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  • Specifically created for Middle School Students with age-
    appropriate language and images.
  • Seminars are broken out into modular units that can be readily
    adapted to a school's curriculum.
  • Teacher Friendly and Easy to Use – Plug & Play design means
    less effort required by busy teachers.  
  • Parent Approved - Unanimously Voted by Parent Associations
    across the City
  • 90% Approval rate by students.  Presented to over 5,000 students in
    a five year period.
  • Effective: 90%of students have said that  it helped them to better
    understand puberty and its changes.
  • Bright, colorful and engaging.  The visual intensity immediately
    engages students who are used to video games and other modern
  • DVD format gives schools the choice to print-out as many hand-
    outs and worksheets as needed – saving money and paper!
  • The gender-specific design creates a safe, stress free  learning
  • Removes the anxiety that most pre-teens experience as a result of
    puberty changes allowing them to focus on important academics –
    like math and reading.
For Girls
  • P2 Girls - Course Sample
  • Learning Personalities
  • What are Emotions
  • Learning Body Language
  • Good Body Image
  • Working on Self-Esteem
  • Managing the Emotional Cycle
  • Eating Disorders
  • Decision Making
  • Problem Solving  
  • Managing Peer Pressure
  • Good friend management
  • Cyber Safety
  • Families & Change
  • Learning Multiculturalism
For Boys
  • What’s Your Personality?
  • What are Emotions?
  • Learning Body Language
  • Managing Attitudes
  • The A2 (Attitude Adjustment)  
  • Body Image
  • Power
  • Dealing with Sadness
  • Decision Making
  • Problem Solving
  • Managing Peer Pressure
  • Families & Change
  • Learning Multiculturalism
For Boys & Girls - In Gender-Specific Classes
  • Sexuality - What Does that Mean? M
  • Making Smart Choices M
  • Toxic Relationships M
  • Healthy Relationships M
  • Sexual Harassment M
  • Bullying M
  • Sexual Identity M
  • Sexual Feelings M
  • Understanding the Consequences M
  • Pregnancy - the 411 M
  • Birth Control Methods M
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
For Girls:
  • Definition of Puberty
  • 4 Phases:  
  • Breast Development
  • Menstruation
  • Pubic Hair Development
  • Growth Spurt
  • Boys vs. Girls Development Chart
  • Overview of growth spurt changes
  • Height, Weight and Shape
  • How to deal with your changing
    body:  Review of good eating
  • Why we Sweat
  • Tips on Good Hygiene and
    Staying Fresh
  • Overview of 5 Stages of
    Development  - What to Expect
  • Staying Prepared
  • Managing your New Body Parts:  
  • Overview of External Female
  • Overview of Internal Female
  • Overview of the Menstrual Process
  • Getting Ready for Your First Period
For Boys:
  • We're All In This Together
  • What's Happening to My Body?
  • Growth Spurts
  • Face & Hair:  What to Expect
  • The Importance of Good Hygiene
  • Reproductive Organs
  • Stage of Growth:  Genitals
  • Stages of Growth:  Pubic Area
  • Health Concerns
  • Embarrassing Stuff Happens to
  • Working On You
  • Remembering the 3 Rs
               The Changing & Growing Program
Each Phase comes with hand-outs, reference sheets, evaluations and free access to our website and resource lists, vocabulary builders and other pertinent
information relating to puberty and health education.
Phase 1: All About My Body
(Grades 4-8)

Phase 1 focuses on the physical impacts of puberty and to prepare students for the
changes experienced during puberty. Phase 1 is designed to help young students accept
the changes as normal, natural parts of growing up.

Phase 2: All About Me
Grades 6-8)

These seminars explore the emotional side of the puberty. Using a gender-specific, workshop
format,  Delivers ample opportunities for discussion and expansion on relevant topics that
include: understanding emotions, understanding the emotional cycles, good body image,
self-esteem, eating disorders, cyber safety,  dealing with anger and stress and development of
two important life skills -  decision making and problem solving.  
Phase 3: All About Life
(Appropriate for Grades 7-8-9-10)

Phase 3 "All About Life"  uses both IAGB2 original, animated PowerPoint slides and a
series of interactive activities that develop
social and service learning skills. Topics
include looking at toxic vs. healthy relationships, bullying,  peer pressure, harassment,
sexuality, STDs, birth control options and relationship management skills.   
C&G Program Objectives
  1. Define puberty.
  2. Explore multiculturalism and diversity while emphasizing the universal traits
    of women.  
  3. Explain the contributing factors that initiate puberty.
  4. Foster self-esteem through the promotion of positive body images.
  5. Encourage productive methods of conflict resolution.
  6. Identify the physical and emotional changes that accompany puberty.
  7. Describe the appropriate care products and safety measures required for
    feminine hygiene.
  8. Discuss helpful techniques to address the mental/emotional issues that
    accompany puberty.
  9. Facilitate appropriate discussion between adolescent and caretakers.
  10. Promote positive inter-personal relationships among peers.