Years of experience and practical preparation have taught me that the best way to never forget a lunchbox note is to produce and print them ahead of time.
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Most days I’m a good little Mommy. I make my son’s lunchbox up the night before and can write a sweet note on a scrap of paper. However, I have mornings where I am chugging a cup of coffee while tying a shoelace and making a sandwich. If you have those mornings too, you should check out my 6 steps for making school mornings way better!
Seriously, having these notes printed and prepared ahead of time can be a huge help.
We have this type of lunch box.
I prefer it because it has a mesh pocket on the inside lid, which is perfect for putting lunchbox notes in. The note won’t get lost among the food, stays dry, and is the first thing my son sees when opening his lunchbox. This lunch box fits most any size container I have ever thrown in it from a thermos mug to a bento box. They have many different patterns to choose from also.
These alphabet lunchbox notes are great for kids preschool through early learning. They feature the alphabet letters and some keywords in bold. For older kids, check out these fun emoji notes.
Be sure to print out these cute little notes for your love and cut along the gray edges. I keep a stash stored in a kitchen drawer to quickly pull out and put in a lunchbox.