Free Printable Halloween Lunch Box Notes
Ready or not, Halloween will be here before you know it. Whether you enjoy a good scare or not, Halloween is a magical and fun time of the year. The leaves are changing colors, you get to see your little ones in adorable costumes, and there are plenty of opportunities for frugal family time such as pumpkin carving.
Start getting yourself and your family in the spooky spirit now by sampling all the delicious pumpkin flavored goodies available (or baking a few yourself) and taking a stroll down any store’s seasonal aisle where you’ll be enchanted by colorful and creepy decor and costumes. Another way to get in the Halloween spirit and sweeten your child’s day is with Halloween lunch box notes.
Lunch box notes are simply a few words tucked away as a surprise with your child’s sandwich and sliced apples. Halloween lunch box notes merely contain a sweetly spooky twist. To get you started using Halloween lunch box notes, this article contains six free printable Halloween lunch box notes. Simply print, cut apart, and stick a Halloween lunch box note in your child’s bag before he or she heads off to the bus.
Halloween lunch box notes are sure to not only sweeten your child day (who wouldn’t like to be surprised by a few kind words or words of encouragement during the day) but also get him or her excited about Halloween. You know, if the prospect of candy isn’t enough to get them jumping for joy.
Halloween lunch box notes can also be cute for adults. Go ahead, hide one in your spouse’s lunch bag; it’s sure to make him or her smile at the office regardless of what the day has been like.
If you want to add a personal touch you can write a message on the back of the Halloween lunch box notes. If you’re looking for a super simple craft project, let the kids color or write on the back of the Halloween lunch box notes and then hide one in Mom or Dad’s lunch bag.
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