Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Nifty Ideas: Lunching for Kids

Another round of fantastic nifty ideas I have discovered. You too may become inspired by these nifty things and in turn create your own. If you have any of your own nifty ideas please share them with me I'd love to learn about what is nifty to you!

My girls love Russian stacking dolls. They have made up games to play with them on our coffee table. When I came across these Matryoshka Doll Measuring cups I knew they would be perfect for the girls. I don't plan to use them as measuring cups but they are perfect for snack containers. I can put in a little treat and pack them in their backpacks for school. Functional and Fun!

For those of you who have kids (big or small) that refuse to eat the crust on their sandwiches I think the Lunch Punch at Sweet Madys is for you. They are designed to cut the crust off leaving most of the bread for you little one to enjoy. You can choose from a puzzle punch set or a critter pack.

My children like to eat pasta for lunch on cold days. I heat it up and then put in a thermal food jar like this container. Lately they have been digging these colorful sporks which are perfect for them. I like that we no longer need to use plastic throwaways and that they only need one utensil to pack.  


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