Free Printable Immunization Waiver Forms for School

Each U.S. state has its own laws regarding school immunizations and vaccine requirements. But parents have the right to waive immunizations and vaccines for their children. Schools cannot keep your child out if you refuse to immunize. Here are free printable vaccination waiver forms. has compiled links to free printable school immunization waiver forms on a state by state basis. Some forms are printed in other languages to help families of different ethnic backgrounds.

Why waive child immunizations? For one thing, the term 'immunization' is a misnomer. The correct term is vaccine. A matter of semantics? No. To refer to a vaccine as an immunization gives the impression that the child is protected carte blanche from getting whatever disease he is being immunized against. This is not the case. First of all, a vaccine simply puts the virus into the child's body. It the vaccine uses a dead virus, the potency is often in question. If the vaccine administers a dose of the live virus into the child's body, there are many more health risks.Some vaccines are used to treat extinct diseases, which simply perpetuates a disease that was eradicated ages ago.

However, my purpose persuade or dissuade parents from vaccinating their children. That is a personal family matter that each parent must decide upon for themselves. What I want to make clear is that you have the right as a parent to decide without fear of impunity from schools. Your child may not be allowed, by private organizations, to participate in activities without being vaccinated. Our daughter couldn't volunteer as a hospital candy striper without having certain shots. But p
ublic institutions like schools can't discriminate.

You will be discouraged, most likely, by your local school and health department for choosing to waive immunizations. Schools, doctors offices, medical centers and health departments rarely provide resources for parents to sign and print vaccination waiver forms. So I share these links.

Free Printable American Themed Crafts for Patriotic Holidays

Family Fun is a well-named magazine. Cover to cover each issue of family fun is loaded with recipes, games, crafts, activities and printables. Here is a list of free printable patriotic and all-American themed craft activities from Family Fun at Spoonful.

Begin here at the Printables home page. Why? Because Spoonful is well laid out and organized, but if I began by linking you to individual activities, you may miss out on the wealth of other crafts with similar themes.

For example, on the home page you'll find a link to '36 Cool Summer Crafts' and 'Best Ever Birthday Parties'. Some of the all-American patriotic crafts will show up on these types of pages, also.

Click to go to the Holidays printables pages. On the 'Holidays' menu, look for Patriotic and click it. On this page, you will find a free printable patriotic door hanger craft, 4th of July patriotic streamers and pins, All-American Word Scramble, Fabulous 4th of July fan, several fireworks and parade coloring pages and connect the dots activities, patriotic flag stickers, paper airplane, patriotic pinwheel, patriotic matching game, baseball glove craft. patriotic photo frame and how to draw a star patterns.

One thing about Spoonful is that the free printable activities are cross-referenced in several categories. Any parent, teacher or homeschooler really should just sit down and explore all the free activities. Free printables are cross-referenced by kind of activity: game, cut and paste, puzzle, paper crafts.

 And don't let the fact that these crafts are labeled 4th of July stop you. Use Free Printable Holiday.
crafts for any patriotic holiday or just for every day all American craft fun. For more holiday printables, visit me at

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