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(4th-5th Grades) Puberty Workshop

Puberty Workshop

For: 4th-5th grades Puberty Workshop
Length: 4 or 5 consecutive sessions (1 hour each)
Purpose: To help students understand the physical changes their bodies go through during puberty.
Scheduling: Contact our Education Programs Coordinator Jen Devine at superstarhealtheducation@gmail.com

 

Outline 

Because we are always improving our curricula, this outline provides a general idea of the topics covered but is not a rigid lesson plan. Here are the outcome objectives:

Session 1: Puberty, Hygiene and Being Normal

  • Students will learn 3 physical changes that everyone goes through during puberty.
  • Students will learn 3 ways to take care of their hygiene.
  • Students will learn that puberty changes happen at different times and in different ways for everyone, and that is normal..

Session 2: The Male Body and Changes 

  • Students will be able to define sperm.
  • Students will be able to list 2 reasons why erections happen to both males and females.
  • Students will be able to list 2 changes that only happen to males.

Session 3: The Female Body and Changes

  • Students will know what two things can cause a pregnancy.
  • Students will be able to define menstruation/periods and what are a tampon and pad.
  • Students will be able to list 2 changes that only happen to females.

Session 4: Ownership, Communication and Relationships

  • Students will learn who owns their body.
  • They understand that touching of their genitals without their permission is not OK.
  • Students will be able to list two trusted adults is in their life.
  • Students will understand that intersexed people are people born with different genitals than male or female.
Session 1: Puberty, Hygiene and Being Normal

I. Introduction
   a. Agreements
b. Anonymous Question Box

II. What is Puberty?
   a. Icebreaker activity, introduces talking to trusted adults

III. Puberty Changes
   a. Introduction to puberty changes that happen for most people.
i. These may include: pimples, growth, mood swings, attractions and sexual or “tingly” feelings, Body Odor

IV. Discussion: Hygiene
   a. Basic Hygiene information for puberty youth

V. Emotional Changes
   a. Information about Hormones and Feelings

VI. Conclusion:
   a. Review Objectives
b. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of anonymous questions:
Do you have to go through puberty?
Why do tingly feelings happen?
How often can you wash your privates?

Session 2: The Male Body and Changes 

I. Introduction

II. Review: Changes
a. Discussion of Changes for Males
i. this may include: breast growth, penis and testicle growth, erections, ejaculations

III. Review of Male Anatomy
   a. Visual Review of Parts of the Reproductive system
b. Visual Review of genitals

IV. Path of the Sperm
   a. Review of Path of Sperm
b. Reasons why erections and ejaculations may happen

V. Testicular Exams
   a. Tips and reasons for doing exams on a monthly basis

VI. Conclusion:
   a. Review Objectives
b. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of anonymous questions:
Why do boys have sperm?
How can you get rid of an erection?
Why do boys have nipples?

Session 3: The Female Body and Changes

I. Introduction

II. Review Changes
a. Female Changes
b. These may include: breast growth, vaginal fluids, menstruation, blood flow/erections of vulva.

III. Female Anatomy
a. Female Genitals
b. Female Reproductive System

IV. Path of the Egg
a. Visual Review of ovulation, pregnancy and menstruation
b. Reasons why lubrication and erections may happen

V. Breast Self Exams
a. Introduction to breast exams and tips

VI. Optional Activity:
a. Condoms and why people use them
b. Information about Risk Reduction and STI’s when people are sexually active

VII. Responsibility, Parenting, Future
a. Pregnancy and when to be a parent

VIII. Conclusion:
a. Review Objectives
b. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of anonymous questions:
How does the sperm get to the egg?
Why would someone want to have sex?
Why do women grow breasts?

 

Session 4: Ownership, Communication and Relationships

I. Introduction

II. Review: Path of Sperm/Path of Egg

III. Possible Puberty Review
This may include definitions of puberty, anatomical parts of reproductive systems and genitals, path of egg and sperm, hygiene information, information about pregnancy and relationships, trusted adults, boundaries, etc.

IV. Discussion: Relationships and Puberty
   a. Relationship definitions
b. Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships

V. Discussion: Your body is your own
   a. Body Ownership and Sexual Abuse
b. What to do if someone has experience abuse.

VI. Brainstorm: Trusted Adult
   a. Discussion of Trusted Adult in young peoples lives

VII. Conclusion: Review Objectives
   a. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of anonymous questions:
How do two men have a baby?
Who can you tell if someone hurts you?
What do you do if you have a crush on someone?