Box Top Bot (robot) created by Karen Crawford. Items used: silver/shiny gift bags, laminating film, gloves, dryer vent tubing, sponges, milk caps, wiggle eyes, lids, boxes, & hot glue. Easy to make! Good Luck & Hope you like my Box Top Robot! Have fun collecting Box Tops!
General Mills Box Top contest. I only used the cricut for the words and gumballs. Each gumball was worth 25 box tops. Each grade had their own gumball machine to fill up. At the end of the week, the class with the most gumballs won an ice cream party.
Great game for Back to School night. Good reminder of what we collect! Each section of the wheel had a number that corresponded with a box that contained prizes that will be in our box tops store, along with "I'm a sucker for box tops"(blow pops), and "Box Tops makes me a smartie" (smartie). Everyone got to spin the wheel and get a prize.
Mr. Henton's 8th Grade box tops trick or treater! All items were found in his classroom! Now there is a good use of recycled materials! I personally love the trick or treat basket filled with the orange box tops!
Here's a picture of Janine McQueen's newest contest. "CHUTES AND BOXTOPS". For every 10 Box Tops the class moves 1 space. They have to be careful not to land on a slide, otherwise they'll lose some spaces. The first class to 100 will win a prize and bragging rights!
Thank our Sponsors! This cabinet is a visual reminder to our students to thank and patronize all the people, companies and business' that have helped to stock, decorate and help our new classroom. This is one board that will be added to frequently. Many made his possible and I thank you!
Our store "rules" And I reserve the right to add to this list at any time! Keeping the amount of shoppers in the store area at a time helps with the confusion and excitement when I am counting box tops and they are looking! Not playng with the toys seems to be the hardest rule to follow- kids will be kids!