Pack Perfect Lunches Easily with New Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kids Kits-Giveaway

My boys and I are trying our best to enjoy the last lazy days of summer, but I can’t help but turn my mind towards the upcoming school year too. Zackary will be entering Grade 2, Benjamin will be attending Pre-Kindergarten and both boys need all kinds of supplies for their upcoming days. Lunch gear is always one of the things at the top of my list but this year, my boys are ready to head back to school in style thanks to Rubbermaid!

I had the chance to review the handy Rubbermaid LunchBlox sandwich and salad kits from Rubbermaid last year and while they were great for packing food neatly and keeping meals fresh and cold, the lids on the containers were a little hard to open. For an adult that’s not a big deal but a child at school needs to be able to open lunch containers on their own.

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Fortunately, Rubbermaid understands that kids need a slightly different design for their lunch gear and so the company introduced new Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kids kits featuring easy-to-open lids and bright, kid-friendly colours. I received an assortment of the sets to review and I knew they would be just right for my boys’ upcoming school year.

One of the things I love most about the LunchBlox system is that it features a specially fitted Blue Ice freezer pack to keep food fresh all day. The pack locks into place between the large sandwich container and the two smaller snack containers. I also liked the fact that I could use the containers without locking them together. For one of the more structured flat lunch bags, placing the sandwich container and snack containers side-by-side worked perfectly. For an upright fabric lunch bag, I just locked the containers into a square and placed it inside the bag. Either way the Rubbermaid LunchBlox system keeps my boys’ meals organized!

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To help get your little ones ready for school, Rubbermaid is offering one lucky Mommy Kat and Kids reader a fabulous prize pack containing four Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kids kits, a $40 value! To enter to win, just leave a blog comment about what your child would love to see in their lunch on the first day of school. The kits are available at Walmart and Loblows and right now when you purchase a Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kids kit, you’ll receive $7 in money-saving coupons inside! Considering the kits have a retail price of less than ten dollars, getting the perfect lunch gear has never been so inexpensive!

Of course, in addition to all the other benefits of the Rubbermaid LunchBlox system, one of my favourite perks is that the containers are eco-friendly! Waste-free lunches are something I’ve been passionate about since my oldest son first started attending playschool and this system is an ideal one for eliminating lunch waste. Check out the new Rubbermaid LunchBlox Kids kits for yourself and see how they make packing lunches easy and fun for moms and kids!
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  1. Bacon always satisfies

  2. lunch note and pizza

  3. Christina says:

    home made salsa with chips, daughter loves peaches and pears and ham and cheese rolls and a treat like some home made cookies

  4. Krystine Aguiar says:

    Little polish sausages, cheese, homemade mini banana chocolate chip muffins, & grapes.

  5. Wendy hutton says:

    strawberries for sure

  6. cheese and crackers

  7. Monique L. S. says:

    Raspberries and cheese – my daughter’s favourites

  8. the kid loves salad will take it daily if we let her!!

  9. Joan Boor says:

    veggies and dip; fruit

  10. although my daughter isnt going to school this year, the lunch box would be great for snacks when we are out and about.. broccoli, cucumber cheese, crackers and raisons would be what she would want to see in it.

  11. Cindy Nickerson says:

    my kid would love to find all junk food in his lunch on the first day but what he would find is fruit and cheese with crackers, homemade muffin and maybe homemade cookie or something sweet that I had made

  12. Everybody loves cookies, few of us are so lucky ;)

  13. Kelly Bowron says:

    My daughter would love pepperettes and cheese,

  14. My kids would love lunchables!

  15. Anne Taylor says:

    some freshly baked cookies would be very appreciated!

  16. A surprise!

  17. Farrah Trahan says:

    I wish my kids would like something other than peanut butter, they are so picky! But with these maybe I could trick them into liking something new!

  18. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie) says:

    fresh fruit is always a request

  19. Lori Bazan says:

    My son would love to find egg salad sandwich and home made peanut butter cookies in his lunchbox!

  20. Stacey Mullins says:

    Omg. These items look Fantastic. I would love,love….LOVE to win a set of these. My daughter always chooses salad on her first day of school

  21. Emma Walter says:

    Lovin’ this giveaway!

  22. AMIE PEPPER says:

    I have three boys that would fight over these. Their school has been “environmental friendly” for 5 years and and the kids love making special treats for school and could really use some new containers with going into Grade 2,3 and 4 in Sept!

    My boys would love to find home made “lunch mates”!

  23. My daughter said she would like a note of encouragement from me. So sweet!

  24. SweetPanda says:

    pizza and fruit cup

  25. veggies and their favourite dip along with some fresh fruit. thanks

  26. Kristina Ziegler says:

    strawberries and raspberries!

  27. Doris Calvert says:

    Strawberries, Macaroni and jello

  28. Erika Birrell says:

    Peanut butter and jam, Cheese, juice box and yogurt

  29. A Lisson says:

    Anything good :-)

  30. cheesestrings and chips and pudding

  31. ham and cheese sandwich and a wagon wheel

  32. Victoria Ess says:

    Goldfish crackers

  33. Andrea Amy says:

    grapes, some sort of cracker (maybe a handisnack) and hard boiled eggs :)

  34. …probably a Lunchable but we rarely, rarely get those – only ever as a treat – but something about them just thrills kids.

  35. My kids would like to find pizza pretzels.

  36. My son would love to find pickles and cheese in his lunch box.

  37. Jennifer Rogers says:

    The newest Lunchable!

  38. I could use a few new ones this school year! First day of school: a ham and cheese sandwich, cut up fruit and a note with stickers!

  39. Belinda McNabb says:

    My son would love to find a sandwich with all the works, cut up cheese and crackers

  40. Darlene Schuller says:

    My daughter currently has a deep love for goldfish. Those would be the highlight of her lunch the first day of school.

  41. Carol Denny says:

    Bear Paw cookies

  42. Chandra Christine O'Connor says:

    my girls would love to find a sub in their lunches

  43. Julie G. says:

    He’d love to find cheese cubes and blueberries.

  44. they would like some crepes and fruit

  45. pepperoni & grill cheese sandwich

  46. chicken tenders and some fruit snacks

  47. Taryn T. says:

    They would love to find the Phineas and Ferb bento box ideas I found on Pinterest…. not I just need to win this contest and find someone to make it for me!

  48. my son would like pizza and a treat for sure!

  49. lori butler says:

    i have to say a pizza as well

  50. Leah Ryan says:

    My girls love to make their own pizzas, so this would be great to separate the toppings! Would love to try!!

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