Box Tops for Homeschool?Can I use Box Tops for homeschool? Wouldn't that be awesome? The answer is yes, but probably not in the way you hope. Homeschoolers can use Box Tops for Education, but the homeschool has to be registered as a 501-C3 organization. So, perhaps a co-op you use, an online academy, or a homeschool that is registered with the state. Click this link to learn more about Box Tops for Homeschoolers. Scroll down for more info on Box Tops for Education. Enjoy!
|When shopping at Sam's Club you must try all the samples, and eat in the cafe!|
If you aren't familiar with Box Tops, when you see that pink logo on your food, you might wonder, "What is Box Tops for Education?". As homeschoolers, we participate in Box Tops for Education. The kids love to cut out and collect the little pink logos.
In the past, we sent them to our online homeschool teacher for Connections Academy. This is a great way for schools to earn money to purchase items for the classroom. This year, we'll log into eBoxTops and choose our favorite school.
|How to redeem Box Tops for Education for homeschool.|
Even better, the kids actually like to shop at Sam's Club. They get to taste samples, and if they behave, I reward them with pizza or ice cream from the Cafe. Jake asked if we could come back once a week!
Want to earn cash for your children’s school? It’s easy! Over 80,000 participating schools are eligible to receive donations from General Mills® through Box Tops for Education™ (BTFE). Shop the participating products below at Sam’s Club, and redeem them for your school. Your school earns 10¢ for each Box Top redeemed!
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Box Tops for education homeschool groups.
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