9 Best Lunch Boxes And Kits To Get Them Excited For School

Up your lunch game with these awesome lunch bags

The same old sandwich box can get a little ho-hum when you have to look at it day in and day out—that goes for you, and your kid. 

To make sure that your kid looks forward to lunch each and every single day, and to make packing lunches a little more bearable for yourself, start the school year off with bright and colourful lunch kits and bags that are as functional as they are cute. 

Bon appetit!

The Chuck-It-And-Go

If you’re anti “fancy-and-complicated Bento box” and pro “last-all-year, chuck-it-in-the-washing-machine”, then this lunch bag is the one is for you. Toss everything in, zip it up, and go. It’s super cute, sturdy, and made of safe, BPA free organic cotton. Done and done.

$23.59, from well.ca

The Butterfly Bento

Check out the gorgeousness that is this beautiful butterfly lunch box. Seriously, we can’t stop staring. Use it as a Bento or a traditional square lunch kit, and tuck a napkin or spork into the rubber bands on the outside. Comes with a removable ice pack, too.

$29.95, from Indigo.ca 

The Fussy Eater

If your kid won’t eat a sandwich (what’s up with that, kid?) then a Bento is the way to go. Offering up a selection of tasty nibbles is one of the best ways to ensure they eat something while at school. This Bento’s claim to fame is that it keeps every compartment absolutely separate, so no crumbs get on your fruit salad and no pasta sauce gets on your crackers.

$10.39, from well.ca

The Bento Box 

 

 

This genius Bento-style box has two large rectangular compartments and four smaller square compartments, but it all packs up into one very compact and sturdy little box. We love that unlike some Bento boxes, you don’t need a degree in engineering to figure out how everything fits together, and the construction is sturdy. So if your kiddo sends their backpack flying down the slide, their lunch and lunchbox will make it down in one piece.

$29.95, from Indigo.ca

The LEGO Lover

For the kid who’d love to play with LEGOs all day every day, this LEGO box is sure to wow. This traditional soft insulated kit is perfect for moms who are not into the Bento craze.

$24.95, from Indigo.ca 

The Eco-Warrior

Saving the planet just got cuter. These reusable snack bags mean you can make lunch litterless and skip using disposable snack bags, and the super cool Nintendo designs mean your little one gets to keep their lunch table cool-kid status.

$12.95, from Indigo.ca 

The Snack Attack

This fierce bag can be worn as a tiny backpack, or just shorten the straps and use it for lunch. It’s made from certified organic cotton, has a handy interior pocket for an ice pack, and is pre-shrunk and fully machine washable.

$26, from well.ca 

The Superhero

Heck, YES. We loved this summer’s empowering blockbuster, Wonder Woman, and now your own little Wonder Woman can keep the righteous fight going with on-trend lunch accessories. We’re picking up two of these: one for our kids, and one for our own lunch.

$12.95, at Indigo stores

The Crowd Pleaser

If you just need a bag that will make them very, very excited to eat lunch, then we’re betting this awesome Paw Patrol bag will be a huge winner. Made of soft insulated foam, it will keep lunch cold all day, and just wipe it down with a sudsy cloth when it’s time to clean it.

$11.95, from well.ca

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