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End of the School Year Lunch Box Notes #Printable #kidsinthekitchen

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There’s a ton going on in our home. The weather is gorgeous so we’ve been spending lots of time outdoors. We’re using the fire pit and smoker to make dinner. Shaun is super involved in sports 3 nights a week. This means less time in the kitchen working on traditional meals. But that means I’m working on different ideas for #kidsinthekitchen like these Lunch Box Notes geared towards the end of the school year.

We occasionally do notes in their lunch. I like it to be an unexpected treat to bring a smile to their face. These notes will hopefully give them a little boost to get through the rest of the day because the end is near. The last day of school is coming up quick.

This is a printable so just click on the image and print. I’d recommend printing on cardstock.

End of the School Year Lunch Box Notes #printable #kidsinthekitchen

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About Melinda

Melinda is half of the mom & dad blogging team from LookWhatMomFound...and Dad too! Over 4 years ago Melinda left the corporate world to focus on raising her children while being a SAHM. With 17 years of parenting practice to 3 kids life has provided her many experiences that are used to educate the family on morals, ethics and the difference between right and wrong. While academics are very important, a full education goes beyond books and grades. Melinda strives to raise children with good hearts, strong principles and a foundation built on love and respect for others.
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Comments

  1. Love those little notes!

    Thanks for hosting again this week!

  2. thanks for hosting again Melinda! love the cute little lunch box notes :)

  3. SUCH a smart idea! J would love these! Thanks!

  4. I would have loved these as a kid… but there were no home computers or printers back then! :)

  5. these are fabulous! my son hates to bring lunch, my daughter hates to buy. i always like to put little notes for them

  6. Love the party! thanks for hosting. Please come and show off at our party. We would love it. http://loulougirls.blogspot.com/
    Happy Friday! Lou Lou Girls

  7. Thanks for hosting! I love your idea of having end of the school year notes for school lunches! I know my kids would get a kick out of them.

  8. That looks like a cute idea! My kids mostly eat hot lunch at school. Have a terrific weekend!

  9. Those notes are so cute! I am lazy,, I don;t write a note, I leave a leftover but unopened fortune cookie!
    thanks,
    Mitch

  10. Those are great for lunches! I sort of fell off the school lunch note wagon, but need to get back on it for next year!

  11. Susanna @Zealous Mom says:

    So cute! I love this idea. My little one starts kindergarten this fall, and I love the note-in-the-lunchbox idea.

  12. I can’t wait until my boy is old enough to read. For now, I may start putting pictures in his lunches (I make his lunches for daycare.)

  13. This is a great linky! My daughter is ALWAYS in the kitchen with me so this will be fun to participate in. I can’t wait to see what’s going on in other peoples kitchens too!

  14. Awesome idea to help get them through the last few weeks!! I might have to sneak a couple in their lunchboxes.

  15. Such a cute idea! I love it! Kids get so tired at the end of the school year, so it’s great to have words of encouragement to keep them going.

  16. Wonderful design. Love the packets.

  17. Super cute idea! Thanks for the printable- I will be saving it for next year when my daughter can read!

  18. Betty Baez says:

    These are cute! I like the “you can do it only _ more days” & summer vacation is almost here.

  19. What a cute way of adding a little fun and excitement to your child’s last lunch of the year :)

  20. What a fun idea! My daughter is much older now but I bet there are days she’d still enjoy finding a note.

  21. Great linky. Thanks for sharing! Looks like a great resource for parents of littles :)

  22. I do lunch notes too, but on the chalkboard in their lunchboxes. Even my teen likes that, though she refuses to admit it outside of the house. ;)

  23. What a cute idea for end of the year. I once wrote my 1st grader a note on her napkin. She was so she got home and she told me all about it. My mom use to leave me notes in my lunch from time to time.

  24. I can not wait until the end of the school year! Only a few more weeks! Woo hoo!

  25. W/hat a fun idea! I don’t pack lunch anymore but would have loved to try something like this when I did.

  26. What a cute printable. We homeschool, but I could still use these for my kidlets.

  27. Thanks for sharing! These printable are really cute.

  28. love all of these. they are too cute

  29. What a neat idea! I still remember the no more school, no more books one from when I was a kid! :)

  30. These area really cute and definitely something to perk up the lunch box. We have a few more years before school yet, but I really do love this idea!

  31. What cute printables! My daughter is excited to be getting out of school soon. :)

  32. What a fun idea! My kids are so excited for summer.

  33. Aw, I love this! My son is in half day Kindergarten, but I am going t print a few of these for lunch at home!

  34. Those are adorable! I need those affirmations in my grown-up lunchbox. :-)

  35. Kids would just be overjoyed to see these in their lunches. Great idea, Melinda!

  36. I love the little notes. My mom used to write me notes on my napkin in my packed lunch. Simple words made a huge difference in my day.

  37. My son goes to Kindergarten next year. I can’t wait to leave him little lunch notes!

  38. What a sweet idea for getting kids through the last few weeks of chaos! Come on, summer break!

  39. These are adorable! Makes me wish my kids packed a lunch so I could include them!

  40. Very cute! My son would so get a kick out of these.

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