Book Review: A printable workbook for teens about love, sex and themselves.
A short overview of this book
BISH Activity Book by Justin Hancock is a printable workbook that will help teens to work out how they feel about sex, love and themselves.
This interactive resource includes innovative worksheets for you to print out and use in Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), from BISH, one of the leading sex and relationships advice websites for young people.
This activity book is a companion piece to all the really good information at BISH to help young people to make sense of relationships and sex for themselves. It’s about asking students some big questions to help them work out how they feel about themselves and relationships and sex.
To that end there are worksheets around self-esteem, self-care, relationships, feeling better about our bodies, sex, consent and communication in this resource. As well as some of these more serious worksheets there are also fun activities such as join the dots, spot the difference, colouring-in, and a board game.
With the two approaches combined, the author hopes that young folk will be able to have some of the outcomes of good RSE.
What’s the ideal age for this book?
BISH Activity Book by Justin Hancock is ideal for children from 14+ years of age.
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Where can you buy a copy of this book?
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You can download a copy of the BISH Activity Book from the BISH website. And even though you can download it for free, don’t forget to donate 3 pounds to BISH through Paypal. It is a fantastic resource that has had many hours of work put into it. And your support will ensure that even more resources can be created in the future.
If you’re an Educator, you will need to purchase the practitioner’s version/licence.
You can find more books like this in my extensive list of Sex Education Books for Children.
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