Whenever my kids take lunch to school I slip in a not to remind them I am thinking about them while they are away from home. I keep a variety of them in one of my kitchen drawers so I can easily fill them out and place in their lunch. Chickabug Blog has created set [...]
Add some Fun and Creativity with these school lunch packing ideas – DIY Containers – Save your yogurt containers – wash them thoroughly then us to fill with liquid Jell-O or pudding mixture (before it sets), place lid back on and refrigerate. Now you have you individual snack-sized Jell-O or pudding at a fraction of [...]
FREEbie: Sometimes a mom wants to slip a little extra love in her child’s lunch box but doesn’t have time in the morning to pack a special lunch. Have no fear! Lunch box notes are here from Parentella. Click here to download and print your FREE lunchbox notes.
As your kids head back to school this New Year print out these FREE lunch box notes and add a little fun to their day with a note from you or dad. My Teenagers even love getting notes. Lighten Up Your Child’s Lunch Box, Backpack, even a Pocket, and fill their school day with encouragement [...]
Back to School Lunch IdeasBy: Brandie Valenzuela It is that time of the year again – back to school! While some are returning this next week, others have been back for quite a while…my own children returned to school over a month ago. However, it goes without saying, that no matter if your children have [...]
Kids love to know that you are thinking about them during their time away from you each day at School. This year add into their lunch a special note that Says I miss you, I’m thinking about you and bring a smile to their sweet face during lunch time. Here is a FREEbie one I [...]
Amy Hannold; FamilyTimeandMoney.com Send your kids to school with little surprises awaiting them in their lunchbox. Thoughtful notes can communicate your love and strengthen bonds between parent and child. Your child will feel special; the extra attention and praise will be priceless to them. When creating lunchbox notes consider your child’s age and peer environment. [...]
Making memories and cherishing our loved ones can be done without spending a lot of money. Utilize a little creativity, focusing on the interests, needs and “likes” of your loved one. What inspires or makes them feel special? Once you’ve started, you’ll find that the littlest things, when least expected (or most needed) make all [...]