10 Fun and Useful Diabetes Printables

Make your life easier — and your child’s day brighter — with these handy projects.

 

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Award Stickers for Your Child’s Dia-versary

Help your child celebrate a year of living life to the fullest with type 1 diabetes.

 

 

The Dream Tree (outdoor)

The Dream Tree

Help your family share its wishes, hopes, and dreams — and mark the occasion when one comes true.

 

 

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Encouragement Stickers

Be brave like Piglet. Whistle with Jiminy Cricket. Let our cast of characters help cheer your child on.

 

 

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Food Labels
Easily keep track of the carb counts in bagged food, leftovers, and more with these adorable food labels.

 

 

 

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Recipe Cards

Mickey and Minnie help stir up success in the kitchen with these cute recipe cards, complete with carb and serving info.

 

 

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Weekly Meal Planner

Let this handy meal planner help you map out the week’s meals and snacks.

 

 

Printable Travel Packing Checklist

Holiday Travel Packing Checklist

Tick off the T1D essentials you’ll want to take for a trip of one night or more away from home.

 

 

Printable Doctor Visit Checklist

Checklist for Your Child’s Next Doctor Visit

Organize the info your doctor is likely to ask for along with the issues you’d like to bring up.

 

 

Color In Thank You Card

Color-In Thank-You Cards for Your Doctor and C.D.E.

Print out these cards and at your next appointment, have your child color them in — great waiting-room activity!

 

 

Printable Babysitter Info Sheet

Info Sheet for the Babysitter

Fill in the details of your child’s care routine and leave this as a reference for your sitter.

 

 

 

Disclaimer: The experiences and suggestions recounted in these articles are not intended as medical advice, and they are not necessarily the “typical” experiences of families with a child who has type 1 diabetes. These situations are unique to the families depicted. Families should check with their healthcare professionals regarding the treatment of type 1 diabetes and the frequency of blood glucose monitoring.

 

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