MY BODY BELONGS TO ME

 - The show -

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This show is designed for children from grades k-2, and is presented in different versions, depending on the age of the children and the nature of the population.

My Body Belongs to Me tells a story about Amy, who has just learned in school about private parts and safeguarding rules. But in reality, Amy encounters confusing situations, in which she finds it difficult to know what is right and what is wrong, what is allowed and what is not allowed. As she searches for her lost and beloved doll, Amy reconstructs these situations with the help of the children in the audience. Together – through song, dance, puppets and fun – they all learn how to protect themselves.

 

The show is performed by one actress.

This show is intended for children from grades k-2 k-3.

Written and directed by: Yael Feder
Translated by: Keren Lerner-Geron

Max viewers: up to 70 participants.

Duration of the show: 45 minutes.

Cartoon characters

We never go anywhere, anyway, unless our parents say it's OK.
If it's a stranger, or even someone we know we always say NO!

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Recommendations:

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The show transfers, in a pleasant, friendly, and non-threatening way, important and sensitive content, and creates a cooperative response from the children.

Betty Ritbo, national instructor in the Sexual Abuse Prevention Unit, the Psychological Guiding Service of the Israeli Ministry of Education.

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There's nothing better than to watch this show to understand the enormous influence and wonderful experience that the children have as audience members

Mali Haim, educator. Hertzelia

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A one of a kind show! As a social worker and a mom, I have to say that this is a show that has no other like it. In a smart, creative, humorous and sensitive manner, the actress succeeds in sending a clear and unambiguous message. In my daughters kindergarten, one of the dads said that he's sure every abused child who has seen the show, will absolutely report it! Carry on!

Tamar, mother. Tel-Aviv