This resource from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology has games, puzzles, videos and more to help young people learn about managing allergies and asthma.
This web-based game for children between the ages of 5 to 10 and their parents provides information and resources on asthma.
These resources from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention include fun facts, games and learning activities that are easy to do at home or in the classroom, whether you are a child, childcare provider, parent, or teacher.
A game for children on lung health from PBS Kids.
Sesame Street Workshop developed the project to help children with asthma lead fun and active lives. The resources are geared toward both children and adults, showing children with asthma what to do when they have trouble breathing, and explaining to the adults in their lives what they can do to help. The materials encourage parents and caregivers to work with their child and their doctor in ensuring that their child maintains an active lifestyle.
A program from the Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America designed to help health professionals who educate parents of children under age 7 learn to manage asthma. This flexible curriculum was created for educating parents one-on-one during a home visit or with a group of parents from the same child care center. Program materials include 7 one-hour lessons on key asthma management topics, an asthma trigger checklist for the home, an asthma trigger checklist for a child care center, and an instructor’s guide.