Talking with your kids about sex may not be easy but its important and its never too early to start you can make a big difference in helping them stay healthy and make good choices as they grow up it may be hard to know where to start especially if your parents didnt talk to you about sex when you were growing up the following tips and strategies can help what do i say kids . Talking with your kids about sexuality isnt going to make them have sex earlier giving your kids age appropriate information about sexuality wont encourage unhealthy sexual development in fact research shows that children who talk with their parents and know more about this stuff are more likely to wait to have sex until theyre older and use birth control condoms when they eventually do have sex. Children ask questions about sexual and gender identity this short film is suitable for teaching rse at upper ks2 and second level. At this age kids should understand that reproduction is a natural part of life and that all living things reproduce its also important for them to see you as a safe resource for learning about this stuff its okay if you dont immediately know how to answer your childs question or if you want to wait until youre in a more private or comfortable setting to talk about these thi. And right alongside teachers are having to answer thorny questions about democracy race policing and where the country goes from here many teachers say kids have been remarkably resilient and
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