- Give your son or daughter a reliable online resource to learn on their own.
- Use the charts on the home page at www.anatomyforkids.com to select where to start.
- Just follow the chart plan and they will be prepared for the changes that are coming.
What is the best way to make sure your son or daughter is prepared for puberty? Give them a brief on-line resource.
I began by writing age-appropriate books for kids from 7-13 years old. The books are informative and are what most parents think is the best way to get information to their kids. But, I think this might be an outdated form of communication.
it is remarkable how fast kids navigate the internet and multitask at the same time. They often have several sites open at once and jump from one to the other. Observing this, I decided that I needed to reach kids where they are today. So, I separated my books into ebooks that can be downloaded directly from my site.
The content of each ebook is taken from my age-appropriate print books, but now they are set up in smaller chunks that your child can read on their own. After about 8 years old, most kids don’t particularly want to talk about this content with anyone else. But, I know they are curious. I have led many small group sessions with kids 8-13 years old, and I can tell from the questions they ask that there is a lot they want to know.
The focus of my content is on basic biology, but the basics are really interesting. Each page has a written part on one side that explains a specific concept and then next to it is an anatomy illustration that deepens their understanding.
I think I am finally getting it! Make it digital and keep it brief. Your child is going to prefer learning about puberty on their own with these great ebooks, and with a resource you can trust.
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