What is cancer? (for kids)

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Kids' Guide to Cancer

Children are often scared and confused when they hear about the cancer diagnosis of someone they love. The free Kids’ Guide to Cancer app empowers kids to learn more about cancer on their own terms, at their own pace – and understand everything that is going on.

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New Normal Navigator app

The New Normal Navigator app is packed with tips from families who have ‘been there’, useful articles and great fun therapy ideas.

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Talking To Kids About Cancer: 7 Handy Tips

A cancer diagnosis can be difficult to talk about. Talking about cancer to children can be particularly challenging. Here are seven handy tips for talking to kids about cancer.

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What To Say When Someone Has Cancer

Finding out that someone you know has cancer is always difficult, especially if you don’t know what to say.

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What is optimism?

Is it more than wearing rose-coloured glasses? Well, Tegan is back to teach you more about what it is and how we can be more optimistic!

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Fun and easy Skittle race

Want a sweet game that is silly and colourful? Try a Skittle race! This game is a favourite on camp, and you can play it at home with your family too!

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‘The 117-Storey Treehouse’ – kids’ book read aloud with Andy Griffiths

Legendary Australian children’s author Andy Griffiths has a super special surprise for you… he’s going to read his book The 117-Storey Treehouse aloud for you.

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