These fun printable Advent lunch box notes are not only perfect for lunch boxes but also as a printable insert for home-made Advent Calendars.
Lunch Box Notes
Gorgeous, funny and very cute, our lunch box notes and lunch box jokes are a joy for children to find tucked in around the food and fruit in their lunch box! Lots for the holidays - Christmas, Halloween, Easter and more...
Don't do school lunches? Tuck the lunch box notes into a shoe in the morning, or pop them onto your child's breakfast bowl or even in the cereal box! Hand them out in the classroom as incentives and encourage children to read them out when they get one so that everyone can laugh along to the joke! Our Advent and Christmas jokes are just perfect for a homemade advent calendar, and our Easter lunch box notes could be part of an Easter egg hunt.
What better way to cheer up the kids as they return to school than slip one of our bird jokes lunch box notes in with their sandwiches?
Our Christmas lunch box notes were one of our most popular Christmas downloads last year. They are such a useful size, quick to slice up, and of course they have endless uses! Tuck them in lunch boxes, obviously. Hand them out as an incentive in class. Hide them for a treasure hunt.
These 24 gorgeous little Christmas lunch box notes feature some of our favourite Christmas quotes and make the perfect little message to tuck into a home-made advent calendar, pop onto a breakfast plate or tuck under a pillow - as well as making a lunch box special, of course!
Our lunch box notes are a fun way to remind your children that you are thinking about them when they are out at school. These dinosaur joke lunch box notes are sure to be their favourite.
Add some fun to the kids' lunch boxes in the run up to Easter with these cute printable lunch box notes featuring our favourite family-friendly Easter jokes. Two pages available - just click the link below and print.
We've designed this collection of farm animal jokes to be used as lunch box notes - a fun little surprise to be tucked into your child's lunch box every day. But why stop at that! There are so many other ways you could use these...
This set of lunch box notes filled with fun Fourth of July illustrations and jokes are perfect for tucking into a lunch box, of course - but also under a pillow, into a shoe, and anywhere else where they will cheer up a child's day!
Spooky fun for lunch boxes! This special little pack contains 16 messages designed especially to get your kids into Halloween mood! It includes lots of jokes, a few fun facts and one or two "Halloweeny" messages too.
Our cheerful lunch box notes are a great way to add some fun to your child's lunch box. This set includes some lovely positive messages and is ideal for children who have just gone back to school for a new term or for new school starters.
These fun lunch box notes are guaranteed to put a smile on your child's face at lunchtime! They're ideal for giving new starters a bit of confidence and reassurance at lunchtime too.
Make your child feel special at lunchtime by popping one of these pretty lunch box notes in with their packed lunch! There are 8 designs to choose from, each with a caring or motivational message and colourful picture.
These lunch box notes are designed to brighten your child's day! Simply print the page, cut them out then pop into their lunch box for a lovely surprise. This set of 8 happy and positive notes will really make them feel special!
What better way to cheer up the kids as they return to school than popping one of these lunch box notes in their lunch box? These notes will brighten their day and give them a positive message to keep them going and boost their confidence.
This bumper pack of 40 lunch box notes (over 5 pages) is ideal for when the kids go back to school or for new school starters. Each colourful note features a caring or positive message to give your child a lovely surprise and confidence boost at lunch time!
We have sixteen of these adorable monster cards, which you can use in many different ways. You could hand them out to the kids to recognise achievement, writing your own message on the card rather than using our pre-made monster achievement cards.
I'm a huge fan of Roald Dahl and all his stories, and so are my kids, so I really had fun putting together these little "lunch box notes". Of course you can do much more with them than pop them into lunch boxes. How about framing them as a set of mini pictures?
What better way to cheer up a lunch box at Thanksgiving than with these lovely colourful lunch box jokes! We have 16 printable jokes that your kids will love. And of course they aren't only for lunch boxes!