My Body! What I Say Goes!: Teach children body safety, safe/unsafe touch, private parts, secrets/surprises, consent, respect

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My Body! What I Say Goes!: Teach children body safety, safe/unsafe touch, private parts, secrets/surprises, consent, respect

My Body! What I Say Goes!: Teach children body safety, safe/unsafe touch, private parts, secrets/surprises, consent, respect

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The book also introduces the concept of a safety network, which consists of five people that children can talk to if they’re feeling worried or unsafe. Wroten in a way young children will understand without being too scary or complicated, this book will help teach and guid children not only to understand these issues, but to speak up about them too. Jay is also an accomplished children's book author, writing a number of titles for such literacy series as ZigZags, Totally Kidz, Deadly and Incredible, and a children's picture book series for Penguin. This book can help us teach them and help them to learn consent and what touch is safe and what is not okay. This comprehensive, empowering and age-appropriate children’s book will teach children about respect, consent and body boundaries.

I help parents to talk about sex (with less cringe and more confidence) and empower their child to make smart sexual decisions. Jay is a mother of three daughters and was a school councillor at her local school for over seven years.

demonstrates understanding one's body, their personal boundaries, and how important consent is to a child. As he’s young, I reworded parts and used examples but it was really helpful in bringing to light a tricky topic. It aims to educate using a good choice of words can help parents whilst teaching their children about their "private parts" and can be used as a guide and a fun learning/reading experience.

Parenting is tough and knowing we can't always be by our kids sides to make sure they are safe is scary. I wish there were a better way of talking about the difference between secrets and information that’s simply private. It also includes discussion questions at the end to help parents extend the conversation and get even more out of the book.

The book is still a valuable resource for teaching kids about body safety and promoting healthy sexuality. I wanted to implement into our reading routine books about personal empowerment and that she is in control of her body and who touches it. Jay participated in Protective Behaviours professional development and attended numerous conferences on the topic to educate herself in how to keep children safe and provide them with prevention education. More importantly, Jay is a mother of three teenage girls and has been a school councillor at her local primary school for over seven years.

My son’s curiosity about who has what body parts naturally flowed into a conversation about consent and what should be kept private. I work as a nanny, and so I’ve been starting to lowkey look for resources to share with parents about keeping their children safe and equipping their children with important skills. Prevents them from suppressing their emotions and it prompts them to speak up and advocate for them selves. I have a three year old that always picks up this book for me to read to him, and he goes “my body, what I say goes”!Jay's ongoing passion for the safety and empowerment of children continues today with new manuscripts and free-to-download Body Safety resources always in the wings. There are a couple of things I would change, like including nipples in the discussion of private parts and using more inclusive language. Since that time, she has authored and produced numerous award-winning titles for the educational publishing industry. The book mentions that boys usually have a penis, testicles, and a bottom, but I personally prefer to include nipples too, as they are part of the body and can be important to discuss as kids grow older. It emphasizes that we shouldn’t keep secrets about our bodies and explains the importance of personal boundaries and asking for consent before touching someone else.



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