No I got it thank you. It was not loading completely for some reason. I saved it on to my computer and it worked. Originally Posted by Allison: Originally Posted by jcm: Anybody else having problems opening the Teal Classroom Kit PDF? Hi, are you still having problems accessing it?
School is back in session! Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) has a lot of resources for parents and schools so you can keep children with food allergies safe. Many of the resources below come with printable PDFs you can use for reference or share. And you can find more articles, tips and tricks on our KFA school resources page.
4 Ways to #KeepItTeal for Halloween Do you want to make Halloween safer for children with food allergies? Share #KeepItTeal pumpkin posters and other safety tips from Kids With Food Allergies. Show your community that offering non-food treats is a...
Hi! Our son has severe peanut and tree nut allergies, along with meds: penicillin and Bactrim, and seasonal allergies. We've been managing them for ten years, but the worry is always there. Jen posted: Hi Amy, Welcome to KFA. I love how you're raising awareness in your classroom. What food allergies do you manage?
We've updated our Teal Classroom™ Kit! Learn more about raising food allergy awareness in the classroom and download your own copy . Did you know that 45% of severe allergic reactions in schools begin in the classroom? 1 About 20-25% of allergic reactions requiring epinephrine in schools occur without a prior history of food allergy. 2 Many schools are moving away from celebrating holidays with food in the classroom. If your school chooses to celebrate Halloween, partner with key school...
Hi & thank you! We found it at Walmart it was white so we painted it with outdoor craft paint. It's kind of funny when we purchased it we didn't realize it lighted up till we got it home ready to paint ..so bonus!
Many schools are moving away from celebrating holidays with food in the classroom. If your school chooses to celebrate the winter holidays, partner with key school staff and families to plan holiday festivities that are safer and more inclusive for everyone, including kids with food allergies.
Thanks for this piece!! I'm in search of any materials that help make ending the classroom birthday treat more palatable to parents & staff that are still undereducated when it comes to the reality of children living with life threatening allergies.
Do you need ideas to share with your child's teacher to encourage non-food rewards in the classroom? Many elementary schools are becoming more food allergy aware. An average U.S. classroom has two children with a food allergy. Using non-food rewards is healthier for everyone, not just those with food allergies. These ideas get a class up and moving after a job well done.
He looks so proud of his teal pumpkin -- as he should be! What food allergies do you guys manage? Swing by our forums and let us know what you guys will be doing for Halloween . P.S. I edited the title for you so that it would be a little easier to read -- hope you don't mind!
@K8sMom2002 I got the pumpkin from Michaels, then I bought decorative, ornate bats to place on it and ordered 1" vinyl mailbox letters off Amazon to use! I tried several other letters/stickers but they wouldn't stay. I almost did stencil & paint but this worked well and is reusable every year
Oh, my goodness! That is hands down the cutest teal pumpkin I've ever seen! What food allergies do you manage? There's lots of friendly "faces" over in the Main Support Forum to help you deal with food allergies!
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