If you’re not already collecting Box Tops for your child’s school or a school in your area I hope, you’ll consider doing so because great things can come from the Box Tops for Education program. These great things benefit the future of our country and the people in our schools helping to educate our children.
Collect Box Tops & Let Your Child Experience The Feeling of Giving Back
Teach yourself and your children about collecting Box Tops, what it does for the school and why it’s important for them to help. It’s a great way to start teaching them the importance of giving back, and you can even make it fun. My kids love going to the store and helping me hunt down Box Tops. Vayda loves taking in the Box Tops to her school because everyone always says thank you and makes a big deal about all the Box Tops she brings in. It’s great because she not only gets to help me collect them, she gets to experience the amazing feeling of giving back. Vayda loves helping me with other things I do to give back, especially around the holidays. She always wants to come along and lend a hand.
This time of year is an excellent time to start thinking about Box Tops while you are shopping for kid’s school supplies, breakfast, snacks and more. Seriously, it’s an excellent way to help remove some stress and add some fun to your shopping trip. You can collect Box Tops when you purchase certain cereal, Lysol Disinfectant Spray & Wipes, snacks, juices, Kleenex® Facial Tissues, Scott® Paper Towels, Ziploc® brand bags, variety of Hefty® Deluxe™ Plates and Platters, variety of Hefty® Tash Bags and Boise® Paper to name a few. There is a HUGE list of items you can find on the Box Tops for Education website.
Why not become a member of the Box Top community
If you are going to collect Box Tops why not join and receive a few added perks like coupons, free samples, Box Tops offers, and details about your school’s earnings. It’s free, and you can join by visiting BoxTops4Education.com.
Save money on items you already love & earn Box Tops for your child’s school
When you become a member of the Box Tops program be sure to check out all the printable and digital coupons from stores you already shop (Kmart, Bell’s, IGA, Dicks, Hy-Vee, Tops, Rite Aid, and tons more) for items you like. You can’t go wrong saving a bit of money and helping the schools.
Compare your child’s school & find your motivation
This is an area of the Box Tops website I have found to be most useful. As part of the school’s PTA, I can help to motivate other parents to save Box Tops if I educate myself, not only about the Box Tops and how they will benefit the school but on where we stand compared to their schools. Sometimes seeing the changed hat something can bring in black and white helps people see how something so small can create something huge for the schools.
Each Box Top is valued at $0.10 in most cases; it’s easy to understand why people don’t see the paternal when you see in black and white that some schools have already raised over $1,000 this year you get a whole different outlook on what Box Tops can do for your child’s school. I’ll let you know how it goes, educating other parents and those that work in our schools about the HUGE benefits Box Tops can bring is a goal of mine this year.
Shopping online can be extra rewarding with the Bonus eBox Tops
This is one of my favorite because I shop online a lot! The Bonus eBox Tops coupon makes collecting Box Tops while you shop online easy. After you become a member of the Box Tops program, you can use your grocery store loyalty cards and earn Bonus eBox Tops which are electronically credited to your child’s school.
Collecting Box Tops is a great way to give back to your school is you are limited for time
The back to schools season often means parents have less time to lend a hand. The great thing about Box Tops is you don’t have to change your routine or stop buying things you like. It’s super easy! When you see a Box Top, clip it and save it. Once you have a nice little collection, send them to school with your child or take them in yourself. The only extra things you will have to do to help the schools is – clip it, save it and give the Box Tops to the school of your choice.
Many of us already purchase items with Box Tops, why not check to see if items have a Box Top before tossing empty packaging into the trash. You don’t have to purchase only Box Top items, just clip and save them from things you are already buying. However, if you wanted to buy more items with Box Tops that would be great. There is plenty of products with Box Tops offers – Nature Valley, Annie’s, French Toast Crunch, Hefty, Mott’s, Scott® and even Boise® Paper are a few of the many brands that have Box Tops on some of their products.
Before doing a review for Boise® Paper last year I thought the paper was just paper, but gosh was I wrong. There is a HUGE difference between the old paper I was using and Boise® Paper. I can honestly say I have not purchased anything but Boise® Paper since the first time I worked with them, and they sent me the paper to try. I love it, they have a variety of paper, and now there is Box Tops! I love Boise Paper even more now because I can collect Box Tops when I purchase:
- Boise® FIREWORX® Premium Colored Paper
- Boise® POLARIS® Premium Color Copy Paper
- Boise® POLARIS® Premium Inkjet Paper
- Boise® POLARIS® Premium Laser Paper
- Boise® POLARIS® Premium Multipurpose Paper
- Boise FIREWORX Premium Multi-Use Colored Paper
Boise® Paper and Box Tops for Education, talk about a win-win, I help my child’s school by purchasing my favorite brand of paper products for my office.
Collecting Box Tops for your child’s school is an excellent way to help them, and the school will appreciate what you and your child are doing. Hopefully, the school staff will go out of their way to tell your child to thank you because it makes them want to continue helping and even step into other roles where they think they can help. For my kids, Box Tops has been a great way to start teaching my children the importance of giving back and feel how small actions can impact others.
Do you and your kids collect Box Tops? I so, how do you feel it has impacted your child?
This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Boise Paper. All opinions are my own.