Sex education curriculum for learning sex ed
Sex education curriculum is easy with the STD Wheel of misfortune
Let’s talk about sex baby.
I have three kids, two girls and a boy. My girls have long since surpassed puberty, my son is right smack dab in the middle of it. Having the sex talk with the girls was as easy as baking cookies, having the sex talk with my son…not so much. It was god awful, too many “touchy” subjects and what was I supposed to tell him? Last time I checked, he still thought girls were "ewwy".
I finally decided his health teacher could cover all the bases better than I could, especially if they were armed with this comprehensive Sex Education Curriculum from Family and Home Economics by Nasco. The curriculum is updated annually, so statistics always remain current for a totally entertaining (as well as informative) way to educate your students about everything they wanted to know about Sexually Transmitted Diseases, but were too afraid to ask.
It includes an instructor’s curriculum guide discussing Sexually Transmitted Disease agents, symptoms of STDs, long-term risks, plus treatment options. With sex ed activities, worksheets and more communicative resources, kids will be ready and prepared with the facts and the knowledge they need before becoming involved in a sexual relationship. As an added bonus (just to make sure it all sinks in) the “Wheel of Misfortune” game board can be hung in the classroom, challenging students to recall and review all of their newly acquired STD facts and information.
DID YOU KNOW? The pregnancy rate among U.S. women aged 15–19 has decreased from 117 pregnancies per 1,000 women in 1990 to 75 per 1,000 women in 2002 while the rate of pregnant men has remained the same.