Lunchbox notes are a super cute way to slip something special into your child’s lunch for the day. Why not make them inspirational, too? The National Day of Prayer is coming up on 5/7/15, but, if you’re like me, then you know prayer shouldn’t just be a one-day deal. The National Day of Prayer can also be a great way to jump start your child’s prayer life, especially if they are younger. All of my kids are younger, and praying isn’t something that is necessarily on the forefront of their mind at every meal. With these Printable Inspirational Lunchbox Notes that are designed specifically for small kids, even children with minimal reading skills can still have a cute little lunchbox note that reminds them to pray and that they are special to God!Print one or all of these off in time to use for the National Day of Prayer. A special thanks to Family Christian Stores for inspiring today’s printables for the National Day of Prayer!
I’ve created five printable inspirational lunchbox notes. Two of them are geared specifically towards prayer, and the other three are inspirational! To download and print all five, right click on the image below and download it to your computer. Print it as you would any other image, and then cut the notes out.
I recommend printing these on a card stock material. Regular printing paper can bend too easily.
To print the lunchbox notes off individually, right click on each separate image below that you want. Save each one to your computer, then print and cut out.
If you’re lucky enough to have access to a laminating machine, print these out once, and then laminate them so that you can use them over and over again.
What is the National Day of Prayer? According to the official National Day of Prayer website, the day was first created in 1952 as a significant date for American citizens to join together and lift up prayers for our country and leaders. It is held the first Thursday of every May. You may find folks attending a special prayer-filled church service or banding together around a flagpole, but regardless of the whereabouts, the intentions are still the same: to bring a united voice of prayer to our God.