Spring is such an exciting time of year for nurturing the creative spark and capturing children's imaginations. With Easter approaching, signs of Spring are emerging with in my garden with fuchsia buds and clematis shoots, and we even managed to find a few ladybirds and bumblebees on the weekend! I can't think of a better starting point to make lunchboxes more enticing.
Spring Bento Lunchbox
- frog lunchbox from eBay;
- ladybird and bee food picks along with the leaf picks (Eats Amazing);
- alphabet food picks (Eats Amazing);
- flower and butterfly cutters (a pound shop);
- pea pod silicone case (Eats Amazing).
The lunchbox contains his usual mix of ham sandwiches, chunks of cheese, yoghurt raisins, a chocolate mini roll, grapes and cucumber. However, it's the way that it's been presented which makes it more exciting for him to open at lunchtime.
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