CHI Materials for Kids

Below are various materials approved by Congenital Hyperinsulinism International (CHI) to assist in teaching the basics of hyperinsulinism to younger children. These materials are great for children with hyperinsulinism to better understand their condition, or as an aid for their siblings, cousins, friends, or classmates.


Coloring Materials

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), a CHI Center of Excellence (COE), released “My Guide to HI: An Educational Coloring Book about Hyperinsulinism.” Click the image to download this PDF for free.

My Guide to HI


Our mascot, the CHIbra, borrows from the rare disease zebra mascot. As raredisease.org explains, “Historically, medical professionals were told that when they ‘hear hoofbeats,’ they should not expect to see a zebra. In other words, look for the more common answer, a horse. Now, we know that one in ten Americans is actually a zebra!” Click the image to download a PDF of the CHI mascot, the CHIbra!

CHI Coloring Pages

Sing-Along Videos

“When your sugar’s low and your insulin’s high, it might be HI!” Have you heard our HI Song? If not, or if it’s been a while, check out the video today! Former staff member and professional musician Janna Pelle crafted this catchy tune in 2019 with input from the CHI staff and community.

“What would you do if you had a Life Without Lows?” Check out our “Life Without Lows” video, where Janna Pelle sings about some of the challenges of managing blood sugar levels.

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