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10 Kids Lunch Boxes to Buy on Amazon

Lunchtime doesn't have to be boring with these finds.

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Dinosaur caseSuck UK via Amazon

For the Dino-Devotee

Let’s be honest—you really can’t get much cooler than this Dinosaur Case ($32) with a carrying strap tied around its jaw like a muzzle protecting other kiddos from being eaten alive. Your kid will definitely find lunchtime more fun every time this guy greets you with his toothy smile.

Fill it with one of these easy make-ahead school lunches.

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Lego Lunch Kit Bundle with Lunch Box and Water Bottle (Pink)Lego Lunchware via Amazon

For the Future Engineer

We fully support buying multiple of these LEGO Lunch Kits ($14) to work on skyscraper-building skills while munching on PB&Js. The lunch box brick, in either red or pink, comes with a matching water bottle that, of course, is topped with your classic LEGO person head and accompanying smirk.

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Zebrum Insulated Kids Lunch Box for SchoolZebrum via Amazon

For the Little Monster

Silly little monsters will definitely want a three-eyed lunch box. It’s complete with arms that may try to grab anyone who gets too close to your snack stash. This Zebrum Cute Cartoon Monster Insulated Lunch Box ($12) has dual compartments, so that yummy Pepperoni Pizza Baked Potato doesn’t have to meld with the carrot sticks.

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Skip Hop Zoo Kids Insulated Lunch BoxSkip Hop via Amazon

For the Aspiring Zoologist

Fact #1: Giraffes can run as fast as 35 miles an hour. Fact #2: This Jules Giraffe Insulated Lunch Box from Skip Hop ($15) is incredible cute—and perfect for the animal lover in your life. The brand also offers other animals, like Ferguson Fox and Hudson Hedgehog.

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Stormtrooper lunch boxUnknown via Amazon

For the Star Wars Fan

Defending the Galactic Empire—or fruit snacks—is taken care of with this intimidating Stormtrooper 3D Lunch Box ($20) that comes with a matching water bottle. Because even the toughest of stormtroopers needs to stay hydrated at all times.

Wondering what to pack? Take a look at our favorite lunch box ideas!

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Leakproof Bento Lunch Box for KidsFIOLOM via Amazon

For the Picky Eater

If your kid won’t touch the sandwich that’s touched the veggies sticks, this Leakproof Bento Lunch Box ($16) with a cute ocean theme is the solution. Each of the five compartments can hold a different treat and it comes with a space for a spoon and fork (or, if you want to adhere to tradition of the Bento, chopsticks).

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Daniel Tiger Soft Dual Compartment Lunch BoxDaniel Tiger via Amazon

For the Good Neighbor

It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood with this Daniel Tiger Soft Lunch Box ($17) complete with ears. Because every lunch box needs ears. The divided compartments will keep all the lunch goodies separate, leaving you saying, “Ugga mugga!”

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Fairy Unicorn Lunchbag with Detatchable Strap & Drinks HolderFloss & Rock via Amazon

For the Girly Girl

Sweet, cute and colorful, this Fairy Unicorn Lunchbag ($24) is emblazoned with all the favorites—fairies, ballet shoes, a castle, polka dots and, of course, a unicorn. Even the zipper pull is our favorite mythical creature. There is a detachable shoulder strap and a drink holder as well.

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TACOCAT Kitty Cat New Design Lunchboxes With Zipper And Adjustable Crossbody StrapKBMN via Amazon

For the Class Comedian

This TACOCAT Lunchbox ($10) has opened our eyes. Did you know tacocat spelled backwards is…tacocat? Everyone will know that once you start bringing your tacos from home in this super cool soft-sided bag with a crossbody strap.

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Nintendo Classic Gameboy Insulated Lunch BoxBioworld via Amazon

For the Retro Gamer

This Nintenedo Classic Gameboy Lunch Box ($19) screams ’90s nostalgia. When a kid asks you what it is, you can school them on how video games first went handheld some three decades ago and we wouldn’t be where we are today without Bill and Ted’s Excellent Game Boy Adventure.

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Amanda Kippert
Amanda Kippert has been an award-winning freelance journalist for nearly two decades. She is based in Tucson, Arizona and specializes in food, health, fitness, parenting and humor, as well as social issues. She is the content editor of the domestic violence nonprofit DomesticShelters.org.
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