What To Have For Lunch! {printable lunch menu and jokes}

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What to have for lunch?’ is no longer going to be a question that’s hard to answer.  Why?  Well because we’ve come to the rescue with these darling printables to help us prepare healthy lunches that our kiddos will actually eat!  And, with fun printable notes of encouragement and jokes, packing a lunch that they’ll like with a little surprise inside will take an everyday lunch to a new level!

What To Have For Lunch

What To Have For Lunch

Back to school time means packing nutritious lunches that kids will actually want to eat, five days a week!  The very thought gives some parents sleepless nights, but this printable will give you ideas that are healthy and nutritious and that your kids will like to eat!

Lunch Menu

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Pick Your Lunch {kid-friendly menu} (17860 downloads)

Lunch Menu

Creating a healthy lunch your child will eat is no longer an overwhelming task!  Thanks to this amazing ‘Pick Your Lunch‘ food checklist, your child{ren} can help create their own custom yummy school lunches.  Simply have your child mark the food they want to eat for lunch.  It’s as easy as 1-2-3!  This worksheet has a variety of food and snack options such as a as different fruits, veggies, snacks, and sandwiches to choose from, so every child should be able to find something!

Once the easy peasy checklist has been completed, take the list of favorites with you to the grocery store.  Yep, this handy dandy list doubles as a shopping list to make it easy for you to pack healthy school lunches with variety.

lunch jokes

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Lunchbox Jokes & Notes (4461 downloads)

Lunchbox Jokes & Notes

Print out these free jokes to give your kiddos a little chuckle while they are at lunch.  Also included are words of encouragement that are a perfect addition to your child’s lunchbox.  Print them out and keep them on the ready. You never know when someone you love will need a kind word at lunch time.

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A huge thanks to Amanda and Brieanna for their mad skills in graphic design!  Holy smokes they are so talented.

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  1. Comment-Anonymous Carol Call

    Cute, cute boys……good job, Laurie….

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  3. Comment-Anonymous brooke

    Thanks for sharing this Laurie it is such a great and cute idea

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  5. Comment-Anonymous tami h.

    I love the menu list for lunches. Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Comment-Anonymous Kris

    These are awesome, thank you! I have a question. I have just started a Wellness Blog for our school, so I have been putting links like this to give people healthy and fun lunch ideas. I was wondering what it rule or etiquette is for using a picture from the post. For example, would it be OK for me to use the picture of the lunch menu in your post if it links to here? I make sure that in my posts I only give a brief overview, and the reader has to go to the website for the information. They look so much better with pictures, so I hope that it is OK! Thanks!

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  9. Laurie Turk Laurie

    Hey Kris – yes you are more than welcome e to use 1 image and then link it back to this post. Thanks for asking! I’m completely honored.

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