Do you know what goes great with school lunches? Cheese. Cheesy jokes to be exact! Kids love to get special messages from us in their lunches, yes, but they really love to have funny jokes slipped in, too. I compiled these Free Printable Lunchbox Jokes into fun comic book speech bubbles so you’ll only have to print once during the month and then cut them out as you go. Be sure to hide them of course because boy can kids find things they aren’t supposed to. Am I right? You can print them out on white or colored paper, printer or cardstock paper, or even on a printable sticker sheet so you can just stick them right onto a Ziploc or whatnot.
Free Printable Lunchbox Jokes Vol. 1 Includes:
Lunchbox Jokes Volume 1 includes 20 jokes, enough to get you through a month of school lunches. I also made an equally cheesy Volume 2 that you can access by subscribing to our email list. No, it’s not spammy. We only send emails when we make new stuff you might want to see. Besides, you’ll also gain access to our Freebie Central page that’s loaded with all kinds of different printables and downloads. Who doesn’t love free?
I’ll also be working on Volumes 3 and beyond if the demand is there. So feel free to comment below with your favorite cheesy Lunchbox Jokes and I might include them in future volumes. I included my all-time favorite in Volume 2. It’s very cheesy and fishy!
Free Printable Lunchbox Jokes Materials
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Here’s what you’ll need:
If you like these Free Printable Lunchbox Jokes, I think you may also dig our Springtime Baby Animals Coloring Pages and (yes, they’re eggs) our Geom”egg”tric Easter Egg Coloring Flip Book. We have found that the kids love coloring the designs year-round and not just at Easter. Tell them they’re fall or winter eggs!
You can also find some other fun ideas for your kid’s lunches over at All Free Kids Crafts. I love that their projects are realistic and do-able. We don’t have time for 2-hour lunchbox projects! Am I right, parents?