Did you get a good puberty education when you needed it? Sadly, most parents and caregivers did not. That is why I'm offering “puberty tips for parents.”
Elementary children are exposed to countless sexual messages every day, no matter how much adults try to shield them.
Here are four reasons to use inclusive language, what happens if we aren’t inclusive, and examples of how to be more inclusive.
Teach lessons that celebrate love in all its forms, so we can help children learn to give and receive love that is healthy and age appropriate.
If you are feeling alone and exhausted, please consider joining your fellow puberty teachers in “Teachers Talk Puberty.”
Four highlights from 2021. New things for 2022.
Don’t just take my word for it. Listen to what others are saying.
You asked… we listened… We contacted educators across the country and asked what you like and don’t like about teaching puberty education. You told us your wish list, such as… Clear, teacher-friendly, lesson plans that reduce prep time Flexibility to…
News release announcing the 2021 edition of Puberty: The Wonder Years
How do I talk about what is being seen on the internet? Talking with your child about porn is important.
Successful Virtual Sex Ed Several educators have contacted me with their concerns about teaching puberty education to students who are learning at home because of virtual or hybrid classes. Here are 10 tips and strategies for successful virtual sex ed.…
A concerned parent contacted me with these great questions about early development during puberty.