Puberty: The Wonder Years – Grade 5


“I Wonder What Is Happening to Me” is the Puberty: The Wonder Years curriculum for grade 5

The lessons are teacher friendly and youth engaging. Teachers are provided with full-color, animated slides to use with the lessons. Rubrics and other assessment tools are included. Lessons promote parent/adult-child communication through non-threatening homework assignments that encourage students to interact with adults.

Cost: $102.00 (includes handling,  shipping is additional)

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“I Wonder What Is Happening to Me” is the grade 5 level of the Puberty: The Wonder Years curriculum. The curriculum begins by reviewing prior knowledge about puberty and developing guidelines for a safe and productive classroom climate. Students learn about the male and female reproductive systems and the changes that occur during puberty. To care for their changing bodies, the students learn new personal hygiene and health habits. Students practice communicating with their family members, analyzing media influences for sexual messages, and clarifying misinformation and promoting healthy behavior among their peers. The emphasis is on promoting respect for peers as they experience puberty, impressing young people with the awe and responsibility of becoming physically capable of reproduction, and the importance of postponing sexual intercourse.

It includes the following resources: a printed teaching guide; access to Online Teacher Resources with animated PowerPoint slides, reference information, student worksheets, and family resources.

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Weight 1.9 lbs


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What educators are saying

“My students had lots of questions! They thanked me for being willing to teach them about what is happening to them.”



Mike B., Lansing School District

“Puberty: The Wonder Years doesn’t just stick to puberty. The curriculum also includes lessons on topics that I think are necessary, such as bullying and social-emotional components. There’s also a lot of scripting for really good conversation and prompts for the teachers.”

Tim Kordic, Project Advisor for Sexual Health & HIV Prevention, Los Angeles Unified School District

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