Kids seem to love a good, unexpected surprise and so I’ve put together 12 fruity lunchbox jokes for kids to read while they eat their lunch at kindergarten or preschool. Best news is they are yours for FREE!
12 fruity lunchbox jokes for kids
It seems so hard to believe that it’s March and in some ways our family have only just found our groove in 2018. Possum (aged 6 years) has had a great start to the year, but it has also been quite overwhelming for her. Prep is feeling a lot different than grade 1 and there have been a few tears in the morning.
Everyday I pack her Possum’s lunch and everyday she eats every scrap of what I put in there. She’s one of those (rare) kids that will devour anything I put in front of her. and that’s usually fruit, vegetables and a healthy multigrain sandwich.
To brighten her day just a little and to give her a little talking point with her new classmates, I created 12 fruity lunchbox jokes. Possum absolutely loves to open up her lunchbox during the day and read her new fruity joke. She also can’t wait to come home and retell it to us.
What I like about these fruity lunchbox jokes are –
- They inspire children to read or make attempts to read
- Encourage healthy eating of fruit
- It’s a surprise for your child to receive during the day
- It promotes connection with others
- It’s something special from parent to child
Would you like a copy of my fruity lunchbox jokes for your own child?
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I’ve created and made these lunchbox jokes totally FREE for you to download. You just need to click over to Teachers Pay Teachers website and download the resource. Simple as that!
If you have any other printables you’d like me to make for your child, be sure to get in touch with and I’ll make it happen. I love to get your feedback. Thanks again and be sure to follow me over on Teachers Pay Teachers. You’ll be notified of any future product I create.
Would your child like a fruity lunchbox joke in their lunchbox?