A week before your first Lunchbox breakfast meeting, introduce the children to the event and what they will be asked to do. At the first meeting, the teacher should provide food and drink from their country as an introduction. The children will need to introduce themselves, the language that is spoken at home, and their favorite breakfast food from their country. At the following meeting, invite the children to bring a dish to share. They will need the assistance of their family to come up with a dish for the class. Ask them to share their taste in food so they can get to know each other. Encourage that the parents create a list of ingredients, due to possible allergies and diverse food choices. Isn’t this a lovely way to connect?