Each game can be modified by educators, and they are available for download below.
The games were deed to make sex education fun, accessible, inclusive and accurate — filling a gap in the sex education curriculum of many schools we reviewed. Please send an to norene [at] sexedproject [dot] org if you use them — we would love to hear your feedback! Game Description: This engaging and interactive game allows students to play one on one or come together in a team setting.
The goal is for one student to get their peers to say a vocabulary word from one of the Sex Phrase without using the word itself. This game can go on for ten minutes or even longer depending on how many vocabulary words the teacher would like them to go through. Game Description: In this board game, each player has had no knowledge about healthy relationships, so they want to learn.
The way to win is to climb to the top of the building and conquer each level that you face with a question that will educate you. There are other obstacles such as bombs that will penalize you for getting the questions on their floor wrong, but that only makes you want to learn more.
Video games deserve a place in sex education
Get to the top and you will find your perfect match and make a perfect pair. Game Description: In this fun interactive board game, each player is a student that is trying to complete high school successfully.
As players move around the board from locker to locker, they must answer reproductive health questions and guess vocabulary words to move forward. To win the game, a player must complete all four years of high school and reach the end first.
Broken Sex Phone: This game is a modified version of the game Telephone. At the end the message will become distorted, demonstrating the unreliability of word-of-mouth information.
It is meant to be an introductory game into a larger discussion about sexuality and society, and sexual images that become somewhat subliminal. This also introduces a discussion on common sexual slang.
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