One of the advantages of Bob being home educated is that education can take any form we want it too. Education is about more than the three R's. So today I decided to take Bob off and do some fun education, I decided we were going orienteering. One of the local parks offers this as a self lead activity. So we went along today to find out more about it. I was slightly disappointed that we did not need a compass but rather it was done with a map of the park with circles on the map showing us where the markers were that we were looking for along with a short description too help us find them. So anyway we set off with our map, two cameras, a GPS machine, a butterfly net, a bug viewer, a juice drink #CollectiveBias and a snack.
So due to the time that we got there we decided to have lunch first. We had various lunch box ideas as to what we were going to bring, despite the allergy issues there are many suitable foods out there. As usual Bob's food is wheat/gluten/egg/dairy/nut free. There is no swapping food with him. We also brought a packet of plain crisps but we are keeping them for snack as we walk round.
Part of Bob's packed lunch was Capri Sun Fruit Crush which I picked up in my local Tesco. I like Tesco, the aisles are wide, the shelves usually well stocked, the prices good and the variety of product never disappoints, especially with their allergy free range.
At the moment Tesco have a Capri Sun related competition on their website, that involves buying a ten pack of Capri Sun, you can find out more here. Terms and conditions apply.
Capri Sun is a healthy addition to any packed lunch box, whether that be for at school, after school, or family picnics. The cartons are a good size, and each comes complete with a straw for ease of use. Why not pop them into the freezer for a while before you add them to the lunch box? It will help to keep the rest of your lunch cold, but should be drinkable time you need it.