I love to include special notes and messages in my kids' lunch boxes just to remind them that I am thinking of them while they are at school. But figuring out what to say on notes and putting them together can be time consuming. I find with kids, jokes are always a hit. So I collected some of our favorite jokes and created a free printable of lunch box jokes for kids for you to share with your child. Read on to find out how to get the jokes and learn about how easy it is to create a lunch perfectly packed for your child. For more fun meal ideas, check out these 31 Dinner Conversation Starters.
Lunch Box Jokes for Kids
It's time to print out your free printable lunch box notes and let the laughs begin. Click on the link at the end of the post and you are one your way.
I have designed these notes to be easy to print out and cut. There are 30 jokes here, many of them given to me by my kids. So they are kid approved for sure!
These notes can help put a smile on a child's face and this so important because you never know what kind of day your child is having at school. Maybe there was a disagreement before your child left for school and they were upset at drop off. Perhaps they had a negative interaction with a classmate and their feelings got hurt. Whatever the situation, sometimes your child will not be having a great day at school. These lunch box jokes for kids are perfect for those occasions and any time you want to send a laugh to school.
You can place a note right in a lunch box before you close it.
Think of how happy your child will be to see the note when they open up their lunch box.
These funny jokes can also serve as a conversation starter as kids can share them with friends at school.
These free lunch box jokes for kids may not be copied and sold or reproduced in any way. They cannot be changed or altered by you in any way and then sold as your own. If you are sharing these printables, you must direct people to my website and not to a link for the PDF. Do not store these on your website, on a file sharing website or on Facebook or Dropbox. These free worksheets are copyright Mess for Less.