This section is devoted to the younger's kids.  These links will hopefully provide a much needed distraction and easy to understand information on what they are going through.
  • The Adventures of Captain Chemo
    Captain Chemo’s Adventures! Interactive online games, quizzes and coloring objects for young kids.

  • Kids Cancer Network
    In 1992, young cancer survivor Kenon Neal founded Kids Cancer Network to provide "a dose of hopeTM" for kids and their families isolated by the rigors of childhood cancer treatment. This site contains games and coloring projects among many other activities!

  • Chemo to the Rescue
    A children’s book on Leukemia. Caitlin was diagnosed with Leukemia when she was 5 years old, this colorful online book was written by Caitlin and her mom during her many trips to the hospital to help other children understand the complexities of the illness and to give them hope and strength!

  • Peanut Butter & Spinach on Wheat Toast
    This is an online illustrated story about a young boy fighting cancer.

  • Blood Counts for Kids
    Blood Counts pictures and information for children with Cancer.

  • American Brain Tumor Association The Cancer Game
    A side-scrolling, arcade-style, cancer-fighting video game.

  • MD Anderson Children's Cancer Hospital
    MD Andersons page for kids fighting cancer.

  • Bandaids & Blackboards
    This is a site about growing up with cancer and other medical problems. Its goal is to help people understand what it's like, from the perspective of the children who are doing just that. There are a lot of fun activities and information here for younger kids.

  • Ben's Game
    Ben’s Game. Ben Duskin, nine years old, is in remission from Leukemia. Throughout his course of treatment, Ben played computer games and began to think about the need to have something positive to help others kids battle their illnesses. Ben’s wish was to design a video game that would be helpful for kids like him who have cancer, a way to fight back and relieve some of the pain and stress involved with treatment.

  • Songs of Love
    The medicine of music. This organization creates uplifting, personalized songs for children and teens struggling with a life-threatening illness or lifetime disability -- free of charge. Each CD is professionally produced with lyrics containing the child's name and references to all of his or her favorite activities, things, people and pets. Songs are written and performed in the musical style that the child likes best by a variety of talented professionals.

  • Starlight Children's Foundation
    Assists children and their families cope with their pain, fear and isolation through entertainment, education and family activities.

  • SuperSibs
    Ensuring that brothers and sisters of children with cancer are recognized and supported. SuperSibs provides services free of charge to honor, support and recognize brothers and sisters of children with cancer. As a national nonprofit organization, SuperSibs! brings comfort and joy(via mail, internet and at hospital picnics, parties and cancer related events) to these "shadow" siblings in the U.S. between the ages of 4-18. In addition, they offer two $5000 college scholarships to High School Senior SIBLINGS of children with cancer. To make a referral, go to or call 866-444-SIBS(7427).

  • Cancer Kids
    A message forum that supports families of children with cancer. The American Brain Tumor Association developed this section of their site just for kids. Kids can learn about brain tumors, share stories and take part in games and activities.

Last updated by AJs Dad Sep 25, 2008.

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