Make them the night before and then you can make whatever you like without having to rush. Just grab the bag from the fridge and go.
If you plan on taking "hot" foods with you (soup, left over spaghetti), purchase a Thermos (not a drink holder from a lucnh box...they are cheap and leak) container usually found in the hunting/fishing/sporting good section (like in a Walmart) - about $8. Just before you head off to school, heat a glass or plastic measuring cup with water and microwave it until it is a light boil. Carefully pour the water into the Thermos and put the lid on and let it sit for 5 minutes. In the meantime heat up your food in the microwave. Dump the water out and put the food in...it will be nice and hot at lunch time.
For my kids, I always pack the night before because morning are crazy. I do keep 2 boxes of Lunchables on hand just in case I didn't get a chance to pack lunches.
Good for you for making your lunch and not eating the junk in the cafeteria!
Sandwiches, water or juice, some dried fruit, apple, yoghurt. Anything which is healthy that can be eaten on the go. Good Luck.
sandwich, juicebox, fruit, quick and healthy. If you don't have alot of time, try making it the night before, that way you'll have more time in the morning.
I would say it would really depend on what your 6Th grader likes. Now wiTh my daughter who is in The 5th grade this year. She wants carrot sticks, water, cheese sticks, she will only eat ham and cheese sandwiches on wheat bread. At that age they like to buy their lunch is what I am told by the 6th graders that hang out at my house. I would make them simple not to much. Because at that age they are to busy talking and not eating. I would keep it healthy and not to many junk foods. Good luck.
What kind of a sixth grader requires a bag lunch that takes thirty minutes to cook?
Try the traditional sandwich, chips, and a drink. Additionally, maybe a granola bar, some cookies, or an apple and/or applesauce.
Fruit Roll Ups are always good.
Lunchables are good, too.
If you wanna bring something hot, try some Chef Boyardee cans and warm them up in the microwave at lunch (if you have access, that is).
Some school lunches you can make for 6th grade are PB&J
or FULL turkey subs they take about 10-15 to make you get bread white cheese turkey breast mayo bologna ham andand tomatoes if you like! you put the turkey on the bread then the ham then bologna then cheese get out a brownie sheet and put the samwitch on it set the oven to 3 degrees for 2 minutes after you take it out put mayo and tomatos on it and enjoy! by the way im going into 6th grade too!and ill be havuing that! :}
Peanut Butter & fluff/jelly/honey etc.
sandwiches is a popular one and it's easy too.
As for the drinks, well anything...water,,juice,milk,e...
sandwiches, fruit=, vegetables, juice, or water, maybe a little treat once in a while
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