CAMP Challenge: Not in My Mouth – Medication Safety

Welcome to Week 4 of our COCA CAMP Challenge! This week’s topic is Not in My Mouth: Medication Safety.

Nurturing good decision making skills is a key component of teaching medication safety. By engaging in activities that foster decision-making, children learn to weigh options and make responsible choices–an invaluable life skill that can keep them safe through adolescence and beyond. Equally important is insuring that medicines are stored securely and that children understand medication safety basics.

This week’s CAMP Challenge offers activities and resources that teach medication safety and encourage children to practice making good decisions. Click here to download a printable version of this week’s handout.

Need help storing or disposing of medications? COCA is offering FREE medication lock boxes and medication disposal bags. Click here to learn more.

Watch our Prevention in Pajamas parent video and download Not in My Mouth resources below!


Parent Resources

We have compiled a list of sites that offer activities and advice for teaching your children about decision-making and medication safety at home

Teaching decision-making skills

Medication Safety

Find our Prevention in Pajamas videos and other summer fun resources from our partners at Berks Summer Camps Unite!

Watch our Too Good for Drugs video about decision-making

The video below, intended for 5th grade students, illustrates decision-making in a variety of scenarios.

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