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08/03/2010
...our favorite tips to help parents and caregivers with food allergy kiddos plan an allergy-safe play date. Keep in mind these tips can be used for both older and younger children. Make play date cards. A play date card is a card you give to the adult in charge of a play date with important information. There are tons of choices of templates for play date cards on the market. For children with allergies or...
09/09/2008
...the play area. Socializing equals food so when your little one gets invited to a play date, you can count on snacks, drinks and possibly some anxiety on your part. Let’s look at some of the variables and how you can make your child’s next outing a safe one. Consider calling the hostess ahead of time to ask if you can bring the snack so that your child will be safe. Bring a safe, labeled...
Hosting a Safe Playdate: Tips for Parents Whose Children Have Friends with Food Allergies
10/11/2017
...food allergies. Follow these steps to keep your guest safe. Prior to the play date, arrange for the child’s parents to pack enough safe foods for the time they will spend at your house. Let them know if you plan to have a certain food so that they can provide an allergy-free alternative for their child and nobody feels left out. The most important thing is to only give the child the food that their...
11/19/2014
...classroom during ‘Show and Tell’ – a great way to share an important concept with the full classroom? Or children can share it with a friend when asked about why certain foods are ‘off-limits.’ Other parents might appreciate having a video to show their family before your little one comes over for a play date or a sleepover! We’ve shared some of our favorite ideas for how you can help your little one to explain...
02/11/2017
...it easiest to institute a “cards only” rule if valentines are exchanged. A Valentine’s Day party can be great without the snacks by involving fun games or crafts. You could also keep the food and ensure it’s safe by purchasing or preparing snacks yourself that you know are okay and instituting a “no treats” rule for parents. If you’re a parent who’s hosting a get-together for some of your child’s playmates, it’s best to ask...
   
 
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