I believe that starting sex ed in 4th-5th grade is too early. schools should start teaching it around 6th or 7th grade to get kids familiar with their bodies and what is happening with them. CPS parents shouldn’t expect sex ed to improve for 6 th graders. Here are two videos that the CPS “Sexual Health Education Grade 6” curriculum recommended, the first one of which was produced by Planned Parenthood (The CPS “Sexual Health Education for Grade 6” website was available Monday morning and early afternoon but was taken down by late afternoon Monday, November 17, By 5th grade, children should have knowledge around anatomy and changes during puberty (for both sexes), reproduction and birth. Hopefully you have talked about HIV/AIDS, sexual orientation, masturbation, and premarital sex—and shared your related values.
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