When school is out for the summer, your child’s learning adventure does not have to stop.
As you develop a daily routine with your child, be sure to include health and wellness as part of your learning “curriculum.” Allergy & Asthma Network is pleased to offer learning resources – our Breatherville puzzles from Allergy & Asthma Today magazine, reading resources and children’s books in our online store. We have something fun and engaging for all kiddos!
Download and print out our children’s page from our magazine…
Inspirational Stories — For Children, By Children
- Meet Savion Johnson — An Everyday Hero With Asthma
- Girl Scout Authors Food Allergy Coloring Book
- Living with Food Allergies — And Overcoming Anxiety
- Teen Life With Asthma — a blog written by a teenager with severe asthma
Ready for order in our Online Store
Asthma Is Not Stopping Me: Featuring Fabulous Me, Piper Lee
By Tolya Thompson
Piper Lee is off and running — keeping her asthma triggers away, so she can breathe easy every day. The latest entry in the Piper Lee book series, this is a wonderful educational tool for elementary school children.
Fabulous Me, Piper Lee and the Peanut Butter Itch
By Tolya Thompson
Wide-eyed, cheerful Piper Lee loves peanut butter, but a little taste turns into an allergic reaction – and an important lesson on avoiding food allergens and getting prompt treatment. Great educational tool for elementary-school-age children.
Peter’s Perfect Pipes
By Jaime Mahaffey and Kristy High
Peter is an active boy but one day he starts to have trouble breathing and can’t figure out why. He soon is diagnosed with asthma. With the help of an old friend and two new friends – an inhaler named Piper and his sidekick, a valved holding chamber named Aerial – Peter learns how his medications work, how to use them correctly and how to manage his asthma.
Your Daily Routine
Need help developing and maintaining an at-home routine for your family? Here’s a helpful infographic from Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Resources For Parents
• National Association of School Psychologists — Helping Children Cope With Changes Resulting from COVID-19
• U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — Talking With Children About the Coronavirus