MOM Tip: Try this trick for draining the messy juice that is in fruit cups before packing in your child’s school lunch. So simple you probably never thought of it! All you need is a small sharp object (like a skewer) and tape. Click here for this tip from Your Modern Family.
This sweet set of teacher printables is perfect for Back to School. Click here to get these FREE Teacher Printables for Back to School from I Heart Nap Time & Bloom Designs.
Use this printable chart to make sure you are hitting all the food groups when you pack the kid’s lunches. Click here to get this FREE Pack a Lunch Printable from The Chirping Moms.
I love putting little surprise notes in my boys lunch boxes. This new school year surprise your kids with these Star Wars lunch box jokes! Click here to get these FREE Star Wars Lunch Box Joke Printables from Capturing Joy.
MOM Tip: To keep your thermos warm and your hot lunch hot carefully fill your thermos with boiling water, attach the lid and let sit for 5-7 minutes or longer. Drain the water, quickly wipe dry (unless you’re putting a liquid in the thermos) and immediately place hot food into the thermos.
School starts for us this week and I’m frantically trying to get the last minute school supplies put together and start thinking about school lunches again. Some of you probably have been in school for a while. Either if it’s your first day or not, surprise your kiddos with these fun jokes in their lunch box. Click here […]
Soon your children will be in school for almost seven hours a day five times a week. It’s a full-time job almost for your little ones. During their time at school you don’t get to see them as often as you did during the summertime. You might be asking yourself what are they doing and […]
Help yourself get organized with this Back to School Planner Mini-Set from Sweet Planning Printables. It comes with tracking school supplies, keep tracking of screen and social time your children are getting, and more. Click here to download the printable!
Guest Post by Tracy McCubbin, Founder, dClutterfly It’s the most wonderful time of the year — time to send the kids back to school and reclaim your household! After a summer of camps and goofing around inside, your house may need a little tough love to get back into shape for the fall. Research shows […]
Have your teenagers make these sturdy little magnetic locker pockets using Duck tape and flexible magnet tape! Duck Tape comes in every pattern and color you could imagine – so let them show off their style while organizing their pencils, pens and highlighters! Click here to get this tip from Fiskars.