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    Teaching resources for primary schools

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    Resources for primary schools

    Type of resource

    Brochures, flyers and wallet cards
    CD and DVD
    eLearning and teaching resources
    Posters and charts
    Resources for children

    Brochures, flyers and wallet cards

    Are you SunSmart?

    A checklist with information on how to be SunSmart. To order your free copy order online, phone Cancer Council 13 11 20 or click on the image to download.

    One of these things is not like the others

    These great flyers, developed by Cancer Council WA, show the correct style of hat to wear. The flyers can be handed to children in the playground, included as part of your communication newsletter or just slipped into a child's bag as a reminder of what hats are recommended. Click on the image to download.  Please note that this flyer is not available in hard copy. 

    Think UV not heat!

    This resource reminds us that it is the UV radiation levels and not the temperature that should guide us when skin protection is required. To order your free copy order online, phone Cancer Council 13 11 20 or click on the image to download.

    When UV is 3 or above wallet card

    Use these wallet cards to help children understand SunSmart messages. To order your free copy order online, phone Cancer Council 13 11 20 or click on the image to download.

    CD and DVD

    In this fun video Sid Seagull reminds us of the five SunSmart strategies through his catchy song. Click on the image to play, order online or phone Cancer Council 
    13 11 20 to order a free DVD or CD. Please note that this resource is only available to schools, kindergartens and early childhood centres.

    eLearning and teaching resources

    Generation SunSmart

    An interactive program that not only teaches students the importance of skin protection but also provides a free professional development program for teaches. Click on the image to visit Generation SunSmart.

    Kidskin education resources

    To support teachers in promoting and teaching about the importance of skin protection. These resources are full of current information and supported by a host of engaging teaching activities. To access the three free resources online please click on the relevant image or visit kidskin.generationsunsmart.com.au.

    Working indoors - a SunSmart balance for Vitamin D and skin cancer prevention

    An eLearning program that highlights the importance of the balanced sun protection message and provides great up to date information for those who work indoors. Click on the image to learn more.

    Posters and charts

    Are you SunSmart?

    A poster with information on how to be SunSmart. To order your free copy order online, phone Cancer Council 13 11 20 or click on the image to download.

    Sid Seagull - Be SunSmart

    Sid Seagull reminds us of the five SunSmart strategies. To order your free copy order online, phone Cancer Council 13 11 20 or click on the image to download.

    UV charts

    UV charts that are designed to be downloaded and laminated to record the daily sun protection times and predicted maximum UV level for your area. Please click here for your local information and click on the image to download your chart. Please note that these charts are not available in hard copy

    When UV is 3 or above

    A poster with information on what to do when the UV radiation is 3 and above. To order your free copy order online, phone Cancer Council 13 11 20 or click on the image to download.

    Resources for children

    Think UV not heat bookmark

    Double-sided bookmarks that raise awareness of the uv index. To order your free copy order online or phone Cancer Council 13 11 20.

    When UV is 3 or above bag tag

    This colourful resource will help to remind children to protect their skin in five ways. To order your free copy order online or phone Cancer Council 13 11 20Please note that this resource is only available to schools, kindergartens and early childhood centres.

    When UV is 3 or above drink bottle sticker

    This waterproof resource can be placed on a drink bottle (or lunch box) and will help to remind children to protect their skin in five ways. To order a free copy order online or phone Cancer Council 13 11 20Please note that this resource is only available to schools, kindergartens and early childhood centres.

    891 SunSmart jingle competition

    In the lead up to Summer 2014, 891 ABC Adelaide and Cancer Council SA launched a joint initiative to spread the SunSmart message, asking listeners to submit an original 30 second jingle incorporating the 5 SunSmart actions - Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide. Listen to the winning jingle from the Reception Year One music class from Murray Bridge North School.

    Listen to the winning jingle below.

     


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