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These popular Anatomically Correct Paperdolls are a fun activity that helps children learn about the human body as they cut, color and play.
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115 Conversation Starters for starting conversations about private parts, nudity, hygiene, genitals, touch, consent, gender, masturbation, where babies come from, sexual intercourse and puberty.
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The perfect activity for shame-free conversations about bodies that include the private parts!
Who am I to be teaching you this?
Hi, I’m Cath Hakanson and when gifts were being handed out by the 3 fairies (you know, the ones from Sleeping Beauty), I was given the gift of being able to comfortably talk about sex.
I have a string of qualifications longer than your arm, over 25 years of clinical expertise under my well-worn belt, and have helped thousands of parents along the way.
When it comes to sex education, I’ve worn many hats: nurse, clinician, educator, counsellor, therapist, consultant, researcher, author and parent.
My friends call me a sexpert, but to my kids, I’m just a mum who talks about sex.
Yes, I do talk about sex a lot, but in ways that strengthen relationships between parents and their children. I love helping other parents to feel comfortable about having these conversations with their kids too.
I’ve spent the last 10 years getting up close and personal with the stuff that gets in the way of parents talking to their kids about sex.
Bottomline… I help parents have the kind of relationships with their kids they really want to have.
Relationships that are safe, shame-free, secure and special.
These Anatomically Correct Paperdolls come in both color and black & white for easy printing!
” My daughter liked these a lot and seemed quite interested in them. She really liked the dress up part, and always followed the gender stereotype and picked the girl’s dress for the girl and the boy’s outfit for the boy. I do try and talk about these things with her but the book was brilliant, as it gave me a talking point that felt relaxed and fun.
Also, when she was colouring, it provided us with a nice space to safely chat that was just chilled and happy. With no pressure, so it felt quite free. “
KATY (mother of a 6 & 10 year old)
The easiest way to have conversations that feel less awkward and more natural
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