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May is Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month

Fun Ways to Teach Kids About Asthma

Young children with asthma may not always understand what it is and what's going on when they have symptoms. However, teaching your child about asthma at a young age can help them communicate better with you, teachers, and other caregivers when they do have symptoms. This will also help prepare them for selfcare as they get older.

Here are some resources specially created to teach young children about asthma. These sources have games, printable activity sheets, videos with fun characters, comics and more:

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For further information about teaching your child about asthma, access the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America at: https://community.aafa.org/blog/9-ways-to-teach-children-about-asthma

For a kid friendly video about understanding Asthma click here: https://youtu.be/Et_alsghel8

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