Now that kids are heading back to school, it’s time to start thinking about what to pack for lunch and how to store it. I’m in love with all the Bento Box designs because they allow you to store everything in a different container keeping everything organized. Here are some great lunch box containers designed for kids that will help keep their lunch neatly organized.
The EasyLunchBox system makes it simple to organize and quickly pack healthy lunches. You will get 4 BPA-free bento-link food containers and a cooler bag to make packing meals on-the-go fast, affordable and waste-free.
Lunchopolis comes with a lead-free, insulated lunchbox and four brightly tinted containers to help you pack a fresh, healthy and planet-friendly lunch. Also includes a drinking bottle.
This cool and contemporary lunch box come with its own containers. The lid of the lunchbox is shaped to keep a water ball in place, under an elastic strap. The stacked and upright design prevents food from being tossed around.
The Goodbyn is a fun lunchbox that offers high-style form and kid-friendly function. The guiding principles behind Goodbyn – think like a kid; provide like a parent; behave like the earth.
Laptop Lunches are American-style bento boxes designed to help you pack nutritious, eco-friendly lunches. Lunch boxes come with a book of healthy lunch ideas and creative lunch making tips.
A cool lunch container isn’t the only way to stay organized during the mad morning rush. Having an organized pantry and packing lunches the night before will shave several minutes off the morning. Who knows maybe you’ll even have time to make those creative sandwich designs found in magazines.
Looking for some more ways to get organized for back-to-school? Join us on Facebook and download our Back-to-School Guide & Printable Checklist available for the month of September 2011!
Getting Kids Organized for Back-to-School, Part I
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