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Old 09-17-2008, 01:42 AM
 
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Good morning, What types of contests or incentives does your school do to promote the collection of Box Tops?


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in a middle school and am in charge of Box Tops. Right now, each team is collecting box tops. The team with the most collected earns their choice of a party. This seems to work the best for the age of students I am working with.
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Old 09-17-2008, 03:57 AM
 
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Each class competes against each other to bring in the most. The class with the most gets some sort of "cookie" party or something like that. My class is currently winning.
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Old 09-17-2008, 03:08 PM
 
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when they reach a certain number of box tops, they get a popcorn party... when they reach the next level, they get a free ice cream w/ lunch...another level, pizza party for the class.
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Our Boxtop coordinator
Old 09-17-2008, 05:46 PM
 
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is really creative. She comes up with all kinds of contests for all the seasons, etc. Right now it's a football game. For evey 10 boxtops your class brings in we get to move 10 yards on a football field hanging on the wall. My class is almost to the goal line! She also gives each child a paper with places to tape on 10 boxtops. When it's filled, they bring it to school, sign their names and she draws individual winners! Her prizes differ all the time, but she uses a big bag of animal crackers, dress down day, special treats, inside recess games, outside playground equipment, etc. She does such a great job that our school is #1 in our state for boxtop redemption!


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Old 09-17-2008, 06:19 PM
 
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We have a "store" of little cheap items. Kids bring in boxtops and "buy" items with them as money.

We also have ice cream or pizza parties for the classes with the biggest amount collected.
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Old 09-17-2008, 08:20 PM
 
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is awarded to each of our students who bring in 50 Boxtops in a baggie/envelope labeled with the student's name and the homeroom teacher's name. The PE teacher has chosen a certain time of the day for any child (with the approval of the homeroom teacher) with these Boxtops to come down for extra PE time.

Every so often (can't remember now) the PE teacher will count the number of Boxtops turned in by each classroom, and the classroom with the most will earn extra PE time. There's also something about the PE teacher coming in and giving the regular classroom teacher a break, while the PE teacher teaches the class for a certain amount of time.
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