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(7-12 year olds) Puberty for Developmentally Disabled Youth

Puberty for Developmentally Disabled Youth (7-12 year olds)

Let’s Talk about… Puberty

 

For: Developmentally Disabled Youth 7-12 years old
Length: 4 consecutive session (1 hour each)
Purpose: To help students with Developmental Disabilities understand the physical changes their bodies go through during puberty.
Scheduling: Contact our Education Director Jen Devine at wuunderwoman@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: Privacy, Bodies and Puberty

  • Students will learn the difference between Private and Public
  • Students will learn what changes occur during puberty

Session 2: Male Bodies and Hygiene

  • Students will learn puberty changes that happen for everyone
  • Students will learn about male genitals
  • Students will learn about hygiene

Session 3: Female Bodies, Masturbation and Pregnancy 

  • Students will learn female genitals
  • Students will learn how a pregnancy happens
  • Students will learn that masturbation is a private activity

Session 4: Relationships, Permission and Trusted Adults

  • Students will learn the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships
  • Students will learn that permission is important for touch
  • Students will find a trusted adult to talk to

Session 1: Privacy, Bodies and Puberty

I. Introduction
   a. Agreements
b. Anonymous Question Box

II. Public versus Private
a. Images and places, clothing, activities

III. Bodies and Differences
   a. Similarities and differences
b. Children, Adults, Males and Females

IV. Puberty
   a. Definition of Puberty

VI. Conclusion:
   a. Answering questions anonymously

Examples of anonymous questions:
Do you have to go through puberty?
Why do people have private parts?
Why do girls have breasts?

Session 2: The Male Body and Changes  

I. Introduction
   a. Review Agreements

II. Puberty Changes for Everyone
   a. Discussion of Changes everyone might go through
i. this may include: breast growth, body odor, erections, tingly feelings, pubic hair, facial hair, growth, mood swings

III. Hygiene
   a. Tips and reasons for taking care

IV. Male Anatomy
   a. Review genitals and reproductive system
b. Visual Review of Path of sperm

V. 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: Female Bodies, Masturbation and Pregnancy

I. Introduction

II. Female Anatomy
 a. Female Genitals and Reproductive System
b. Visual Review of Ovulation and menstruation
c. Reasons why lubrication and erections may happen

III. Masturbation
   a. Private activity for private places

IV. Pregnancy
   a. How the egg gets to the sperm
b. Pregnancy and when to be a parent
c. Some people want to prevent pregnancy 

V. 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?
Does a woman have sperm?

Session 4: Relationships, Permission and Trusted Adults

I. Introduction

II. Relationships
a. Friendships and Romance
b. Healthy Relationships
c. Unhealthy Relationships

III. Touch
a. When is touch good? Wanted touch
b. When is it not good? Unwanted touch
c. Permission and Safety: No, Go, Tell

IV. Trusted Adults
   a. Who can you talk to about puberty and unwanted touch?
b. Who is a trusted adult?
c. Telling someone about unwanted touch

V. 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?