You won’t believe the kindergarten teacher’s problem with eating kids

Do you see what’s ‘wrong’ with this lunch box? You won’t believe the problem a kindergarten teacher had with kids’ food choices

  • A mom shared her shock when she was told to simplify her daughter’s lunch
  • Mother said her daughter’s kindergarten teacher said other kids were jealous
  • She packs her daughter’s leftovers, fresh fruits and vegetables in a bento box


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A mother is speechless after teachers told her to “simplify” her daughter’s lunches because other kids became jealous of the tasty selection.

The mother shared a post showing her lunches online, explaining that her daughter, who is in kindergarten, is sent to school with leftovers, vegetables, fruit and yogurt.

She now struggles to come up with “simple” ideas that will satisfy her daughter without further irritating her teachers.

A mother is speechless after teachers told her to 'simplify' her daughter's lunches because other kids got jealous

A mother is speechless after teachers told her to ‘simplify’ her daughter’s lunches because other kids got jealous

The mother shared a post showing her lunches online, explaining that her daughter, who is in kindergarten, is sent to school with leftovers, vegetables, fruit and yogurt.

The mother shared a post showing her lunches online, explaining that her daughter, who is in kindergarten, is sent to school with leftovers, vegetables, fruit and yogurt.

The mother shared a post showing her lunches online, explaining that her daughter, who is in kindergarten, is sent to school with leftovers, vegetables, fruit and yogurt.

“I see some mamas sending lobster and seafood and really nice, nice lunches. I think her teacher would almost have a heart attack if I did that,’ she laughed.

She also explained that she usually didn’t pay much attention to what she packed, but instead just used up whatever she had on hand.

The post attracted more than 1,400 comments, urging the mother to keep up the good work.

Those lunches look great and super kindergarten appropriate. Why feed your daughter less of what she likes, just because other parents don’t bring a good lunch,” said one woman.

‘I only see healthy ready meals. You don’t even cut the fruits and vegetables into special shapes lol. That teacher needs to calm down.’

‘They seem to be balanced, varied meals. And she eats them, which means you shouldn’t change anything,” said another.

Others said they felt the teacher was trying to solve the wrong part of the problem.

The mom said she doesn't actively think about what to pack - instead she uses what's on hand

The mom said she doesn't actively think about what to pack - instead she uses what's on hand

The mom said she doesn’t actively think about what to pack – instead she uses what’s on hand

‘This seems to be a learning moment for the teacher. She can teach the children how to respond positively when they are jealous of something someone else has. This is certainly not your problem,” said one mother.

Some mothers said they wish their children would eat such healthy meals at school and not have to worry about the jealousy.

Just because I’m making my daughter a ham sandwich doesn’t mean it’s made with less love than this meal. But I would love it if my daughter saw someone eat such a lunch and asked me to make it,” said one mother.

Other moms told her not to worry about the jealous kids in class

Other moms told her not to worry about the jealous kids in class

Other moms told her not to worry about the jealous kids in class

The woman eventually came to the conclusion that she would continue to ship the lunch boxes the same way.

“She loves them as they are. She clears the tray and tells me she ‘broke it,’ she said.

Most agreed that the lunches were not ‘too fancy’ for the class and found the teacher’s request ‘rude’.

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