I made a free printable Box Tops™ for Education Jar for you to stick on your fridge to help you remember to clip and collect @Box Tops™ for Education. After printing you can slide it inside an 8 1/2 x 11 clear sheet protector and then use tape or magnets to stick it on the door of your fridge. It’s an easy way to keep Box Tops™ collection a priority in your home! My boxtop game just got so much stronger with #Costcoboxtops
It’s good to know how your school is using the @Box Tops™ for Education labels to fund what they need. Our elementary school uses the Box Tops™ money to buy new library books. Do you know what your school is using their @Box Tops™ money for? Every school is different because they receive the @Box Tops™ money as cash and can choose how to best spend it. Normally the PTO is in charge of this and they choose how to spend. I’m currently the PTO president at my daughter’s school! And it’s mind blowing how much box tops helped with buying major items!
But Costco just upped the game for a huge chance to help out even more! By purchasing specially marked General Mills products with 8 boxtops @Costco – all while entering to win and additional 100 eBoxTops with the @Costco Golden Box Tops Challenge
What do you think? What’s your favorite way to collect @boxtops? Let the kids help! And don’t miss out on the good deal @Costco right now for lots of extras!
** This post was brought to you by Costco & Acorn all thoughts and ideas are always my own.