Lunch Box Game

The Lunch Box Game (3-7 years old) is a fun and educational game that can easily be played during snack time or after a meal. With this game, your child can help build pragmatic language skills (e.g. turn taking, maintaining topic) and improve visual awareness (by finding the particular item in their lunchbox). With this game, you can also target colors, categories, negation (I don’t have milk in my lunchbox), improving fine motor skills, and answering “wh” questions. This game teaches children all about healthy items that can go in their lunchbox.  Begin a discussion about what your child likes best in their lunchbox and whether it is healthy or not. If your child says it’s healthy, ask “why?” These types of games help build self awareness which can be very positive for many years to come. I asked my daughter the other day, “What are your talents?” and she told me that she is really good at eating food that is healthy that make her grow big and strong. Feel good mom moment 🙂

Excellent Carryover Book: “How did that get in my lunchbox?

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  1. I really enjoy your website and loved your article about Rice Krispies, which brought back sweet memories of sharing breakfast together! The simple moments in life are usually filled with amazing memories and feelings. I can’t wait to play the lunchbox game!

  2. I really enjoy your website and loved your article about Rice Krispies, which brought back sweet memories of sharing breakfast together! The simple moments in life are usually filled with amazing memories and feelings. I can’t wait to play the lunchbox game!

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