Reusable Lunch Box Notes

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Reusable Lunch Box Notes

Our summer has flown by and it’s already time to start thinking about packing lunches for back to school. All summer we’ve been snacking our way back to school with Dannon® Danimals® from Walmart and both my daughters have already decided their favorite yogurt and smoothie flavors for upcoming school lunches. Our lunches will also include coordinating reusable lunch box notes to make that little break in the day extra special.

Have some fun packing back to school lunches with reusable lunch box notes.

With the busy back to school routine heading our way we are using Walmart’s Online Grocery Pickup Service. Shopping with my daughters for school supplies is not the most fun thing to do when it’s 117° outside. The grocery pickup service is so easy to use and saves us time when we certainly don’t want to be walking through a parking lot.

Pick up Dannon® Danimals® at your local Walmart.

Dannon® Danimals® smoothies and pouches are nutritious snacks that parents can feel good about. They are the perfect on the go ready solution that helps fuel kids’ adventures. They have been a staple in our house and will continue to provide a good source of calcium and vitamin D during the day, after school, at practice, homework time and more.

Reusable lunch box notes with favorite lunch items are perfect for back to school.

Danimals® wins the great taste kids love and provide enough variety to keep everyone happy with no artificial ingredients.

How to make reusable lunch box notes

Supplies:

  • construction paper
  • scissors
  • laminating sheets
  • laminator
  • dry erase marker

Cut construction paper into shapes resembling your child’s favorite lunch box snacks and flavors. Get creative and stack shapes and colors to coordinate with Danimals® like cotton candy and watermelon.

Cut out cotton candy shapes to make reusable lunch box notes. Cut out watermelon shapes to make reusable lunch box notes.

Place assembled cut outs between two laminating sheets and run through your home laminator. Trim around the edges and your reusable lunch box notes are ready for you to write on.

Use laminating sheets to easily make reusable lunch box notes. Laminate reusable lunch box notes for an easy way to reuse!

I’ll be packing the watermelon note with my older daughter‘s favorite Dannon® Danimals® wild watermelon smoothies. The cotton candy note is perfect for little sister’s lunch packed with Dannon® Danimals® squeezable cotton candy lowfat yogurt.

Make reusable lunch box notes in shapes coordinating with your child's favorite lunch items.

The notes can be as simple as “Have a sweet day,” or can be more specific for different days. 

Write on reusable lunch box notes with dry erase markers."You're one in a melon!" Pack a fun lunch with reusable lunch box notes.Pack a fun lunch with reusable lunch box notes.

The Danimals® smoothies should be cold in lunch boxes but should not be frozen. The pouches can be frozen then placed in lunch boxes to work as your ice pack.

After school when you are cleaning lunch boxes simply wipe off your note and tuck it away for another day.

DIY reusable lunch box notes are wipeable and you can use them over and over.

We’re minimizing waste with the reusable lunch box notes and my daughters feel happy to find a note from mom with their favorite snack. How do you add that extra love that makes a big difference to your child’s lunch box?

Learn more about the inspiration for reusable lunch box notes by connecting with Dannon® Danimals® on FacebookInstagram and YouTube.

Make laminated reusable lunch box notes to reduce waste and have some fun packing your child's lunch box!

1 thought on “Reusable Lunch Box Notes”

  1. Most of the children are very lazy in eating . They only have foods which are favorite to them. These include chocolates , fast food etc. But these food will not provide all the necessary nutrients to them. It is a very nice idea to provide lunch box notes. It will be really interesting for the children. I think all mothers can follow this idea for making their lazy children eat.

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