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    Oh wow I'm going to be the mean mummy I can tell all i got for school lunches was a sandwich, piece of fruit, water, and a snack for recess. That's what I'll send for my two. Some of your kids eat far more lunch than me!

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    My daughter has never come home with an empty lunchbox, I pack extra just incase I would rather she had more than not enough and it's all pretty healthy

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    Wow, I'm clearly slack in the lunch box department! DD has a sandwich, a piece of fruit, a fruit bar and a packet of either mammee noodles, rice wheels or a le snack type thing. Occasionally there will be a muffin or some cookies if I've baked. That's about as fancy as it gets!

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    my dd 9 has
    a sandwich or wrap
    2 x fruit or veges so grapes capsicum carrot sticks cherry tomatoes apple etc
    rice cakes x 2 with vegemite
    a cheese stick
    and a fun food item so a pack tiny teddies or roll up or le snack etc
    plus bottle water

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    dd has usually a sandwich, a piece of fruit, a homemade muffin (savoury or sweet) and a packaged snack like squeeze yogurt, roll up, muesli bar etc. some days she won't eat the peice of fruit so I make her eat it when she gets home.
    She had a lunch order the other day which is a treat she will get once a fortnight or week if I'm really lazy, she got a hotdog with sauce, strawberry big m, and a fruit salad tub. And a muesli bar from home

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    DS who is in year 1 has:

    Sandwich/leftovers (quiche,pasta etc) or a container with crackers, ham slices and cheese

    2 x fruit or veg items. Today he had chopped up honey dew melon and a nectarine.

    A home baked item - usually banana bread or similar.

    Twice a week he gets a packaged treat, either a cheesestick, yogurt or a true fruit bar.


    DD who is in pre prep has:

    Sandwich/baked beans or leftovers (quiche etc)

    Fruit item

    Yogurt/home baked item

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    DD is 8 and she gets

    2 sandwiches, rolls or wraps with salad, meat and salad or mashed egg and carrot cheese.
    2 rice cakes with veggiemite and cheese
    Fruit
    Zucchini slice
    Pack of chips
    Carrot sticks
    Tuna and biscuits or cheese and biscuits

    We don't have juice and she would rather use the bubbler at school over taking water.

    She eats everything and is starving at 3:20 when school finishes.
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    Today's lunch box (ds in prep)

    Popper
    Grapes
    Muesli Bar
    2 sandwiches
    2 biscuits
    Salami
    Laming ton (small finger sized one)
    Yoghurt

    He eats it ALL, never do I find lunch left in his lunch box only wrappers etc lol.

    He gets home and is starving, eats heaps then plays then eats loads of dinner too.

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    Wow, I'm with Sassy, amazing how much some kids have at lunch break (and I consider my kids good eaters!)
    My 9 and 7 yo have 3 things in the lunchboxes - 2 for lunch, and fruit for recess -

    1 sandwich or crackers with cheese/tomato or similar
    1 pce of fruit (or cut up watermelon or similar)
    1 snack food for recess - such as homemade muffin, crackers, vege stick and dip.

    They usually eat it all, although sometimes some is left...

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    Default Lunchboxes

    Holy moly!

    I remember when I was at school, I'd get a water bottle, Vegemite sandwich, fruit & a muesli bar and that's it. Lol. No pasta, or delicious wraps or baked goods!

    Luckily my girl isn't at school yet


 

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