Fun Things & Kits
Who will wear the brightest shirt at your school?
Fancy breaking out of your normal school garb to shine brightly at school this year? Every year more and more schools take part in Loud Shirt Day. Staff and pupils have a great time comparing their unfashionably bright gear – didn’t you know black is so yesterday – and donating money to help deaf children learn to listen and talk.
Loud Shirt Day is a great opportunity to build team spirit, have a laugh and celebrate everybody’s unique shirts. Why not hold a special awards ceremony during class and hand out Loud Shirt Day certificates to those who have made an extra effort to stand out. Plus there’s heaps more information about how our ears work, hearing, deafness and preventing hearing loss under the kits and fun things to do on the Loud Shirt Day site. Explore what it means to be deaf in your class and also test what sort of noise levels pupils are exposed to.