

We haven't gotten Scholastic News. I will have to take a look at that.

Thanks for the catalogue number!

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With scholastic, can you order as a teacher and gain the bonus points for yourself? I am wondering how that works as a homeschooler.

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So, when you request a catalog and have to put school district and school name, what do you put? Do you select "homeschooler" from the drop down menu? or teacher? Please fill me in... I remember ordering scholastic books as a kid and I loved it and think my kids would adore picking out a few books to order every so often.

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Could someone tell me exactly how to order from the Scholastic "school" flyers. I've been able to do this a couple of times through friends whose kids are in school, but I'd love to order on my own. TIA

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their phone number is:

1-800-724-6527

some of the people who answer the phones are confused about homeschooling, some aren't, but you really can order just like a school. The only thing that is super goofy is that they send a HUGE packet of flyers when you really only need one.

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I just placed the classroom order for my younger daughter's class (sorry, I am not a homeschooler). Scholastic offers an annual bonus for orders from its September catalogs only. Throughout the year, you earn 1 bonus point for every 1 dollar you spend; it takes about 30 bonus points to buy a $2 book. For orders from its September catalogs only, you can earn tons of bonus points:

spend $20-$45 = 75 bonus points
spend $45-$60 = 200 bonus points

and on and on. The most bonus points that you can earn is 5,000 for an order of $200 or more. Scholastic has great teacher book packs that you can spend your points on. I ordered a pack of 30 books by well-known authors (and many were also Caldecott Honor books) for 930 bonus points (I could have paid $76 in real money, also).

Additionally, Scholastic is offering $25 worth of free books (you get to choose the books) if you order (I think) $20 worth of books from the September catalog by September 20. That's a great deal!

Finally, there are several codes you can use with a September order to earn more bonus points. My codes are for the SeeSaw catalog:

code PC60301 (25 bonus points)
code PC 52407 (50 bonus points-have to have a $20 minimum order)
code PC 52423 (50 bonus points-have to have a $20 minimum order)
code PC 60020 (50 bonus points-have to have a $20 minimum order)
code PC 52308 (25 bonus points-have to have a $20 minimum order)

If you have any questions, the people at Scholastic have been really helpful when I've called.

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I have lost the catalog code for March Arrow book club. Does anyone have that? I would greatly appreciate it!
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