With the back to school season here parents everywhere are getting organized and picking up their children’s school supplies. One my my favorite essentials is their lunchboxes. Packing a fun and healthy lunch is such a huge part of a successful day and a better overall education. For the last 2 school seasons we have used I See Me! Lunch Boxes. This is because they are the perfect size, durable, easy to wash, keep the food from being squished and have a fun chalkboard inside for personalized messages. Having a lunch box with your child’s name on it makes school that much more fun. My daughter and son are now able to recognize their own names, so seeing it on their lunch box makes them feel proud knowing that is their box alone.

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Every year my husband would write a special, personal message to our daughter using the chalk board feature insideI See Me Lunch box the I See Me! lunch box. It was something she looked forward to everyday. The chalk board is easy to write on and easy to wash. I love how it a very high quality lunch box, unlike others which break, rust or whose chalkboards don’t actually work. Our preschooler loves packing her lunch the night before with her father. It’s a very special time for them, a real life long memory and I am glad that I See Me! is part of that memory. To see more deals and special from I See Me! click here!

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I See Me! Features tons of great Back to School products other than their lunch boxes. They have books, stickers and lunch pails with tons of colors and design options, making it easy to find the right one for your little scholar.

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7 Comments on I See Me! Lunch Boxes

  1. These are such sweet Lunchboxes. My niece is starting her first year of school next week. I’m sure she would love one of these!

  2. I love that you can get these personalized for your children or grandchildren, and I love that they have so many different designs to choose from.

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