Let’s Talk About Body Boundaries, Consent and Respect

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Let’s Talk About Body Boundaries, Consent and Respect

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Teaching young children about body boundaries, both theirs and others, is crucial to a child’s growing sense of self, their confidence and how they should expect to be treated by others. A child growing up knowing they have a right to their own personal space, gives that child ownership and choices as to what happens to them and to their body. It is equally important a child understands, from a very young age, they need to respect another person’s body boundary and ask for their consent when entering their personal space. This book explores these concepts with children in a child-friendly and easily-understood manner, providing familiar scenarios for children to engage with and discuss. Also included are in-depth Discussion Questions for parents, caregivers and educators to further enhance the learning and to initiate important conversations around body boundaries, consent and respect. For children ages 4 to 10.

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Sensitive, yet straight to the point. Jayneen Sanders has written the perfect book to start critical conversations between parent and child about consent and respect.
— Dr Justin Coulson PhD, parenting expert and author of '21Days to a Happier Family': www.justincoulson.com
‘Let’s Talk About Body Boundaries, Consent and Respect’ is another wonderful book by Jayneen Sanders which mediates effective social and emotional learning. Jayneen is a writer who is dedicated to ensuring that the youngest children grow up to be inclusive, aware of boundaries, peaceful, respectful and empathetic. THINK EQUAL’s global education programme has curated 3 of her other books – for good reason: they are treasure troves of powerful learning which builds the foundations for our children in their early years, to ensure a safe, free and equal world.
— LESLEE UDWIN | FOUNDER & CEO of THINK EQUAL 'Empowering Change Through Education' www.thinkequal.com | Director of the documentary film India’s Daughter
What a brilliant book. The concepts of respect and consent are explained so clearly, with relevant examples for kids. My girls are 3 and 5 and they loved it and understood it well. Should be a mandatory topic in schools. Can’t recommend this book highly enough!
— Dr Marnie Cumner, D.Psych. (Clinical Neuropsychology) MAPS, CCN Clinical Neuropsychologist