Sex education for teens ages from 10 and older

Changes in our bodies can create confusion and erode self-esteem. Equip young learners with knowledge about what to expect!

Sex education for teens ages from 10 and older

Equip children with the understanding they need to confidently face puberty

EdCraft helps children explore the importance of healthy relationships! Our health courses help to ease fears and to answer questions related to sex. Our courses are grounded in science and help students to confidently talk about their bodies without any shame.

Unit 1. Gender Constellations

Students learn the difference between gender, sex, and sexuality. The course explores human and animal anatomy to showcase the diverse ways sex, gender, and sexuality are expressed in the natural world.

Unit 2. Sexual Health

Boys and girls are two points of view on the world. But it's not so simple. In this unit your kids will know about gender, sex and relationships. We will talk about the myths about virginity, masturbation and threats that sex conceals.

Unit 3. Safety and Responsibility

Why do we care so much about sex safety? What questions are uncomfortable to discuss and why? And how to help yourself or someone who is feeling stressed about sex? These and more questions in the unit.

Unit 4. Awkward questions

Should I worry about my fantasies? What if I think something is wrong with me and my body? We am I different from my friends? These and other questions your kids could have in their minds.

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A cultural taboo about candidly discussing sexual health with young people can have dire consequences

45% of American 18-year olds don't know about contraception

Many parents still believe in abstinence-only education. So it's not surprising that 41 percent of American 18-year-olds know very little about condoms, and 45 percent don't know about contraception.

Just 24 states are teaching at least some sex education in schools!

A study found that only 24 states and the District of Columbia require sex-ed in schools. And five states require parental consent for students to learn about
sex and HIV.

20 million new cases of sexually transmitted diseases diagnosed from 15 to 24 y.o.

Nearly 750,000 teenagers in the United States will become pregnant this year; and half of the 20 million new cases of sexually transmitted diseases will be diagnosed in young people ages 15 to 24.

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We cover the most essential topics that bother kids and adults. And many more!

Masturbation. Should we be ashamed of it?

What is shameful and not shameful to talk about

Anatomy: boys and girls. Why were they built like this?

What do words “gender” and “sex” mean

Needs and boundaries in sexual relationships

Safety. Precaucions, contraceptions and behaviour

Myths and truth about virginity

Am I OK? Should I worry about my fantasies?

Risk reduction. How to stay and keep everyone safe.

The ultimate importance of the consent

LGBTQ: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identities

Orgasms. Everything you should know.


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experts in kids education

Courses are developed by subject experts from top US and international universities. Our content creators are doting parents, committed educators, and lovers of learning!

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Complete by yourself or together with your kid. It's fun, educational and takes only up to 10 minutes for the demo lesson.


Check out the feedback left on TrustPilot by our early users

Paul Davis
1 US

We want our children to be more successful than we are

I’m about finance man and I was searching for money management tools for my elder son, he is 11 yo. I suppose that understanding the value of money and how hard is it to earn is extremely important. You have to be able to appreciate other people and their achievements…

Last week I saw edcrafts ad on Facebook, so I requested a demo of their financial game. We tried personal budget topic right from iphone with Samuel.

Well, it works, the training format is good. Signed up for updates, waiting for the whole course to be released.

Alessandra Marissa
1 US

Sex education looks up-to-date

Met Edcraft on Facebook. The message was a bit aggressive and candid, so I decided to look deeper.
I’ve never seen sex education courses for kids before.
My oldest daughter is 10 yo, and I has already been asking tricky questions a couple of times. I suppose it’s a high time to talk to her seriously about sex.

I’m going to offer her that course and see how she reacts.
Loved the learning program; also took financial literacy demo lesson.

Carrillo Mark
1 US

Let’s try Edcraft courses

Samantha liked logic course. She was completely ready to save Maries dog from snatchers hands and solved all the puzzles. Ethan helped her twice, though. Ethan himself later said that emotion course was meant for girls like his sister, and he was interested in “managing more pocket money” instead.

I am trying to teach kids from an early age, they do even have their bank accounts, but they don’t manage them yet. I take all the decisions, but they see the consequences on the balance.

Waiting for full courses in February.

Makenna Breanna
1 US

I've preordered financial literacy

I’ve preordered financial literacy. Hope they will launch full course in February as promised.
I’m fond of Kiyosaki ideas. It’s a pity I got to know him too late.
When I was a student I took a lot of loans and only many years later I realized that these decisions were ineffective.
I hope my son won’t step into my shoes and learn how to handle money properly.
Edcraft has cool interface, it works well on iPhone.