As my son headed off the the first day of school, one of the first things we noticed was a BIG bulletin board that had all the different grades on it with the Box Top Challenge. It was basically an envelope for each grade to store all their Box Tops. Then, there are prizes and a variety of incentives for the grade that wins too.
My son was immediately excited because he had already heard me talking about clipping Box Tops at home. That meant we had to head right over to Walmart to pick up a few more products to clip Box Tops off of. We decided to swing by and pick up another box of Scooby Doo! Fruit Snacks and also a few packages of cinnamon rolls and biscuits.
I had a feeling he would love some Chocolate Gravy for breakfast the first week back to school and these biscuits are a nice compliment to that. We decided to start a storage system for our Box Tops and add it to our command center. That way he can add the Box Tops to his envelope or bag and we can take them off to his school each week. Now, he’s requesting I buy only items with Box Tops because he wants to win!
A great way to get the kids involved is to explain to them the different things their school has the ability to buy with Box Tops such as new playground equipment, that always gets the young ones excited or books and supplies too.
Then, get them involved with making a little storage box or envelope. I even let my son clip them so that he gets excited to give back to his school. Of course, we have to keep in mind my daughter needs to take them to her school too, but she’s a little too young to understand what they are just yet.
My son and I had a blast making a little storage system for his Box Tops along with putting it in our command center. We are all set to go back to school and save up Box Tops too! Are you?
Remember that at Walmart you can get Bonus Box Tops on select General Mills® products!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.