Packing a Field Trip Aprroved Snack #ad #BetterInASnap @rubbermaid

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Ruubbermaid through their partnership with POPSUGAR. While I was compensated by POPSUGAR to write a post about LunchBlox, all opinions are my own

Ever since I was pregnant with Mary, I always knew I would homeschool her. It’s been a dream of mine since day one, and I am proud to say that I’ve been able to homeschool her all the way now. This year she will be going into 2nd grade, and I can’t believe how the time has flown!

One misconception, though, about homeschoolers is that they don’t get supplies or clothes when school starts again because they are at home. Yes, we do “homeschool”, but most of our learning is done outside of the home. We travel to different places, explore new things and find new ways to learn together. I don’t believe in strictly book learning, so most of our learning is done by actually doing something.

So since Mary and I are always on the run all year long, of course she gets new clothes, supplies and even lunch items! Packed lunches are always a must for field trips! And since we take about 2-3 field trips per week during the school year, we need packed lunches often!

Recently we have been able to check out Rubbermaid’s LunchBlox set, and these are amazing for packing a lunch or snack, especially for on the go. You have 2 smaller containers, a large container and an ice pack which all sit on top of each other. That way you can be on the go and know that everything is still fresh. Plus it makes it super easy to pack something quick and easy for a homeschool field trip too.

Overall our field trip snacks and lunches have been great with the ease of Rubbermaid LunchBlox. I’ve tried many things like snacks and also lunches. Our personal favorites are snacks because they are easy as quick treats before going home. Plus, there are so many different ways you can pack a lunch too. Other than sandwiches, you can easily put finger foods and a drink pack in the large container like I do.

What are some fun lunches you’ve made for your kids?