Resources to help educators with teaching children about their body

cover of The Illustrated Reproductive Organs for Children

15 diverse illustrations of children with anatomically-correct internal and external reproductive organs. Suitable for early and middle childhood. This is a printable PDF and you won't receive a physical product.

Note: Upon purchase, you will receive immediate access to the PDF materials via an email and link. From there, you can download the PDF to share on a tablet, phone, or computer OR print the materials. You’ll also receive access to a Parent Guide to help you understand how to best share the images with your child.

Simply select the green button to purchase with the Australian dollar or the orange button to purchase with the US dollar. (Please ensure you select the  correct License for use)

  • Description
  • Disclaimer
  • individual / personal license
  • Group License

Description

This resource has been created to provide educators with anatomically correct illustrations of diverse human bodies that can be used with children from the age of 3 and up.  It is the same set of illustrations that can be found in the Parent Set, Let's Look at Different Body Parts, but this set has either a Personal/Individual License of a Group License. (Plus A3 and A4 sized files)

As a resource these illustrations can be used to start conversations with children of all abilities about their bodies, especially their genitals and reproductive organs. The children are diverse in regards to culture, ethnicity, ability and body shape.

These illustrations can be used to teach children about:

  • the correct names of genitals
  • the anatomical differences between bodies
  • the reproductive organs
  • circumcision
  • erections
  • the private parts of the body
  • public and private
  • body safety
  • appropriate and inappropriate touch to self and others
  • personal hygiene
  • diversity in bodies
  • reproduction
  • gender, including intersex and transgender
  • biological sex

The illustrations of the genitals are graded into three levels, starting with a very simplistic representation and gradually increasing in detail. This allows you to select the illustration with the level of detail that you feel is appropriate for the children you are teaching. 

The illustrations of the internal reproductive organs are deliberately simple and do not include all of the organs. Future sets will include more detailed illustrations for middle school children.

Intersex genitals are not included as they are much more varied, but the first two illustrations include children in which you can’t see their genitals, so you can talk about the fact that they could be intersex or transgender. 

You will receive the following PDF files:

  • Guide
  • A4 set of illustrations
  • A3 set of illustrations
  • A4 set of labelled Illustrations and definitions

Simply select the green button to purchase with the Australian dollar or the orange button to purchase with the US dollar. (Please ensure you select the  correct License for use)

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