Lunchbox Cupboard: the kids pack their lunches... pick one from each drawer (fruit, granola bars, snacks, desserts, drinks) The parent chooses what goes in the drawer, but the child learns to make their own choice of what to eat.

Snack drawers for the kids in the fridge. Easy to grab, healthy foods. Awesome!

Kid's lunch idea. Pick and choose.

kids pantry - kids dishes, snacks, and storage, so they can be independent and helpful in the kitchen....

After the kiddos are done their regular chores they can pick a "work for hire" job to get money. GREAT IDEA!

Organized pantry. You can see everything.

Designate a spot in the classroom where each child can hang the art they create. It'd need to be down at their level, so they can clip it up and take it down themselves.

Toddlers do not eat much. Satisfy their bird-like appetites in an ingenious way - using ice trays. #pickyeater #toddler #meal #mealplanning #snack #creative #preschool #appetite #food #lunch #breakfast #dinner

chore chart

bookshelf dollhouse - this would have been sooooo much fun to have had as a kid

Packed lunchbox ideas! :)

travel packs to keep in the car such as first aid, activity bag, snack bag etc

Creative Solutions for Small Space Play: Underbed Play Table with Drawers by Great Little Trading Co. (does not ship to U.S. but think of the DIY possibilities)

A pool noodle under child's fitted sheet: A solution to keep a toddler from rolling out of bed. Brilliant!!!

road trip with kids...so smart! Lots of good ideas with this link. This is good for anyone! I will remember this one day!

funbites cube it...love this for a toddler lunch!

School lunch ideas--great ideas. Pack on weekends. Ready for the week. Jello right into the container to set up. Lots of quick tips, even if you don't use these containers.

Birthday Lunch

Why do we use a whole drawer for this, when OBVIOUSLY this is a far superior way of storage!

This site has a ton of lunchbox ideas that kids will actually eat! It even gave me a great way to send food that needs to stay warm!

Use a shoe caddy to store games and snacks on a long road trip.