Reviews & shopping Best Buys Ready for school 10 of the best school lunchboxes for kids Top lunchbox options that are (hopefully) too cute for your child to leave behind... 1 of Ad break Katarina Frog Lunch BagBeatrix NY offers this too-cute-for-school frog design - as well as several others. It comes with the main zip pounch, and an extra zip at the back, too. What it costs: £23, from Peanut & Pip Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Hungry Jungle Spider Lunch BagThis spider bag has a comfy handle and an over-the-shoulder strap so it's easy to carry - plus, don't forget to tell your little one to write their name on the card inside! What it costs: £11.99, from Lunchbag Land Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Kidly Bento Snail Lunch BoxFull of removable compartments, this is a great option for parents who want to ensure their child's eating little bits of everything... What it costs: £20, from Kidly Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner LEGO LunchboxIs it a giant LEGO brick? Is it a lunchbox, too? Yes, and yes! In fact, this bright yellow showstopper is THE lunchbox for any budding LEGO obsessives. What it costs: £8, from Royal Design Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Blafre Tractor LunchboxSlowly cruise on over to the dining hall with these tractor lunchboxes! These smart and stylish lunch boxes come in grey, blue, red and green. They're made of plastic, designed to withstand huge variations in temperature and are dishwasher friendly. Also, rest assured your child's lunch is in safe hands - the Norweigan brand's designers are both parents themselves 😍 What it costs: £19, from Shak Shuka Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Lunch Bot - The Robot LunchboxCan you say retro? 🤖🤖🤖 This funky tin/PVC lunchbox comes with a handle and has plenty of space for all your child's lunch essentials. And any sweet treats you feel like popping in there. Lunch Bot won't tell if you don't 😉 What it costs: £12.99, from Find Me A Gift Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Personalised Pattern LunchboxThere'll be no confusing with this lunchbox as it will have your child's name will be proudly printed on the front. Ideal for packed lunches and school trips, this box comes in 10 different styles for boys and girls - owl, ice cream, car, butterfly, apple, bike, flower, cat, elephant or doll. What it costs: £16, from Not On The High Street Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Skip Hop Zoo Lunchie FoxAlong with the unicorn set, Skip Hop's latest animal added to the zoo also comes as a sweet lunchie. It's insulated with a wipe-clean interior and a mesh pocket for an ice pack to keep sandwiches cool and fresh. There are a number of animal designs to choose from, including an elephant and zebra. What it costs: £12, from Dotty Hippo Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Continue slideshow > Periodic Table LunchboxGive your budding scientist some brain food at lunchtime with this Periodic Table lunchbox. They might not eat all htheir greens, but they're sure to know all the chemical elements. Just give it some time... What it costs: £4.95, from Dot Com Gift Shop Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner Personalised Colourful Giraffe LunchboxThis simple lunchbox is pretty no nonsense. It's got a container, a lid with a funky giraffe pattern on top, and the opportunity to have your child's name personalised. Simple, really... What it costs: £12.37, from I Just Love It Read more: 10 of the best pencil cases for school Your guide to buying school shoes for the 1st time 10 of the best school bags and backpacks Compare deals from top retailers MadeForMums Preferred Partner By Elizabeth Atkin Last updated on 7 August 2017 Comments Latest on MadeForMums 'Eating your placenta borders on cannibalism,' says top doc Ferne McCann: ‘I don’t want to be labelled as a single mum’ Beautiful women have baby girls, says new study What does the term 'mumbod' mean to you?