Learn to make an interactive tiffin box with these mommy notes

Learn to make an interactive tiffin box with these mommy notes

A lot of you have been asking me since a while to make some foodart for the kids that go to school so that they finish their tiffin box. Honestly, I understand how difficult it is for you to see the tiffin box returning back with some food or most of the food. At the same time we never know how rough or good his/her day has been passed. So this is my  attempt to get these little munchkins get excited about their tiffin box and give it a little more of a personal touch with some Fun and Interactive notes.

You might have seen such ideas earlier but this is a little way above and all you have to do is, Learn to make an interactive tiffin box with these mommy notes. So the idea is simple, instead of the normal notes like ” Have a great day “, the kids have to answer a fun question each day that will give you some insight on what is happening in school along with solving tiffin box issues.

The questions force them to interact with you and leave an answer in the tiffin box for you to discover and also it can serve as a great ice-breaker for finding out more about their day specially if the kid is shy or not too vocal about his thoughts.

So Learn to make an interactive tiffin box with these mommy notes and be surprised with the results !!

How to make the Interactive Tiffin Box Notes ?

Learn to make an interactive tiffin box with these mommy notes

SOLUTION 1

You can take an A4 size paper make columns and rows as shown in the image above and write down the questions.  You can take out a print copy and cut the notes and keep the interactive notes ready for the week. I would request use a colour sheet or add some design to make it look attractive for the kids.

SOLUTION 2 

You can make use of colourful post-ids or colour craft papers too and make handwritten interactive notes.

The good part of these notes is it’s going to be a talk of the canteen/cafeteria where all friend would be watching anxiously to read the note out. Also kids can learn to share the food and appreciate all sorts of taste. At the same time don’t be surprised if you have specific demands pouring in and I bet you will want to fulfill them all.

With these interactive notes your kids will look forward to filling them out, and you’ll look forward to receiving back their responses. We call that a win‐win. And because lunch talk can easily morph into talking about the rest of their day, we’d say that’s actually a win‐win‐win.

Also you can check my foodart here

Blog Inspiration : Picklebums



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