It’s another fabulous week at Celebrate Woman Today! My children are settling into their new classes perfectly. Earlier this month I talked about how important it is to support your school in any way you can. One great way to do it is with Box Tops! For every Box Tops you send in to your child’s school, their school gets 10 cents to put toward whatever they need. Very cool, isn’t it?
LEARN. HAVE Fun. SUPPORT Your School with Box Tops!
Box Tops are available on so many different products! The ones we love the best are the ones that are good for your school AND good for your health! That’s something I love about Box Tops products. They offer products that are healthy and yummy. Health is something super important to my family. With that thought it would be fun to turn getting Box Tops into a game of sorts for my kids.
Here’s what we do when we shop with our children. From our home to yours – grab this printable and run for your favorite Box Tops yummies!
Please feel free to print this out and try it with your own family! I let my daughter pick out a treat from WalMart while shopping for Box Top products and then we came home to print out our game.
This simple printable teaches kids the most basic, yet so powerful basis for getting their nutrition information from ANY product they purchase for themselves and their future families. Getting this tiny step incorporated into your little one’s life would rip huge benefits for her or his well-being.
Do you talk about nutrition with your kids?
It is the right time to start to!
We went over the ingredients in the gummies she had picked out. We looked at the amount of protein, carbs, fat, and vitamins and talked about what they meant. It was a great afternoon activity; fun for her while she was also learning about healthy foods. A Win-Win for everyone.
When clipping Box Tops, don’t forget to keep them somewhere you will remember! We decorated a tissue box that we keep on our kitchen counter. That way we can remember to toss them in there. When the box fills up, we take out the Box Tops and put them in a bag to send to school.
Collect Box Tops – Learn with Box Tops!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.