We have just entered the world of Box Tops.
My daughter started Kindergarten this Fall and I’m already learning how much we need to do to help raise money for her school. Enter our first experience with Box Tops. I had no idea how excited both of my kids would be to start helping their school while we were at the grocery store. As an incentive to finding more Box Tops, we came up with this simple idea that got both of my kids crazy for Box Tops…
The Box Tops Jar
I first heard about this idea from my daughter.
Her Kindergarten class earns pebbles throughout the day for listening, being kind, etc. Once their jar is full of pebbles, they get a party.
Sounds amazing, right?!
This simple way to motivate kids is what sparked our Box Tops jar. Each time my kids found a Box Tops at the store, they were able to put one stone into the jar.
But, what made it even better is that there are bonus Box Tops too…
Walmart’s Bonus Box Tops
Can you see the bonus Box Tops in the picture above?
Instead of earning just oneBox Tops, this particularly box was worth five Box Tops!
Guess what that means?
My kids were able to put in five stones into our Box Tops jar when they found these bonus boxes! At Walmart, there are Bonus Box Tops offer on select General Mills® products.
While my kids were thrilled to find Box Tops in the store on their own, this simple game has kept their interest for a very long time.
They now have a goal to fill that jar and they are willing to look hard at the grocery store for Box Tops!
I love that we are helping raise money for their schools and they are loving it, too. That’s a win/win!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.