Parents Toolkit — Spanish
You can download, print, and share the materials in this toolkit however you like.
This toolkit contains communications materials for organizations and individuals who want to help increase parents’ and guardians’ confidence in and uptake of COVID-19 vaccines for their children.
These materials convey information from CDC that has been tailored for parents and guardians of children by the HHS COVID-19 Public Education Campaign.
Answers to frequently asked questions, talking points, tips, and other science-based information about COVID-19 and the vaccines to use in your conversations and share in-person and through direct mailings, newsletters, emails, and social media accounts.
Facts About COVID-19 and the Vaccines — Spanish
Facts about vaccine safety, side effects, effectiveness, variants, cost, and availability.
Frequently Asked Questions From Parents/Guardians About COVID-19 and the Vaccines — Spanish
Answers to the top questions frequently asked by parents/guardians about COVID-19 and the vaccines.
How to Talk About COVID-19 Vaccines With Family and Friends — Spanish
Tips on having open and productive conversations about COVID-19 vaccines with people you know.
Posters & Flyers
Materials that combine text and graphics, optimized for printing and either posting or handing out.
Why Your Child Needs to Stay Up to Date With Their COVID Vaccine — Spanish
Flyer for parents and guardians that explains why children need to stay up to date with their COVID vaccine.
Protect Your Child From Getting Very Sick With COVID — Spanish
Poster to print and display to promote the availability of vaccines for children as young as 6 months.
Make Vaccine Shots Less Stressful and Painful for Your Child — Spanish
Infographic for parents and caregivers with tips on comforting their child before, during, and after their vaccine shot.
Text, images, and animations, optimized to share on your social media accounts, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Social Media Graphic Posts for Parents — Spanish
Social media messages encouraging parents to vaccinate their children.