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Get Bonus Boxtops from Walmart & Give More to Your School

Get Bonus Boxtops from Walmart & Give More to Your School

You may have checked out our last blog about how we racked up with the Box Tops for Education by shopping for back to school at Walmart this year. Every single year I make it a point to buy as much as I can to get the maximum amount of Box Tops available.

We literally plan our school supply list and indeed our every week shopping list to get as many Box Tops as possible so that we can donate them to our school. This year we are getting the entire neighborhood involved.


Our neighborhood is holding a fun Box tops drive where the kids walk around the neighborhood with a Box tops collection bag to give to each house. They also educate people on Box tops, what they do for school and where exactly you can find them.

Each kid brings around a cereal box, snack box or yogurt box to show neighbors where they can find Box tops. They will even show them things around their home that have Box Tops. Finally they share what the school does with Box Tops every year and how it benefits the kids directly.


There are things that we buy every single week and many times each year. Here are a few of our favorite things.

Honey Nut Cheerios

Everyone in my family loves Honey Nut Cheerios and this box from Walmart gives us extra Box Tops.

Fiber One Bars

Fiber One Bars are my family's go to snack. I always have a box in my car and so does my husband. This is the first thing that we reach for when hungry in the afternoons.

Yoplait Gogurt Yogurt

Gogurt is the best thing to happen to lunchboxes in years. We freeze our Gogurt overnight and it keeps items cool in the lunchbox throughout the day. It is also cold and delicious when the kids are ready to eat it.


Each Box Top is worth $0.10 for my child's school. Box Tops is one of America's largest school earnings loyalty programs with over 80,000 k-8 schools participate. The best part is that schools can use Box Tops cash to buy whatever they need.


Learn more about the Box Tops for Education program at Walmart.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.

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