These free lunchbox printables are a fun way
to encourage kids while they’re away at school.
Do you send notes in your child’s lunch? My daughter loves getting little notes in her lunchbox when she’s at school. I like sending them because it gives me a small way to encourage her during the day when I’m not with her.
To make it easier to get a note packed in her lunch in the morning, I designed my first set of free lunchbox printables a while back.
Those were a hit with my daughter, and she has been waiting for some new designs to show up for her lunch. I’m happy to say that I’ve finally come through for her!
Today I’m sharing my new set of lunchbox printables.
These free lunchbox printables are designed for the upper elementary age group. With these designs, there’s a little room on each one to add a personal note if you want.
The PDF prints nine designs on 8.5×11 paper that you can then cut down to a little lunchbox-size note. I have to admit, I’m a little OCD, and it kinda bugs me to have nine designs rather than an even 10 on the sheet. But I haven’t figured out how to fit 10 on the paper yet, so nine will have to do.
These new designs have a spring flair to them with a bunny and colored eggs. However, they’re not overly seasonal, so they could work any time of the year.
I hope you and your child enjoy these free lunchbox printables.
Please check out my other set of free lunchbox printables while you’re here!
Looking for more parenting ideas? Check out my Mom Sense board on Pinterest and pin along with me!
I shared these free lunchbox printables at some of these link parties.