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Re: Multitasking Liam

cheymom ·
He is adorable! Welcome to KFA! We hope you will join us over on the Support Forums. https://community.kidswithfoodallergies.org/forums
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Re: Multitasking Liam

Liz Murphy ·
Thanks! Will do!
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Re: Multitasking Liam

EAH123 ·
He's adorable!!
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Re: Multitasking Liam

Liz Murphy ·
Awe, thanks! He's such a little monkey!
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Re: Multitasking Liam

LILOsmommy ·
Aww! How cute :-)
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Re: Our 1st Teal Pumpkin & 1st Homemade costume

Kathy P ·
Great job on the pumpkin and the costume!
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Watch for Food Allergens in Your Kid's Summertime Arts and Crafts Activities

Kids With Food Allergies ·
Play-Doh® is a great way to entertain kids at home and at summer programs. But Play-Doh® and other commercial and homemade modeling doughs contain wheat, one of the top 8 foods that cause allergic reactions. You can make wheat-free play dough at home so you can make sure it doesn’t contain any of your child’s food allergens. Here are some alternative recipes for Play-Doh®.
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Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

Kids With Food Allergies ·
According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, “Food used in lesson plans for math or science, crafts, and cooking classes may need to be substituted depending on the allergies of the students.” The guide below...
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

LSK ·
Thanks! This a super helpful resource for both personal use and to be able to hand out copies to schools.
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

maureen123 ·
Wow, what a great list! I will add it to the paperwork I give out to teachers at our meeting before school starts. I have also found potting soil with lobster shells in it- who knew?
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

Kate ·
Nice list. However, as a mom of a child with a soy allergy, the recipes should note that most margarines and "vegetable" oils today contain soy, which should be taken in to account if the child in question has a soy allergy.
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

Samuriah ·
Thank you for including the recipes. I can't wait to share this!
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

cheymom ·
Hi samuriah! Welcome to KFA! We are glad you found us. Be sure and join us over on the Babies, Toddlers & Preschoolers forum. You will find loads of advice & support. Here is the link: http://community.kidswithfooda...oddlers_preschoolers Are you looking for recipes? There are a bunch of recipes here: http://community.kidswithfooda...od-nutrition-recipes and here: http://www.kidswithfoodallergi...allergy_recipes.html Let us know if you are looking for anything specific!
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

welchmane ·
Great resource for teachers! Things that the average person would not think about.
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

Melanie P ·
Wow! This is great! I will be sharing this with my children's school and our church's children's ministry team. Thank you for gathering this information.
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

Sharon Smith ·
Hello, I am new to the group and I am helping my little girl who is 6 yrs old. Who has allergies to the following Eggs-Cow Milk- Soy-Wheat. does anybody have any suggestions about what bread she may have and where to find this! Thank You!! Sharon
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

cheymom ·
Sharon! We are glad you found us!! You will find more suggestions for bread on our forums. I posted your question on our main support forum so you can find more suggestions. Here is a link to the post. Feel free to post and introduce yourself. http://community.kidswithfooda...eggs-milk-andamp-soy I believe EnerG makes bread free of your dd's allergens. I have heard good things about the tapioca bread & the rice bread. Melanie
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

Jen ·
Welcome Sharon. . You might also like our food & cooking forum.
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

SavaayMOM ·
May I post this guide on my blog or would you prefer I post the link? I want to spread the word about your organization as well as inform people directly because I have met so many people who seem to feel as if they have to reinvent the wheel of resources. Thank you for creating these lists.
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

Kathy P ·
It's best to post a link back to the one here. That way the latest version will always be available. Thanks for wanting to share it!
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

JWalker2 ·
I am a teacher and have NEVER thought about this until now. My 20 month old has severe egg allergies so researching allergy information has become my new habit. I have printed this list and will share it with his teachers and keep one for my own classroom.
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

cheymom ·
Welcome JWalker2! We are glad you found us. This list is a great thing for teachers. I always share a copy with my son's teachers and I supply a copy for his 504 plan. Teachers are always amazed at the places where food can hide! Be sure and join us over on the Babies, Toddlers & Preschoolers forum. http://community.kidswithfooda...oddlers_preschoolers
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Re: Potential Food Allergens in Preschool, School, Camp Crafts and Activities

SavaayMOM ·
This post and all the comments are one of the reasons that KFA has been voted as a TopRated Nonprofit. We are so fortunate for all that you provide and I endeavor to spread the word to help all families with food allergies. We are in this together. Already airlines have made changes since we flew to CA last summer - Delta was quite accommodating to let up pre-board and wipe down our seating area but United gave us a slight hassle until I spoke with a supervisor. It is heartening to learn...
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Re: My AllergyKid playing Pie Face (Allergy Free)

K8sMom2002 ·
That is very cool! What did you use for the whipped cream? You can find more tips and tricks about managing food allergies in KFA's School Age Kids, Tweens and Teens forums .
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Re: My AllergyKid playing Pie Face (Allergy Free)

Lynell ·
@K8sMom2002 I used So Delicious Dairy Free Soy Vanilla Ice Cream. He is dairy allergic too.
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Re: My AllergyKid playing Pie Face (Allergy Free)

kandicejo ·
So fun! This game was a hit at my niece's birthday party.
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Multitasking Liam

Liz Murphy ·
Multitasking Liam
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