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Supplementing At Home
Don’t let sex and health being taught at school lull you into feeling like you’re off the hook for teaching it at home, too. Consider that the setting (peers on all sides, high anxiety, lots of giggling and jokes) was less than ideal. Plus, how much can really be taught in such a short time?

Besides offering books and talking about sex (both of which are the best ways to help our children absorb information), you can also put together a quick at-home video collection to cover the must-know info. You may have trouble talking about these topics or maybe your child would rather not get the information from their parent. WatchWellCast on YouTube offers many videos on health, puberty and sex that may help present information to your child. ASAPScience is another YouTube channel with health and sex topics, though you need to sift through topics that may be too mature.