Stuff like, "Have a good day", and "I can't wait to see you."
And LUNCHBOX LETTERS helps me do it (you can find it on Amazon).
Each page in this helpful book has tear-off sheets with different headers like: "I'm Sorry", "Almost The Weekend", "Happy Birthday", "You're A Terrific Kid", "Miss You", etc. and then spaces for you to leave your own message.
Oh, and fun riddles are included at the bottom: "What do ducks eat for lunch?" "Cheese and quackers." :D
My six-year-old loves the notes and saves every one.
Except, he was made fun of for getting a note from his "mommy" last week (in first grade?!), so I know my days are numbered. *sigh*
But my very big boy told the teaser boy that he wasn't being nice. And that he was just jealous that his mom didn't write him notes (score one for the home team)! Little did he know how close to the truth he probably was. Bullies deal with their own issues too!
HAVE A GREAT DAY!
P.S. Go check out (my CP) KATE WALTON'S book cover HERE! SO happy for her!