4. My Body is My Body Children’s Programme

A short, interactive course on body safety and empowerment for young children. This engaging course includes videos, songs, games, and crucial information suitable for young children of all ages, and provides an enjoyable learning experience for adults too.

A short, interactive course on body safety and empowerment. This engaging course includes videos, songs, games, and crucial information suitable for young children of all ages, and provides an enjoyable learning experience for adults too.

Welcome Teachers, Parents, and Community Leaders.

We invite you to share an invaluable resource with your children, students, and community members:
a short, interactive course on body safety and empowerment. This engaging course includes videos, songs, games, and crucial information suitable for young children of all ages, and provides an enjoyable learning experience for adults too.

Our 6 songs and objectives:

Our course features 6 key songs, each with specific objectives. These are designed to empower children to understand and respect their own bodies, recognise uncomfortable situations, and confidently say NO when necessary. Here’s a brief overview of our 6 songs and objectives.

  1. My Body is My Body: Song 1
    Teaching children that their body belongs to them, emphasising the importance of body empowerment.
  2. If It Don’t Feel Right: Song 2
    Encouraging children to trust their feelings and assert their right to refuse in uncomfortable situations. Whether it involves peer pressure, strangers, or any scenario that does not feel right or feels uncomfortable to them.
  3. The ‘What If’ Game: Song 3
    Empowering children to say NO with authority through shared scenarios, preparing them for real-life situations where they need to make safe choices.
  4. If You’ve Got A Problem: Song 4
    Reinforcing the importance of speaking up about problems and persistently seeking a listening ear until they are heard.
  5. Love Is Gentle: Song 5
    Illustrating that love is kind, gentle, and rooted in caring, sharing, and trusting.
  6. Say “NO” To Secrets: Song 6
    Teaching children the importance of not keeping secrets that make them uncomfortable.

By participating in this course, you are not only educating the children in your life about body safety, but also fostering an environment of empowerment and respect. Together, we can make a significant impact on the well-being and safety of our children.

Let’s take this step towards creating a safer, more informed community for our children. Your involvement can make all the difference.

Thank you for your commitment to children’s safety and empowerment.

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About Instructor

Chrissy

As a celebrated singer and songwriter, Chrissy has not only made a name for herself in the music industry, but has also made a positive impact in the field of child welfare. Over 33 years ago, she created the My Body is My Body Programme, in collaboration with the Departments of Education and Human Services in the United States. After travelling the country and successfully presenting the program to over 350,000 children, she saw an opportunity to reach even more children by animating the program for distribution on the internet. Today, the program has been translated into 26 languages and has positively impacted over 2 million children in 60 countries through both online and in-person presentations. With the support of her dedicated team of worldwide Ambassadors and Volunteers, she continues to make a meaningful impact in the world of child protection. She is committed to creating a safer world for all children. The MBIMB Programme, Courses and Resources are all free of charge to everyone. Thanks to all those who have supported her mission and made it a success. www.mbimb.org MY Body is MY Body Foundation Charity Number 1199901

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Course Includes

  • 6 Lessons
  • Course Certificate
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