We love comprehensive sex ed and we love what our client AMAZE is doing to help parents communicate openly and honestly with kids about sex ed! AMAZE recently launched the AMAZE Parent Playlist, a resource designed to help parents engage young children (ages 4-9) in open, honest conversations in a fun, engaging, and age-appropriate way. With titles ranging from “How Do You Talk to Young Kids About Sex?” to “Where Do Babies Come From?” to “Is Playing Doctor OK?” the 10 animated videos in the AMAZE Parent Playlist are designed specifically to train parents on how best to talk with their children about sex, healthy relationships, and growing up.
We partnered with an awesome group of parent influencers to share their summer sex ed stories. Check them all out!
- Shell of Not Quite Susie Homemaker, on talking to her 4 and 8 year olds about where babies come from.
- Larisha of We’re Parents, on prioritizing teaching kids about sex ed the way we prioritize other topics.
- Nancy of The Mama Maven Blog, on jump starting age-appropriate conversations with her 7-year-old.
- Stacy of Fancy Shanty, on AMAZE as an educational resource for homeschooling families.
- Laura of Day by Day in Our World, on answering young kids’ questions and comments about sexuality.
- Censie of Building Our Story, on building a good sexuality foundation for kids to make sure they lead safe and respectful lives as they grow older.
- Danielle of Mamademics, on tackling the question "Where do babies come from?"
- Kristin of Momtrends, on making this the summer of sex ed in her house.
- Alicia of The Mom Kind, on game changing lessons she learned from the AMAZE Parent Playlist.
- Darcy of Life with Darcy & Brian, on learning that the timing is never right for anything that is worth discussing.
- Jill of Baby Rabies, on talking to preschoolers about sexual health. Check out her Facebook live too.