There were those school days that you had no motivation for, maybe because of school work pressure or the longing to see your parents. Have you ever asked yourself if your kids also have these same feelings while at school? Do you know you can motivate them at school without spending a lot of money?
Being creative with Post It Notes on your child’s lunchbox can go a long way to inspire your young one to achieve more at school.
How important are lunchbox notes?
A post it note on your child’s lunchbox will remind your child of your love for him or her even when you are away.
Lunchbox notes also rejuvenate strength in your kids. Lunch comes at a time when children are feeling exhausted with school work. Therefore, the cute note of inspiring words such as “Never Quit” will serve as a fantastic re-energizer for your kid. They will feel inspired to carry on with the day.
These lunch box notes play a vital role for them, when they feel exhausted or tired, and they see your note that is full of care and love they feel a new energetic vibe in them, and a little and sweet smile come on their face. That means they are happy to see your note and it gives them the strength to stay in school or continue their study with full mind and concentration.
Creative ways to write lunchbox notes
Draw imaginative characters and write a message on the note.
A creative lunch box note is a different kind of note that also gives your child a new and best experience. You can any picture or even a smiley in the note, so if your child feels down or sad, but by your creative love not give him/her new strength and also happiness that you love them and care for them.
You can also write down a note about a class that your kid is passionate about and tell him or her to do their best in those subjects.
If there is a test coming up in a few days, motivate them by writing a word of encouragement. In return, this gives them the psyche to study for the tests and pass.
The simplest but loving thing you can write for your kids is reminding them that you love them. Jot down, “Mum loves you,” for them to know you will always love them till eternity.
As technology unravels, many people forget the powerful impact of handwritten messages. Inspire your kids with effortless post-it notes on their lunchboxes.
It is a genuine act that communicates so much at no cost and does not require a lot of time to create.
You can also creatively write something or add some strengthen lines in the note, so your child will feel okay and think about good things.
Many of the times, when children face many things in their day before lunch, that means if they do something or their homework is not complete and their teacher scolds them for that they feel too bad, but your love note will fix everything.