It’s that time of year, back to school, which means it’s time to pack lots and lots of lunches for the kids! To make it a little more fun, I’ve rounded up over 100 adorable lunch box notes for you to slip into those lunches each day!
100+ Adorable Lunch Box Notes
Each link below has multiple notes so you’ll be set for a good chunk of the school year!
1. Hidden Picture Lunch Box Notes
How fun are these? A fun little project they can work on during lunch and even show their friends if they feel so inclined.
from Teach Mama
2. Bright & Colorful Printable Lunch Box Notes
These are all so awesome it’s hard to choose a favorite — I really love the coolness of SUPERKID! and the simple yet adorably cute, I ♥ You.
from Kiki and Company, found on Today’s Creative Life
3. Tongue Twister Lunch Box Notes
This silly and fun idea is sure to be a hit!
4. Lunch Note Jokes
What better way to make sure your kids are having a good day at school, then to send a joke and guarantee a laugh!
from Peonies Poppyseeds
5. More Lunch Jokes and Brain Teasers
6. Love Notes
Bugs and Kisses!
You’re Such a Hoot!
I love you more than frosting! — Does it get any cuter?! I love these so much!
7. Simple and Sweet Lunch Notes
from Dawn Nicole Designs
8. Some Girly, Some Not So Girly Notes
I love these because there are a few blank ones in the mix to personalize as well!
from A Whole Lot of Tiny
9. Encouraging Notes
Great for the kid that needs a little pick-me-up.
Last but not least, this is a great set! It even includes one to slip in on your kid’s birthday!
from Mama Miss
All this talk on lunch box notes is making me hungry! So now let’s talk about food. Here are some yummy snack ideas to include with your notes.
Fresh Fruit & Veggies
- Watermelon — cubed (be sure to include a fork)
- Apples — my daughter prefers her apples whole which makes it really easy for me
- Cherries — are always a hit but we usually only buy them when they are in season
- Ants on a Log — celery with peanut butter and raisins.
- Carrots — we like to buy whole carrots and cut them ourselves
That’s just naming a few. I also love keeping dried fruit on hand, as a back-up for those days when I run out of fresh fruit and veggies.
They have so many to choose from but some of our recent favorites are:
- Organic Cheese Sandwich Crackers
- Cheddar Snack Crackers
- Honey Snack Grahams — you should see my daughter’s smile when she sees these, definitely a mom win whenever I pack them!
Lunch packing tip: Prep as many of the snacks, meals, and notes as you can on Sunday, so you’ll be all set for the busy week.
Note: If you have a little one (like me) or are homeschooling this post is still for you! I’m planning to pack lunches and take my toddler out to the park! Or you can keep it even simpler, pack lunches and eat them on your porch or even at your kitchen table. There’s something about packed lunches that is super fun. Just because you’re staying home doesn’t mean your kids need to miss out on the joy of unloading a lunch bag — especially one with a cute note tucked inside (or taped to the outside)!
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