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Not sure what you get for collecting those seeing as I'm in the UK, but our supermarkets do voucher schemes where schools can collect vouchers that the supermarkets give out when people buy groceries and exchange them for sports equipment. Jaidyn's school collects those.
Yes, we collect them! We print out sheets to stick them on, and when the sheet fills up, Parker takes it to school.
The bummer is that for the past 3 years of collecting, I kept telling my DH that if they had a contest to see which grade got the most, they might get more......but they never did.......and then 2 days before we left to move here, I got a notice from the school of a contest between the grades!! UGH! LOL
Proud Mom of an only child- Parker Joseph- 2-21-2005
We collect box tops and Campbell's labels. Each kid who brings some in gets a piece a candy.
There is also a contest between classrooms which did help the box top support. I forget what the winning class gets. Ice cream party? When the kids come back from Summer vacation there is a contest for an individual winner. The winner gets to eat lunch at a nearby restaurant with the principal. They announce the winner on the school news also.
Mom to 4 girls - one age 9 (January 2005), 7 year old twins (January 2007) and new baby girl born July 2, 2014
We collect boxtops. Whichever grade collects the most gets a pajama day or sock day or something like that. We used to collect pop tabs too for the ronald mcdonald house but the school reached their goal of a million tabs so they don't do it anymore.