Brain Pop Exploration- Puberty!

Hey, gang!

Now that we’re discussing puberty, I’m sure you have a lot of questions. I’d like you to watch a few of the brain pops on growth and development. You should watch them in this order, do the practice quizzes (no need to send me the answers) and then write down three facts that stood out or wonderings you have for each one.  

  1. Body Weight
  2. Adolescence
  3. Puberty

If there is time left over, you can watch any of the videos on personal health.

Additional videos on personal health (acne, stress, menstruation, etc.)

You can also be free to go on to KidsHealth.org and read any of the articles you’d like.

You should all have head phones to watch the videos on their own, you can run to your lockers to get them if you need to.

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