It is tempting to think fifth graders aren’t ready to learn about puberty and sexuality. After all, they’re just children, right? Yes, fifth graders are typically 10 and 11 years old. However, they have many characteristics that make it important to teach…
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Awareness of intersectionality and appreciation for all aspects of people’s identity is important.
Many people with disabilities have teams of support people.
People with disabilities experience complex social-emotional changes of puberty.
Everyone is unique, so awareness of variations can help educators support students with disabilities alongside their peers.
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Education on body boundaries and consent is vital for the safety and well-being of youth with disabilities.
Following best practices for accessible and inclusive lessons fosters supportive environments for all students with a wide variety of needs.
Puberty can be an uncomfortable topic and adding disability does not make conversation easier. Learn how to talk about disability.
Puberty: The Wonder Years recently received high scores from education curriculum reviewers in Washington state.
The Puberty Lady created a puberty book list and a series of video book reviews.