Tips to make your kitchen more kid friendly

Tips to make your kitchen more kid friendly

It's that time of the year where students head back to school. Professional organizer Andi Willis shares some lunch packing tips and tells us how we can make our kitchens more kid friendly.

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - It is that time of the year, back to school time! Professional organizer Andi Willis shares some lunch packing tips and tell us how we can  make our kitchens more kid friendly.

Willis said you should put the plates and cups that kids use in an accessible place, like a lower shelf, so they can get everything they need.

She also suggests making a basket of approved snacks for the kids to pull from when their hungry, such as crackers. You could also put a basket in the fridge with cold snacks, like grapes.

To help busy parents, Willis has a few tips when it comes to packing your kid's lunch. She said pack all of the non-perishable food early and make a container with all the per-packaged items. You can pull from that during the week when you are putting together your child's lunch.

For more tips or to connect with Willis, visit her website for more information..

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