Sunday, August 8, 2010
Back to School Lunchboxes Giveaway!
I’ve always preferred to send my older children to school with a home-packed lunch. It is so much more economical and healthy to do so. Of course, when Emily needs a lunch for a homeschool activity day or park day, there’s not another option—we have to pack a lunch!
But in doing so, we go through a lot of sandwich bags. I don’t buy a lot of pre-packaged items, so we have cut-up fruit in a bag, homemade cookies in a bag, sandwich in a bag, and so on. The costs add up, and of course, that’s not good for the environment, either.
I was excited to have the chance to review Easy Lunchboxes. There are a lot of options for kids lunchboxes, but I love that this combines 3 compartment containers with coolers. The containers are stackable and nestable and eliminate the need for bags or several smaller containers. Emily has an adorable lunchbox with little plastic containers that her dad brought her from Korea last year. She loves it, but the containers are too small to be practical. They might be perfect for rice and kimchi, but aren’t designed for sandwiches!
The Easy Lunchbox containers are sold in sets of 4 and the coolers come in 5 colors. The cooler is easily big enough to hold 3 lunch containers or one container with thermos, chips, and/or drink bottle.
Do you run out of ideas of what to put in your kids’ lunchboxes? I know I do. I love the gallery of ideas that Easy Lunchboxes provides on their website. Here are just a few of them…
Giveaway: EasyLunchboxes.com is giving away one container set and one lunchbag ($21.90 value) to one of my readers. (US and Canada only.) To enter, visit the Easy Lunchboxes site and tell me something you learned about the product. Giveaway ends on Aug. 19. Winner will be chosen by random.org.
BONUS entries: Enter any giveaway on another of the other Back-to-School Blog Bash Blogs-one entry per blog. (Leave a separate comment for each entry.)
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1. “Like” Easy Lunchboxes on Facebook.
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3. Follow Debbie’s Homeschool Corner on Google Friend Connect.
4. Blog about this giveaway. (2 entries—leave a separate comment for each entry.)
5. Visit my Super Star Speech website and sign up for the email list. (Watch for a Super Star Speech giveaway coming soon.)
6. “Like” Super Star Speech on Facebook.
7. Add the Back 2 School Blog Bash button to your blog.
8. Enter another of my giveaways—one entry per giveaway entered. Other giveaways are listed at the top right corner of the page.
Easy Lunchboxes has the right to disqualify a winner if they have won or received a free product in the past three months.
I received this product free from Easy Lunchboxes in order to write this review. No other compensation was provided and all opinions are my own. I am an affiliate for Easy Lunchboxes and will benefit from referrals, but this did not influence my review.