6 reusable lunch boxes to organize your kid’s lunch before school starts

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As you’re checking off boxes and collecting supplies, be sure to add lunch boxes for kids to your list. As students go back to class, now it’s even more important that they have their own lunch to bring in from home.

The selection of lunch boxes for kids at Walmart is massive. There’s no shortage of cute and friendly-looking characters to give your little ones’ lunchpail some personality. Also, if you want to stay out of the store, you can sign up for Walmart+ to get your packages and the rest of your school supplies delivered straight to your door.

It’s surprising that there are so many lunch boxes for kids that keep lunches organized. For classic lunches like sandwiches and fruit, add this Expandable Hardbody Reusable Lunch Box to your cart. To keep other cold lunches fresh and fun before your child’s mid-day mealtime, store them in this Jojo Siwa You Glow Girl Soft Kit Insulated Lunch Box Cooler or this Baby Shark Dual Compartment Lunch Box Tote. Plus, for any messes, PatPat’s Waterproof Lunch Box will make cleanup easy while keeping your kids clutter-free before and after their meal is finished.

You know you’re going to send your kids back to school with something delicious. Ensure they stay that way with any of these trusty lunch boxes to keep them fresh and tasty.

1. Jojo Siwa You Glow Girl Soft Kit Insulated Lunch Box Cooler, $18.49

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TikTok star Jojo Siwa has her own collection of back-to-school products. Snag this You Glow Girl Lunch Box with insulation for the one in your life who’s wild about bows and Jojo.

2. Arctic Zone Expandable Hardbody Reusable Lunch Box with Microban® Protected Lining, $9.96

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Small but mighty, this Arctic Zone Expandable Hardbody Reusable Lunch Box compartmentalizes your food with a hard interior liner and an adjustable divider to separate drinks from soft foods. The insulation keeps food content cold for hours, and there’s an expandable front pocket for added space.

3. PatPat Functional Pattern Waterproof Lunch Box, $11.99

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Those who already have containers at home can pack their food away in PatPat’s Functional Pattern Waterproof Lunch Box. Simple and chic, send these gender-neutral lunchpails away with your middle or high schooler.

4. Bentgo Classic All-in-One Stackable Lunch Box Solution, $14.99

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Keep each portion of your kid’s lunch separated with this Bentgo Classic All-in-One Stackable Lunch Box Solution that’s equipped with a place for cutlery at the top of the lid. Though it’s not leak-proof, keep this baby in an upright position through travel and you can prevent potential spills.

5. Baby Shark Dual Compartment Lunch Box Tote, $12.95

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Whether you want to keep some foods hot or cold, this dual-compartment lunch tote lets you separate your child’s meals from their snacks. This insulated lunch box keeps things organized. Plus, your little one will love seeing their favorite sea creature character every day before school.

6. Arctic Zone Reusable Lunch Bag Plus with Microban Protected Lining, Black and White Aztec, $8.97

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If the student in your household is low on storage, this taller dual compartment Arctic Zone Reusable Lunch Bag will fit inside a school locker seamlessly. Separate hard and soft foods with the bottom compartment. When the cleanup time comes, the Microban interior prevents staining and bacteria from forming.

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