What Do Kids Think About Allergies?
So what do kids really think of allergies? Check out this video and get a fun peek into the minds of kids to see how they perceive allergies and experience allergy symptoms.
VO: CHILDHOOD IS WHEN KIDS DISCOVER THE OUTSIDE WORLD.
VO: BY MAKING IT THEIR PLAYGROUND.
GABBY: I like to play with Hula-Hoops a lot because I’m good at it and I can spin around with them.
JOSEPH: I like to climb trees.
SOPHIA: I love bubbles. Because I like to pop them.
ASTHON: My favorite thing to do outside is basketball because I can dribble and shoot.
VO: But what happens when allergies get in the way?
JOSEPH: I can’t play outside.
GABBY: I was sneezing all day and I had to sleep in my bed.
BRADY: I stayed home from school.
VO: What are allergies, anyway?
ASHTON: It was like someone stuffed carrots up my nose and I can’t get them out.
BRADY: I’m drawing an eye. It has an allergy.
GABBY: Before I sneeze, I turn, and then, and then I hold like this, and I say, “Achoo!”
VO: And how do they make kids feel?
BRADY: I don’t get to see my friends.
GABBY: When I can’t play outside I feel bad.
VO: But when allergies aren’t holding them back…
VO: ….kids are unstoppable.
GABBY: Yay! For playing outside!
JOSEPH: Very happy.
GABBY: Pretty awesome.
SOPHIA: Bye, bye.