Let’s Look at Different Body Parts
Cartoon illustrations to help satisfy your child’s curiosity about bodies (and how they differ)
Features 15 CHILD FRIENDLY and anatomically-correct cartoon illustrations of the genitals and internal reproductive organs that are appropriate for children from the age of 3 and up.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the Educator’s Set of these illustrations.
Please note: This is a PDF that you can print or read on your computer, tablet or phone. Upon purchase, you’ll receive an immediate email with a link. Simply click that link to download the PDF. It also includes files (MOBI & EPUB) that you can read on an eReader.
As parents, we can all agree on one thing for sure…
Our children are curious creatures! And regardless of whether they’re inquiring about the world around them or their own bodies, it’s our job to help guide them in the most responsible and appropriate way possible! For most parents, this means having a conversation at some point about genitals with their child. Unfortunately, navigating this conversation can be difficult as the last thing you want to do is give your child too much information at too young an age OR inspire them to act inappropriately! Luckily, these PDF materials take all the worry out this often-dreaded discussion by providing age-appropriate cards featuring non-medical and racially diverse illustrations of anatomically correct genitals and internal organs with children of all abilities (wheelchair, walking frame, etc.) being represented!PLUS, with illustrations depicting various degrees of detailing (e.g. 3 vulva drawings ranging from very simple to detailed), you’ll be able to maintain full control over just how much your child knows… no need to spill all the beans if you deem them too young for certain information!
Inside you’ll find:
- 15 child friendly anatomically correct illustrations of the genitals and internal reproductive organs.
- Labelled illustrations so you don’t need to remember the names of the different parts.
- Child-friendly definitions so you can describe the different parts to your child.
- Parent Guide with suggestions on how to use the illustrations with your child.
- Print the illustrations or download to an eReader.
Grab a copy and start having open and honest conversations with your child so that they grow up without feeling shame about their body.