The American Academy of Dermatology's SPOT Skin Cancer program offers online information and a variety of downloadable materials, including handouts, flyers, and e-cards: https://www.aad.org/spot-skin-cancer
The Skin Cancer Foundation offers a free Sun Smart U education program suitable or grades 6-12. It can be taught in one or two class periods and is available in a variety of formats, including Windows, iPad, and Android : http://www.skincancer.org/prevention/education-program
Sun safety resources for kids: The Summit Medical Group Foundation (Enright Melanoma Foundation) offers a free online Sun Safety Certification course for kids. The course is available in three age-appropriate versions, targeted to ages 5 to 8, 9 to 12, and 13 and over: http://applycoverenjoy.org
The Pediatric Sun Protection Foundation's Shine a Light. Be a Sun Hero campaign is an engaging campaign to drive awareness and prevention of skin cancer: The campaign distributes free Sun Hero stickers and asks people to stick one on, snap a picture of themselves wearing it and share the picture on the sunhero.org website. Order your stickers at: https://sunhero.org/ Sun safety resources for communities: IMPACT Melanoma offers a program that allows towns, cities and corporations to provide free sunscreen to their communities: Practice Safe Skin
Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer: In July of 2014, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the Surgeon General's Call to Action to Prevent Skin Cancer. This remarkable document marks the first time the Surgeon General's office has declared openly that UV radiation is harmful and that people need to protect themselves from its effects. It also lays out an action plan to stem the "rising tide of skin cancer" that has seen the incidence of melanoma alone triple over the last 35 years. The Call to Action web site includes many good resources as well as a downloadable copy of the report..