Sid Seagull Virtual Hunt

Sid Seagull SSSSSCancer Council ACT has developed this quick, educational, and hopefully fun Sid Seagull Virtual Hunt to assist ACT teachers, parents and carers with their online learning and engagement efforts.  We hope you will use this opportunity to further your student/child engagement and take away some new SunSmart knowledge too. Upon completion students (or the classroom) will receive a special Certificate of Achievement from Cancer Council ACT.  

Simply complete and submit the form below with your responses to the 6 Sid Seagull Hunt Questions.  We have also included links to help you hunt the correct answer. 

Please have a teacher, parent or carer's permission to complete this virtual hunt (their email will confirm their permission).  We will send out your Certificate of Achievement to their email. 

School classrooms are also encouraged to take the hunt collectively with their Teacher. Upon completion a Certificate of Achievement will be sent out for the classroom to proudly display.  

*The virtual hunt requires reading and comprehension and is suitable for year 3, 4 and 5 students.... or anybody who wants to earn a Sid Seagull Virtual Hunt Certificate of Achievement.

Let's Get Started Now

  1. What year did the National SunSmart Schools Program begin in Canberra?

  2. What important word is missing? Slip, Slop, Slap, ............. and Slide (tip- look at Sid Seagull above). 

  3. What do the letters UV stand for? 

  4. Sun protection is required when UV levels reach which number?  1 or 3 or 7 or 10. 

  5. Complete the SunSmart rule for ACT primary schools to remember - The End Of ........... is Hats ........... Day.  Of course the Beggining of August is Hats On Again For All Of Us.  

  6. Which hat does NOT belong? 

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