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I made a free printable Box Tops™ for Education Jar for you to stick on your fridge to help you remember to clip and collect Box Tops™ for Education. After printing you can slide it inside an 8 1/2 x 11 clear sheet protector and then use tape or magnets to stick it on the door of your fridge. It’s an easy way to keep Box Tops™ collection a priority in your kitchen!
We are filling up our shopping cart at Walmart with participating Box Tops™ for Education products from General Mills® that include breakfast foods, after school snacks and easy dinners. I’ve taught my kids to keep an eye out for the pink and yellow Box Tops™ for Education labels on products so that our normal grocery purchases can help their Elementary School.
My kids are in charge of clipping Box Tops™ from product packages and then placing them in our printable Box Tops™ Jar on the fridge. Since we see the collection jar every day, it’s a great reminder to keep an eye out for Box Tops™ on product packages before we recycle them. Over this summer, we have collected 96 Box Tops™ which is $9.60 for our school (each one is worth 10 cents). How many have you collected over the summer?
It’s good to know how your school is using the Box Tops™ for Education labels to fund what they need. Our elementary school uses the Box Tops™ money to buy new library books. Do you know what your school is using their Box Tops™ money for? Every school is different because they receive the Box Tops™ money as cash and can choose how to best spend it. Even if your school does not collect Box Tops™, there is probably a school in your community that does. There are over 80,000 K-8 schools participating in this loyalty program. Learn more about collecting Box Tops™ for Education in my other post about it.
What are your tips for collecting more Box Tops™? Post a comment and tell me!
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