Your child's body is developing at a rapid rate, and it might often seem difficult to speak with him or her about adolescent development. The information below will offer you useful tips and information to help guide your child through puberty.
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P&G School Programs is proud to offer educators an assortment of tutorial videos to help you teach your classroom the fundamentals of adolescent development.
This video offers general information that is helpful in teaching adolescent development.
Your daughter's body is changing a lot right now, or will be soon, and the materials listed below will offer useful tips and information on educating your child through puberty.
"The Care & Keeping of Me: The Body Book Journal" by Norm Bendell
"What I Wish You Knew: Letters From Our Daughter's Lives, and Expert Advice on Staying Connected" by American Girl
"The 'What’s Happening to My Body?' Book for Girls: A Growing Up Guide for Parents and Daughters" by Lynda and Area Madaras
"The Venus Week" by Rebecca Booth, M.D.—Provides a better understanding of the hormones that influence the physical and emotional changes that accompany your monthly cycle.
"Girlology’s 'There’s Something New About You': A Girl’s Guide to Growing Up " by Melisa Holmes, M.D., and Trish Hutchison, M.D. HCI Books, 2010
"Girlology: A Girl's Guide to Stuff That Matters" by Melisa Holmes, M.D., and Trish Hutchison, M.D.. HCI Books, 2005.
"Girlology: Hang-Ups, Hook-Ups and Holding Out: Stuff You Need to Know About Your Body, Sex, and Dating" by Melisa Holmes, M.D., and Trish Hutchison, M.D. HCI Books, 2007.
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