How Do You Talk About The Birds And The Bees?
i really like birds. I used to take care of a hummingbird which used to build his nest on my berries tree in my backyard and in a few days she had 4 little birds and they started eating my berries LOL! To be honest i was upset because i used those barriers to make jam and meantime i don’t to scare them or leave to i bought them some sunflower seeds from the store and put them a plate for water and that helped ! they started to eat the bird food instead of berries. And now many other kinds of birds visit the tree every morning to eat cereals.
• Know specifically you want to talk about. Do you want to discuss the finer points of things? Do you want to talk about relationships, or birth control? All this needs to be decided before You jump into this conversation. • Do your research. You might have been given incorrect or vague information in ways of sexual education. Consider incorporating books and other sources into your discussion. If you have a young child, consider books and stories that are age appropriate. For example, Birds, Bees, Babies is a story about the birds and the bees that does not discuss sex. If your child is older, you may wish to find resources that are geared to the needs of his or her particular age group. • Always search valid websites if you are doing research on the web. You don’t want to misinform who you are teaching. • Make a Plan. This should consist of what you want to address, how you want to address it, when, and other details. • Do this specific to your situation. There is no universal protoc