Yes, The American Mensa organization for people with IQs in the top 2 percent. You and I can be part of it, and your kids can receive a T-shirt through their Mensa for Kids Excellence in Reading Award Program.
Now you can prove to the world that you have the smartest child with a Mensa for Kids Excellent in Reading T-shirt.
What is American Mensa
American Mensa provides intelligent individuals an opportunity to meet other smart people on the local, regional, and national level. Mensans interact at entertaining events and exchange ideas through a variety of publications. Mensa members also work to help others in their communities by providing scholarships and volunteering for community-oriented activities.
You can discover if you are Mensa material by taking the Mensa Home Test. Alternatively, order a printed version of the Mensa Home Test to complete and return for scoring.
Mensa for Kids Excellence in Reading Award Program
The Mensa Foundation encourages education, gifted youth and lifelong learning through programs like the Mensa for Kids Web site and other activities.
To encourage the joy of reading, the Mensa Foundation has developed the Mensa for Kids Excellence in Reading Award Program.
How to Participate and Get a Free T-Shirt
- Go here to find the grade-level segment that best fits your reading level from the list of books provided. You’ll receive an award for each segment read.
- Print the appropriate segment and track each book you read.
- Once you’ve completed an entire segment list, both the child and parent need to sign the list for verification
- Return the signed form to the Mensa Foundation:
Excellence in Reading, Mensa Foundation
1229 Corporate Drive West, Arlington, Texas 76006-6103
Fax to 817/649–5232
Scan to ReaderAward@mensafoundation.org
- Once they’ve received your signed list, you will receive an award certificate and Excellent in Reading T-shirt.
Mensa Links and Recommended Reading (PDF) List
- Kindergarten through 3rd grade reading list
- 4th through 6th grade reading list
- 7th through 8th grade reading list
- 9th through 12th grade reading list
- Excellence in Reading Award Program shirt order form
- Complete program
- Important Questions Answered
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