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Breast Cancer Awareness for Kids: Printable Math and Literacy Activities

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Check out this “Think Pink” freebie from Sweet Integrations. It includes pink-themed activities like Piggy Bank, Strawberry Ice Cream Addition, Place Value Selfies, and more! Whether breast cancer has impacted your kids’ life from a friend or a family member, or not at all, it’s important to start a conversation about this disease. What happens to someone who is diagnosed with breast cancer? What are healthy choices to prevent your kids from getting breast cancer?

Breast Cancer Awareness for Kids Math and Literacy Activities

Breast Cancer Awareness for Kids


Get tips from a mom on having a conversation about breast cancer with kids here: How to Talks to Kids About Breast Cancer. Susan G. Komen is another amazing resource that organizes fundraises and raises awareness about breast cancer. There are countless stories from survivors on the Susan G. Komen website. Let these stories inspire you and your children!

If you need reading resources about kids and cancer, especially breast cancer, you can read The Lemonade Club by Patricia Polacco, and Mom Goes To War by Irene Aparici Martín. These are excellent books about kids that helping friends and mothers battling cancer.

How do you talk to your children about breast cancer? Are they aware of the disease and its impact? Tell us in the comments!

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3 Comment

  1. David Fultner
    October 27, 2015 at 9:59 pm

    Wow kids learning about this so early. I guess it better this way.

  2. Natalie Brown
    November 3, 2015 at 4:27 pm

    So many women are affected by this disease that I’m thinking there’s probably not many children directly impacted. This is such an awesome resource for talking to children about this important topic. Thank-you for the helpful & fun activities too. 🙂

  3. Betsy Rubendall Barnes
    November 6, 2015 at 6:56 pm

    This is a great way to help children learn about breast cancer awareness. When my son was a child, it was difficult explaining about his Grandfather’s battle with cancer. I did use some online sites to guide him. 🙂

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