Food Allergy Lunch Time Tips

Safe lunchtime with Food Allergy Tips

Food Allergy Lunch Time Tips Make sure your child washes their hands before they eat. Before school starts, if you are able, to walk around the building and point out the bathrooms and show them which are closest to the cafeteria.  Plan the best seating arrangement for your child. If your school has a peanut or nut free table (and that is where your child …

Free Printable Nut Free School Signs

free printable nut free signs

Free Printable Nut Free School Signs Some schools are completely nut free while others have designated areas that are free from peanuts or nuts. Sometimes that area is just one table in the cafeteria. We have designed a few free printables for download for use at school or daycare. Click the images below to download and print out these FREE printable signs for your nut …

Bumble Bee Food Allergy Coloring Pages

free printable allergy alert coloring pages

Free Printable Coloring Pages I have to “BEE” careful, bumble bee food allergy coloring pages. Cute bumble bee design on pages declaring “I have to bee careful”. Kids can color the pages and list their allergens.    Bumble Bee Food Allergy Coloring Pages Click on the links below to download three different coloring pages. Cute little bumblebee flying around in flowers and grass. For more food …

Food Allergy Shark Coloring Pages

Free Printable with Shark Theme. Kids with food allergies need to learn early that there are certain foods that are not safe for them to eat. Talking about allergies and learning to spell and recognize their allergens is a great way to practice for label reading. Kids can have fun with coloring pages with cute shark designs while parents and caregivers talk to them about …

Allergic Reactions Described

Kids vs Health Care Professionals Kids, especially young children, might not easily describe the feelings they are having during an allergic reaction. Health care professionals may have explained to parents the symptoms to look for: hives, vomiting, chest pain, difficulty swallowing etc. Kids on the other hand my describe things very differently. See the graphics below representing allergic reactions described by kids and share them …