The mission of Say Please is to improve the quality of everyday life through the sharing of kind words. Which I think is a great thing for our growing kids. Their core product is Lunchbox Love for Kids which are sets of small cards that parents put in their kids’ lunches each day. On the front of the card is a thoughtful, loving message and on the back of the card is fun trivia for kids. They believe that a parent’s loving words are as essential to a child’s health and hygiene as a nutritious meal, and this conviction led to the creation of our company.
Say Please Lunchbox Love For Kids offers so many different volumes to choose from. There are a total of 16 volumes. Each volume contains 10 cards with different phrases and fun facts, plus 2 blanks. Credit- card size plastic case fits easily into a pocket, purse or on a countertop – making it easy to grab and give. Also, offered holiday, for boys or girls, teens, loved ones, people you work with, and so much more from their site.
I was able to review the Volume 1 Say Please ~Lunchbox Love For Kids. The first day I used this my little girl came home and was in shock. She was like did you know that alligators can't stick out their tongue. I then said well what else, then she said oh I love you too. So, it was cute but I think she loved the facts more then anything. I even talked to my little girls teacher and she just loved them to death and thought they were extremely amazing and that this is a great way to tell you little one that you love them or say something nice, along with teaching them something. This would make a great Easter stuffer, stocking stuffer, or for anything gift really. One thing that I liked is how you can use them for a boy or a girl so you don't have to dig around and find one that is for the certain kid.website and each volume is $3.99. Also you can can get 10% off your next order if you use promo code LBLCMP.
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