Kirby Says, “Save Time and Money on School Lunches”

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Save Time and Money on School Lunches
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School has started for some of you, or is just around the corner. Packing your child’s or children’s lunches can sometimes feel daunting and be a budget eater.

Save Time and Money on School Lunches
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Here are some tips for the new school year:

  1. 10 School Lunches to Trump Sandwiches from Huffpost Taste
    Banana dog, “sprinkle” fairy bread, peanut butter and jelly sushi??? Wow your kids with some simple masterpieces!
  2. 27 School Lunch Tips to Keep You Sane from Buzzfeed
    We especially love the ideas of letting the kids make their own snack station and freezing drinks the night before to double as ice packs!
  3. Hot School Lunch Ideas  from The Organized Housewife
    Kids love using a thermos and last night’s leftovers can keep them warm on a cold day.
  4. Printable Kids Lunch Jokes and Brain Teasers from Capturing Joy with Kristen Duke
    Let your kids know you love them while putting a smile on their faces and letting them share something fun with their friends at their lunch table.

All the money you will save from being thrifty can be used to establish Kirby Kangaroo savings accounts at the credit union. Have a great start to the new school year!

Kirby says,

Saving on school lunches and pleasing your little ones is possible!

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