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Back-to-school can be scary and stressful for kids. I love that by just adding a special favorite snack like Welch’s® Fruit Snacks Mixed Fruit and Superfruit along with these free Lunch Box Notes to Encourage Kids at school could be exactly what they need to brighten their day.
Lunch Box Notes To Encourage Kids At School
My girls are excited about the back-to-school season, even though this mama is not ready- at least not yet. They can’t wait to start their new school, meet new friends, and learn so much this year. Especially since my oldest will be going into her last year of elementary school. Cue the tears!
That’s why I want to make sure that my girls not only have the best school year possible, but I want to make sure that my oldest daughter ends her elementary years with a bang!
Back-To-School Encouragement For Kids
I’m all about making sure that my girls have a fantastic lunch at school with a special surprise. School can be hard already, so I want to make sure that my girls have a little pick me up moment during their lunchtime. I want them to know how amazing they are and that I’m thinking of them. You will be surprised how much this little act of kindness can do for a child during school.
Welch’s Fruit Snacks in Mixed Fruit
Are your kids a fan of Welch’s Fruit Snacks? They taste good because they are made with Real Fruit, so you can really taste the difference. They also have different varieties to choose from like the Mixed Fruit and Superfruit Mix! They are not only America’s Favorite Fruit Snacks, but they have become a staple in my girl’s lunch boxes during the school year. Plus, they make the perfect after-school snacks! Especially when you’re on the go as much as we are with dance classes and competitions.
Make sure to find stores near you to pick up your own Welch’s Fruit Snacks for back-to-school season! Remember, in Welch’s Fruit Snacks the first ingredient is fruit, so you know they taste delicious! Not only will your kids love them, but you will find yourself wanting to steal a few during their snack time too.
Inspirational Note Ideas For Back-To-School
I know what you’re thinking moms, “how does she even have the time to write notes to her girls?”. Well, my little secret hack is to simply create a few different lunch box notes with inspirational quotes or sayings. Then all I have to do is print and cut them out. I keep them all in a baggie in one of my kitchen drawers where my girls make their lunches. Then before they grab their lunch boxes to go, I sneak in a note to encourage them at school.
These encouraging notes are perfect on days I know my girls have a test or I notice they need a bit of cheering up. Plus, on the days I know something special is happening like a birthday, awards day, or even holidays I’ll write up my own note for them.
Free Printable Inspirational Lunch Box Notes
As a former teacher, I know how much a student can use a little bit of encouragement, especially during the first days of back-to-school. That’s why I want to make it super easy for parents to be able to add a special note to their kid’s lunch box this year! Print out your own copy of my lunch box notes below to encourage your kids all year long! I’ve also added some free blank notes so that you can write your own encouraging words for your kids.
I can’t wait to share these inspirational notes with both of my girls this back-to-school year! I know that they are going to love these special notes their dad and I leave them in their lunch boxes along with their favorite Welch’s Fruit Snacks!
Be ready for this back-to-school season ahead of time by printing out these free lunch box notes and purchasing your kids favorite Welch’s Fruit Snacks in Mixed Fruit and Superfruit.
Remember, they also make the perfect after school snack to share with friends too! Bring a box with you to your kids next after school activities. Believe me when I say, all the other parents will thank you!
Do you write special notes in your child’s lunchbox?