Question: Ice Pack?
Total Votes: 48
I teach preschool and I can't tell you how tired I am of opening up lunch boxes and seeing food, that is supposed to be cold, luke warm. The smell of the lunch box overpowers all. It's icky. Cheese sticks, (ham/turkey/cheese/pbANDJ sandwiches, yogurt, etc) are SUPPOSED to be cold, not luke warm. Most of the kids will not eat them if they are not cold. It is disgusting.
I just don't get how hard it is to throw in an ice pack in their lunchbox. For me, we throw in a few of those baby teethers. We freeze the baby teethers they used as infants and I use them as ice packs it works perfect because I can place the teether on top of the stuff that is supposed to be cold.
Do you send an ice pack in your child's lunch box?