Jenny Murray
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Letting Kids Choose Lunch Bin 1 - Dairy (1): string cheese, sliced cheese, babybel, Go-gurt, smoothie drinks Bin 2 - Protein & Veggies (1 each): turkey/ham roll ups, grilled chix strips, tuna or egg salad, fresh veggies Bin 3 - Grains (1): crackers (ritz, cheezits, PB, etc.), popcorn, bread, mini bagels, granola bar, fruit bar, cereal  Bin 4 - Fruit (1): fruit cups, apple sauce, fresh fruit Bin 5 - Snack (1): fruit snacks, raisins, muffins, cookies veggie straws, goldfish, chips, pretzels…

I'm totally going to do this when school starts! I love this idea! Kiddos pick the number of servings shown on the front from each bin. So much more fun than making sandwiches every day! (details in 4 comments)

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Free Printable School Lunch Box Planner with 85 Lunch Ideas. Older kids could start packing their own lunches.

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Healthy and easy lunchbox ideas for adults or kids. Use my printable recipe list to mix and match hundreds of lunch combinations.

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