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Sun-smart PowerPoint lessons, a video, activities, parent letter, and trivia — plus social media posts and graphics that remind parents of sun safety when kids are at camp.

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Camp Facebook and Twitter Social Media Graphic(1200x600)

Ready-to-use Facebook and Twitter social media image.

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Language:

  • English

Audience:

  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth

Camp Facebook and Twitter Social Media Graphic(1200x600)

Ready-to-use Facebook and Twitter social media image.

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Language:

  • English

Audience:

  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth

Camp Instagram Media Graphic(1080x1080)

Ready-to-use Instagram social media image.

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Language:

  • English

Audience:

  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth

Camp Instagram Social Media Graphic(1080x1080)

Ready-to-use Instagram social media image.

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Language:

  • English

Audience:

  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth

Camp Social Media Posts

Ready-to-use social media content, including copy and images that summer camps and parents can share to encourage sun safe behaviors.

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Language:

  • English

Audience:

  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth

Minions Video

The video demonstrates proper techniques for protecting oneself from the sun’s harmful rays. In order for the video to play, please be sure to download it from our site at the same time you download the PowerPoint lesson.

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Language:

  • English

Audiences:

  • Schools
  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth

Parent Follow-up Camps Letter(8.5"x11")

This letter includes the survey as well as facts about the importance of sun safety for children. It should be sent to parents either by email or as a hard copy a few days prior to the teacher’s presentation of the program to their students.

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Languages:

  • English
  • Spanish

Audiences:

  • Schools
  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth

Parent Outreach Camps Letter(8.5"x11")

This letter includes the survey as well as facts about the importance of sun safety for children. It should be sent to parents either by email or as a hard copy a few days prior to the teacher’s presentation of the program to their students.

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Languages:

  • English
  • Spanish

Audiences:

  • Schools
  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth

Sun-Smart Lesson

The PowerPoint lesson is full of fun facts, trivia, and notes to inform students of the dangers that sun exposure poses to their health.

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Language:

  • English

Audiences:

  • Schools
  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth

Sun-Smart Activities

Additional activities, such as a word find and some outdoor measurement techniques, can be downloaded and used to reinforce the Sun-Smart program.

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Language:

  • English

Audiences:

  • Schools
  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth

Sun-Smart Trivia

We offer a full list of trivia questions pertaining to sun safety, facts about Delaware, protecting kids, and skin cancer. These trivia questions are great for all ages as a supplemental activity to increase and reinforce the importance of sun-safe behaviors.

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Language:

  • English

Audiences:

  • Schools
  • Summer Camps

End Users:

  • Youth