Thursday, April 4, 2013

Laptop Lunches | Puzzle TIme school lunch with homemade puzzle crackers - YUM!

It's still Puzzle Time! 
Laptop Lunches puzzle pieces for Autism - school lunch bento

Paige's kindergarten lunch:
- bologna and cheese sandwich on multigrain, cut with a Lunch Punch
- homemade spicy cheese puzzle crackers
- organic grapes
- cucumber slices
- a few Annie's organic fruit snack bunnies in the tiny dip container

I used a couple of the sandwich cutters from the puzzle Lunch Punch set to shape the homemade crackers. Puzzle crackers are super fun. All the pieces can connect together and everything. :)

This lunch is packed in a Laptop Lunches box, with the large section the sandwich is in being from an add-on Laptop Lunches "bento buddies" set.

And because it is Autism "Something" Month, another great message from Amy:
"Talk to kids about autism! With about 2% of children currently being diagnosed, typical kids are likely to encounter peers with autism at some point.  
Autistic people look like anyone else, but think and behave differently. Teaching kids that all brains work differently not only helps autistic people and the families gain acceptance, it helps typically developing kids become more at ease with many different kinds of people and with new ways of thinking, which will help them succeed too. 
For some great tips on talking to kids about autism, check out 10 Things I Wish Your Kids Knew About Autism."

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faerieeva said... [Reply to comment]

Evil. Now I had to go and buy those puzzle cookie cutters.

Melissa said... [Reply to comment]

Hahaha! :) In my humble opinion, the puzzle Lunch Punches are the most versatile set!

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