Note: This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.
Now that I’ve discussed the importance of Collecting Box Tops as a way of raising money for your child’s school, I figured I’d also share some fun ways to encourage your kiddos to collect them. As parents, we understand that children often need motivation to get things done, so here is a list of ways you and your kiddos can make collecting Box Tops fun!
10 Ways To Have Fun Collecting Box Tops
- Offer your child a treat for every one they collect or have them collect a certain amount of labels to redeem for a special treat.
- Let your child(ren) decorate their own Box Tops Box for them to put them in….as pictured above.
- Have them add up how much they’ve earned for their school (good addition practice).
- Have the kiddos write a letter to family and friends asking them to mail the Box Tops to them (Not only will it allow them to practice writing, they’ll love getting mail with their name on it).
- While you are at the grocery store, have them go on a “Box Tops Scavenger Hunt” for products with Box Tops labels on them.
- Either at the grocery store or at home, have the kiddos play a “Box Tops I Spy Game” (this will get them thinking about Box Tops and always searching for them).
- Have classes design their own Box Tops boxes and place them around the school to collect labels.
- Give the class that collects the most Box Tops by a certain deadline a special reward, such as a “homework free” day, a pizza or ice cream party or lunch with the teacher (any special treat will work).
- Allow the Box Tops to be used as “tickets” for school events (this is a great way to get the community involved).
- When your school reaches a specific Box Tops milestone, reward the students with an extra special treat.
What other ways do you Have Fun Collecting Box Tops?
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.