Spanish Materials for Parents
Spanish Infant and Childhood Vaccine Resources
These resources provide information for Spanish speaking parents about vaccines for infants and children, the diseases vaccines prevent, and how to care for their child during vaccine visits. To see immunization schedules and use interactive schedule tools, go to The Vaccine Schedule page.
Nueve cosas para que las inyecciones sean menos estresantes
(9 Things to Make Vaccines Less Stressful)
Shots can be stressful for babies and parents. Fortunately, there are things parents can do to make vaccine visits easier and less stressful.
Cómo fortalecen las vacunas el sistema inmunitario de su bebé
(How Vaccines Strengthen Your Baby’s Immune System)
Learn how vaccines work with a baby’s immune system to protect him from potentially serious diseases.
Preguntas frecuentes sobre la vacunación infantil
(Infant Immunization Frequently Asked Questions)
Read answers to common questions about vaccine safety, the recommended schedule, how vaccines protect children from 14 diseases by age two, and more. Download a printer-friendly versionpdf icon to share with parents.
¡Crece sano!pdf icon
Review or print this growth chart to learn about recommended vaccines and developmental milestones by age.
They may be downloaded, copied, and distributed without alteration free of charge.
A limited quantity of posters can be ordered for free from CDC-INFO On Demand – Publications. To check availability and to place your order, select “Immunizations and Vaccines (Childhood)” under the Programs drop down menu.
Note that commercial printer files are available upon request.*
La vacuna contra la tosferina para proteger a tu bebé desde el inicio.
(Make sure your baby is born with protection against whooping cough.)
Protección contra la tosferina para tu pequeño milagro.
(Mom, you’ll always protect your little miracle.)
Cómo enferman los microbios a su bebé?)external icon
(How Do Germs Make Your Baby Sick?)
Asegúrese de vacunarse a tiempoexternal icon
(How Do Vaccines Help Babies Fight Infections)