Earn Cash For Your School With Bonus Box Tops For Education via @carinkilbyclark

Earn Cash For Your School With Bonus Box Tops For Education

The Box Tops for Education program is one of the best ways to support your local schools. You can help schools earn the additional funds that they need without spending any extra money.

You just have to cut the box tops off the packages.

And it’s even better when the kids get involved and are excited about box top collecting.

An easy way to give kids an incentive to regularly participate in Box Top collecting is to create a simple rewards system.

Using the fun activities that kids already like to do, you can get them more involved in collecting box tops by giving them something more to look forward to.

Our goal each year is to collect at least 100 Box Tops. So my daughter helped me come up with this simple rewards sheet to keep track of our progress. And to also provide an incentive to help us remember to cut the box tops from the packages.

Click here to download your free printable Box Tops Rewards Sheet.

The rewards vary, and they aren’t just for the kids either.

Weekend getaways, afternoons out for ice cream, seeing a movie, and dining at our favorite restaurant are activities that I also look forward to.

Bonus Box Top Available Only At Walmart

To give you an even better reason to start or continue collecting box tops, Walmart offers Bonus Box Tops on select General Mills® products.

You can earn even more money for your school by picking up these specially marked items at Walmart.

Learn more about the Box Tops for Education program at Walmart.​

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.

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  1. We collect these for my grandchildren to take to school. This is a great program. Thank you so much for sharing

  2. This is great! I like the idea of a reward system for collecting them. I have a stack I need to turn in too! On a side note, your tap influence box just hangs on “posting….” after you hit submit. I tried it a couple times, then found your comment box below it.

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