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Non-food Valentines for the Classroom

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Valentine's Day parties at school are coming and chances are there is at least one child in the school with a food allergy that can lead to anaphylaxis, a life-threatening reaction. It's really popular to make cute and clever Valentine's for kids to take to school for their friends, most often with candy attached. This would be a great year to make fun Valentine's that don't involve food, even if your school has no food restriction requirements. There are tons of adorable and creative things to do this Valentine's Day.

Take a look at these blogs for great ideas for sweet Valentines that don't include food:

Teach your child about empathy and compassion this Valentine's Day, by caring for their classmates that may have food allergies or other health ailments that makes food not-so-fun.

For more information about how you can support families impacted by life-threatening allergies, contact Anaphylaxis HQ.



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