If you have a toddler, preschooler, or a new kindergartner these free Lunch Box Notes for Non-Readers are a great way to remind your child of your love for them and brighten their day!
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I must admit that I didn’t think to put notes in my kids’ lunches when they first started going to MDO (Mother’s Day Out) at our church. It was another mom, who gave me the idea. She said asking about what note her son got would help jog his memory about his day! I think lunch box notes are a great way to help kids feel encouraged, loved, and brighten up their day a little.
These lunch box notes are great for younger children who aren’t yet reading (like toddlers or preschoolers) or for new kindergartners who are still learning to read. If you want even more lunch box notes be sure to check also out these Alphabet Lunch Box Notes and these Car Lunch Box Notes!
❤️ Why Lunch Box Notes Matter
Lunch box notes are a great way to make your child feel loved and special. I’ve also found they’re a great way to get kids talking about their day at school and whether they liked their lunch or not.
Lunch box notes are also a great way to calm first day of school jitters.
💭 What is included in this set?
There are 24 fun and colorful notes included in this set. There are monsters, hearts, and so many cute animals!
🍎 Tips for lunch box notes
You can print on card stock paper or laminate these notes so that you can use them over and over again.
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🖨️ How to download and print
To download and print this free printable simply click the black download button below. It will download as a PDF file for you to print.
There are three pages to print with 24 notes total. The PDF should be printed on portrait setting in color.
This printable is for personal use only. Please do not share direct links to the PDF.
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