By the time they reach adolescence, most students know how babies are made.
Some students, however, do not fully understand which sexual activities can lead to pregnancy and which do not.
In particular, students may not know the effectiveness of condoms or other birth control.
Baby Risks – Classroom Activity Kit (Download)
by Stephanie Mitelman, M.A., CSE, AASECT Certified Sexuality Educator
This is a great game for students to cement the information from a sex education chapter on anatomy and reproduction.
This game has students match sexual activities to the categories of High Risk, Possibility and No Risk groups for pregnancy.
These activities include perfect ways of using contraception or condoms and some common mistakes, giving students the tools they need to practice safer sex.
Students match the sexual activities to the categories and includes:
- 3 Category Cards (Hi Risk/Possible/No Risk)
- 30 Activity Cards
Duration: 20 minutes + discussion
Recommend Level: Grade 8-9 *
(*Contents of this game are sexually explicit and contain words that may not be appropriate for grades lower than Grade 8)
P.S. This is the E-version of the program that you can download immediately upon purchase. It contains the same contents as the Print version of the same program.
*With Same Day Downloads, You Can Print, Cut, and possibly Laminate the Programs Yourself
P.S.S. If you would like to also purchase the Print version of the same program please go to Baby Risks – Classroom Activity Kit