Skin Cancer and Sun Safety (Community Environmental Health kit)
Explore how UV radiation exposure increases skin cancer risk.
Key Learning Objective: UV (ultraviolet) radiation is the main environmental risk factor for skin cancer.
- Use the “ABCDE” characteristics of skin cancer to determine whether a young woman should have a doctor check an unusual mole.
- Use photosensitive beads and sun safety pictures to explore ways to prevent UV radiation exposure.
Community Environmental Health (CEH) kits provide hands-on and interactive activities to engage diverse community audiences in learning about environmental health issues. The kits also encourage discussions about ways to reduce exposures to environmental health hazards. Each CEH kit contains materials to be shared by two participants. You can order pre-assembled kits with all materials included at the links below. If you prefer to make your own CEH kits, we will provide kit documents, lists of materials, and instructions, on request at no cost (send an email to [email protected]).
Limit 1 free sample per customer
|1 - 9||$5.50 ea.|
|10 - 24||$5.23 ea.|
|25 - 1000||$4.95 ea.|
Each assembled kit contains:
- (2) Skin Cancer and Sun Safety participant guides
- Photo of Sofia’s Mole
- ABCDE’s of Skin Cancer
- (2) Sun Safety Pictures
- UV color changing beads
- Plastic plate
Also required: Pencil or pen
Buy Unassembled and Save!
Skin Cancer and Sun Safety – Pack of 10 Unassembled Kits
Catalog # STO-CEH8U
Unassembled packs contain materials for 10 kits.
- All supplies, lab materials, and printed labels
- Student instructions copy master
- Easy to follow instructions for kit assembly
|1 - 9||$33.00 ea.|
|10 - 1000||$31.35 ea.|