Introducing amaze jr.: Sex ed resources for kids ages 4-9 + their parents!
Raise your hand if any of these things apply to you:
You have a kid who’s obsessed with talking about butts and genitals and you’re wondering if this is normal
When your kid asks questions like, “Where do babies come from?” you immediately feel compelled to go [insert your least favorite form of household minutia]
You hear people say, “You should talk to your young kids about consent” and you’re like, “Seriously? My kid is so young. We have never talked about sex so how do I talk about consent?”
You want to talk to your kids about gender but don’t know where to start
You feel like you’re doing a good job talking about sex ed stuff but want to continue to level up your conversation skills
If any or all of these things apply, DON’T FRET. amaze jr.—the new animated video series from AMAZE.org—now offers age-appropriate sex ed resources to kids ages 4-9 and their parents. Featuring two video playlists—one for parents and one for their kids—amaze jr. prepares parents to answer the tough questions their kids have and helps create an ongoing dialogue about everything from babies to bodies to gender to consent.
amaze jr. just launched TODAY and we would love your help spreading the word!
Here are some super easy and fast ways to help:
Facebook: Share the adorable amaze jr. Tough Questions promo video
Facebook: Share this 8 facts about talking to young kids about sex ed infographic
Pinterest: Repin the 8 facts about talking to young kids about sex ed infographic
Twitter: Join in the AMAZE Twitter chat (follow along with @amazeorg + #amazejr) today, February 5, at noon ET
YouTube: Subscribe to the new AMAZE Parents YouTube channel (a repository of videos, expert interviews, and more!)
And if you want to cover this for via blog, podcast, Facebook Live, etc., contact firstname.lastname@example.org, who will help you get the assets/guests you need!