Disclosure: This is a sponsored post, in conjunction with Ziploc® and The Huffington Post. I received compensation for participating in this promotion.Sometimes, with my four-year-old son, we try and make everyday normal situations into learning experiences. Why not do that with lunch as well? If you have younger kids in Kindergarten, or even a little older, this could be a fun lunch to make them.
All you do is start with a normal, healthy, balanced, school lunch. You then either handwrite or type out labels for each of the foods you packed in the lunchbox. Put all the labels in a Ziploc® Snack Bag to keep them clean and include them in your child's lunch.
The idea of the game is simple. Your child learns reading and spelling by matching the labels to the food in their lunch. If you include bread, they match the whole grain slice with the label that says "bread." You might have to work with them a little on it, but I guarantee this is the tastiest learning game they will ever play!