Just wanted to post these here in case you wanted to start inserting these silly jokes in your kids’ lunchbox this week. Click images or HERE and HERE to download the PDFs! Related PostsChristmas / Winter Lunchbox Note JokesHalloween Lunchbox Notes2016 or 2017 All About Me Interview PrintablePrintable Halloween Joke Notes: Version 3!FREE PRINTABLE SCHOOL LUNCH NOTES / JOKES!Halloween lunchbox jokes / notes (Visited 70 times, 4 visits today)Share this post with a friend...FacebookTwitterPinterestGoogle+RedditStumbleUpon Allison Waken Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can! Website Prev Post Advent / Countdown Calendars roundup Next Post Paper Football 9 Comments jenniferfisher 6 years ago Reply Thanks for sharing the lunch jokes! I just came across your site and I LOVE it!! You have some fun ideas on here. Thanks for the inspiration 🙂 Billie 6 years ago Reply I just printed the jokes – very cute idea. Thanks for sharing. andi 6 years ago Reply What a great idea!! Becky 6 years ago Reply Just found this on pinterest;)- LOVE it! I think my kiddos will love the jokes too…. Cashon & Co. 6 years ago Reply I just made these this morning, and they are so cute! Instead of using them as lunchbox surprises (which I still intend to do) I punched tiny holes in the corner of each, and packaged them in cello-wrap with red bakers twine for strings and gave them to girlfriends at a luncheon today. I printed them on photo paper and packed them to be used as Christmas gift tags. My friends had no idea that they might of been originally for kids– they loved the jokes– maybe we all just have an immature sense of humor but we all thought they were hilarious. I pinned it on my Pinterest board to share the source from your blog. Keep up the good work, great ideas, and great photography with your blog. I am new to your site,, but in some bizarro world I feel like I'm staring at a mirrored version of my own family: my two sons remind me SO much of yours: oldest dark hair & eyes, youngest (20 months apart) blonde blue-eyed with the same mannerisms. Fun to see. Have a great holiday!! YoMamaMorris 6 years ago Reply These are adorable. So nice of you to share! Thank you! Love your blog. Lisa M 5 years ago Reply Thanks so much for sharing these…my twin boys will get a chuckle out of them at lunchtime. The day will come when they think it's "lame" for Mom to put something like this in their lunch so I'm relishing it now. Great work! Karen Martens 4 years ago Reply Thanks so much. I saw these in Jennifer McGuire’s latest post and think they are the greatest. I know my Grandchildren will enjoy them. Allison Waken Post Author 4 years ago Reply You’re so welcome! Enjoy! Write A Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of new posts by email.