Be a Box Tops Hero! Printable Collection Sheets
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.
Did you know that you can print collection sheets for storing Box Tops that you and the kids have collected? This is our 3rd year collecting and I had no idea! I think it’s a neat way to collect them and turn them in to the kids school. Some even incorporate a bit of learning into them such as the alphabet or counting. While the majority of the printable collection sheets are black and white, I thought it would be fun to make colored ones in a superhero theme for my cutie pies. These Box Tops Hero Collection Sheets are free for you to print as well!
We’ve been busy collecting all summer, and recently picked up Bonus Box Tops from Walmart on select General Mills products. The packaging has the regular Box Top + another label worth 4 making it 5 total on 1 product! This deal is only available for a limited time. This is a fun way to get a great start collecting for the new school year!
Print them here → Box Tops Hero Collection Sheets
Gather up all your Box Tops and cut them along the dashed line. Print the collection sheets – we used cardstock printer paper since it’s not flimsy like the regular kind, but regular printer paper is fine too!
Glue or tape the Box Tops into the windows. When it’s full, have the kids give it to their teacher.
If your child is a preschooler or kindergartner, make it a learning activity by having them count the Box Tops and then write the number on the sheet.
Read more about the Bonus Box Tops on the Walmart website.
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