Sun Safety Task Lara

Sun Safety Task Lara

Sun Safety Task Lara
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Sun Safety Paper Dolls

Print our sun safety paper dolls - in black and white or colour - then dress them up with the appropriate clothes and accessories.

Not all cancer is pink. There are many different kinds of cancer other than breast cancer! Spread childhood cancer awareness!!

Pink is important too, of course, but when you have leukemia it's disappointing to see the amount of pink put out in stores, gas stations, etc. in anticipation of BC awareness next month while it's leukemia awareness month right now.

Slip, Slop, Slap!

1 in 5 people will be develop skin cancer in their life time. Put sunscreen on!

I chose this pin because it say "Your Healthy Tan Is Killing You". The National Council declares the Friday before Memorial Day is "Don't Fry Day" to encourage sun safety awareness.

People tend to overlook nine areas when applying sunscreen to their faces — corners of the eyes, lower eyelids, tops of ears, upper hairline, creases of the nose, skin under the nostrils, lips, the area between upper lip and nose, and the lips — leaving them vulnerable to cancer-causing rays.

9 Places You’re Forgetting to Apply Sunscreen - 10 Tips, Tricks and DIYs for Gorgeous Looking Summer Skin

cancer council sunscreen - Google Search

Find out how to protect your skin from the sun to avoid skin cancer, including tips for applying sunscreen and sun protection for babies.

This pin reflects Sun Smart in early childhood and primary settings, which offers resources to create a sun smart setting. This links to my belief of students being healthy and emotionally stable to learn.

To Prevent cancer you can put on sunscreen (Slip, Slop, Slap, Seek and Slide). It is true that so far this year people have died of cancer from the day

Brisbane Ultra Violet (UV) Index Forecast

This website provide Darwin's UV index and its information from Australian government website.

Cancer Council has very helpful information regarding skin cancer

this organization is all about helping people with cancer and the prevention of cancer. they have hundreds of fundraisers every year. they also promote being sun smart by using sunscreen, wearing hats, and most importantly staying under shade