You can win awards on the Wandoo website by completing challenges or by reading a certain number of books. If you are over 13, when you complete challenges you can share them via Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.
Yes. With the Wandoo website there is a parent portal, called Wandoo Grownups, where you can view the activities of any child who used your email for their participation verification.
You will need to create a password. From here you can monitor what your child has read or you can log in for them. Just click on your child’s name/username and then click Wandoo Reader.
Some challenges require you to enter a special code. These codes are unique to a specific place or event and will help you complete that challenge. Each challenge includes directions to help you locate the codes.
On the Wandoo website challenges are activities to complete the Summer of Wonder program. Completing 16 challenges means that you have finished the program and can receive a free book from the library.
The more books that you read and log in Wandoo the more credits you will receive to earn different pieces to change your superhero. Choose “Change Hero” on the “Home” page of the Dashboard when you’re logged into the Wandoo website and you will see your options for upgrading your superhero.
The super hero building exercise on the Wandoo Website is just for fun. You can log reading time, complete challenges and finish the program to receive your free book without actually building the super hero.
A Passport to Reading is on the back of all gameboards and can be obtained at any of the library branches. If you have registered online, be sure to collect your passport at your local branch. Patrons must visit and receive a sticker at each of FCPL’s 8 branches to complete the passport activity.
1. Log into the Wandoo Website with your username and password.
2. On the “Home” page of the Dashboard under the heading “Log My Reading” start typing in the title or author of the book you read.
3. Choose your book from the options that appear or finish typing.
4. Enter in the amount of time you spent reading.
5. Click Submit Log
Once the paper gameboard is finished, those are all of the activities that can be done on paper. Your child may upgrade to the online version of the Summer of Wonder. Please see a staff member for assistance.
Paper gameboards are only available for participants aged 12 and younger who are not using the Wandoo website.