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  • Straight Talk About Puberty For Girls

    Puberty education for girls. Grades 5-8

    Girls have questions about their growing bodies during puberty. Straight Talk About Puberty- For Girls provides the answers with this fresh, modern take on the subject. Filmed with new 3D rendered anatomy illustrations, this program is perfect for your older students who are ready to learn more about puberty.Girls in this grade range will learn about:

    -The female reproductive system

    -Hygiene and good grooming

    -The dangers of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs to growing bodies

    Emotional and physical changes of puberty

    -Importance of exercise and good nutrition

    -Body Image

    For a fresh modern take on this topic, with exciting new graphics and music by Rainmaker Bob Walkenhorst, you will find STRAIGHT TALK ABOUT PUBERTY very useful for class discussion.

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  • Straight Talk About Self Confidence

    Promoting self-esteem. Grades 6-8

    Help students identify and maintain healthy relationships.

    Early adolescence is a time of rapid and dramatic changes. Navigating the social and emotional complexities presented by daily life can be especially challenging during the teen years. Introducing this Straight Talk program, hosts Melissa and Randy present the concept of Self-Confidence, and show a group of students at a nearby junior high school talking about self-confidence and self-esteem with their guidance counselor.

    Identifying seven basic concepts, the members of the group detail their personal experiences with a keener understanding of self-confidence. Providing guidance along the path to emotional maturity Straight Talk About Self-Confidence can help boys and girls improve personal insight and the ways they relate to others.

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  • We're Growing Up

    Insights into the challenges of puberty. Grades 4-8

    This reassuring program presents facts about puberty in a context of self-respect and self-confidence. We're Growing Up! is designed for a combined audience of boys and girls. The narrator talks comfortably and matter-of-factly about human growth patterns (starting with a baby's rapid growth in the womb) and moves quickly through to the subject at hand,adolescence. A review of male and female anatomy and sexual development and an emphasis on responsible choices will be starting points for classroom discussion. A lively cast of young teenagers and sensitive artwork round out this production.

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  • We're Just Around The Corner

    Puberty Education. Grades 5-8

    Are your students ready for a little more information on puberty and reproduction? "We're Just Around the Corner" has been updated with new photography, new graphics and fresh live action footage to appeal to your older students. It is grounded in fact, sensitive to adolescent feelings, and reassuring about changes that are on the way. This co-educational program presents information on topics that include:

    -The physical and emotional changes of puberty

    -The maturation of the male and female reproductive systems

    -Conception, pregnancy, and fetal development

    -The importance of reliable information as vital to good decision making

    -The importance of good hygiene and healthy habits

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  • We're Just Talking

    Puberty education redux. Grades 5-8

    Even though human biology has not changed lately, your students will respond to these contemporary new titles. With a fresh look, the Let's Just Talk series presents sound, accurate information about puberty in a framework of self-respect and responsible decision-making. These upbeat titles strongly emphasize the importance of exercise and encourage good nutrition.

    Getting together for homework, two groups of friends listen to the popular radio show "Let's Just Talk" and get an earful about the biology of growing up and some useful advice for coping with adolescence. We're Just Talking presents factual information about boys and girls entering puberty. Topics include male and female physical development, hormones, and the reproductive systems, with an emphasis on physical and emotional health.

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