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Let's Talk Puberty for Boys (2006)

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A healthy way to introduce kids to the changes in their bodies.









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A Non-Threatening Look at Puberty for Kids
23 September 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

"Let's Talk Puberty for Girls" and "Let's Talk Puberty for Boys" are a set of animated educational films put out by Disney that was initially created in Ireland. The films were designed to be shown in classrooms for kids ages 9-13 and addresses physical changes, healthy eating and even how to talk with parents.

Simple and non-threatening, the fact that the movies deal with talking to parents is one of the strongest features. Too often young kids are influenced not to talk to adults. They fear what will happen if they try to discuss serious issues with their parents, when, in fact, the best thing they can do in most cases is to speak with an adult for proper guidance.

The messages in the movies are important for kids to hear, and they are delivered in a great manner for kids, especially with using an animated medium.

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