My kids love these new! word puzzle lunchbox notes.
And my kids’ friends love these.
And my friends’ kids love these.
It all makes me so happy because the more we’re talking about words and thinking about how it all comes together, the better.
So as soon as I realized that our Word Puzzle Lunchbox Notes were a hit, I was on the hunt for more wordy-word puzzles. And I found them.
Deep in the catacombs of my old teaching resources, in the boxes that my husband has pressured me to recycle for the last 10 years, I found them.
And even though I left the book and papers at my parents’ house last month, my mom sent them back down to Maryland, and I whipped them up on fancy little lunchbox notes. For my kids and yours. Enjoy!
Here’s the skinny. . .
(More!) Word Puzzle Lunchbox Notes:
These are along the same lines as Word Puzzle Lunchbox Notes, but they’re slightly different.
Yes, they’re still word puzzles, but these include numbers. So they’re sayings or phrases that incorporate numbers in some way.
Here are a few examples:
Super fun, right?
- 3 W on a T = 3 wheels on a tricycle
- 13 S in the USF = 13 stripes in the US flag
- 24 H in a D = 24 hours in a day
It requires a little bit of thought and a whole lot of fun. Honestly, my students loved this kind of thing every so often when we had a few minutes at the end of class to kill.
And so did I.
If you’re following the party on Instagram, then you know that we’ve been sharing these for the last few days.
Don’t worry if you’re not on the platform; you can always search for #lunchboxlove or #lunchboxlovenotes or #teachmamaquickquiz to find them!
It’s just that I have had ‘write this post’ on the top of my To-Do list for two weeks. I just have been that swamped.
Do you want to grab a copy of these notes? Sure you do!
Just print them, cut them, and throw one in your child’s lunch each day. Or if he or she isn’t a lunch packer, leave one out on the counter for a little breakfast challenge!
Sound good? Great!
Want the Word Puzzle Lunchbox Notes to use for your crew? Sure you do!
Four pages, totaling 26 word puzzles with room to add your own. Or have your kids create their own. How fun would that be?
Do you have any ideas for our next round of lunchbox notes? Let me know! I’d love to hear about it!
Want a few more ways to play with words?
- Raising word conscious kids
- a word a day: raising word conscious kids
- learning during read-alouds: word consciousness
- Grammar Sharks Cards
- farm full of rich vocabulary words
- oral language development
And don’t forget:
Want a few more lunchbox notes for your kids?
Want a look at all of our lunchbox looooove notes? Here they are:
- School Rules: Super Silly Lunchbox Jokes
- Positive Affirmation lunchbox notes
- Nicer than Necessary lunchbox notes
- Wordless Riddles lunchbox notes
- Halloween Jokes lunchbox notes
- Hidden Pictures lunchbox notes
- Disney Fun Fact lunchbox notes
- Fun Fact lunchbox notes
- Budgie Fun Fact lunchbox notes
- Happy, Happy Day lunchbox notes
- Homemade lunchbox notes
- Parent Notes for lunchbox or anywhere
- Holiday Fun Fact lunchbox notes
- More Holiday lunchbox notes
- Valentine’s Day Knock-Knock joke lunchbox notes
- St. Patty’s Day Joke lunchbox notes
- Springtime lunchbox love notes
- Super-Sweet lunchbox love notes
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