Not a fan of sex ed? Don’t enroll your kindergartner in a Dutch school then!

Guess what, people? Sex ed isn’t hush-hush over in The Netherlands as it is in other countries (I’m looking at you, America). In fact, kids as young as four are educated on everything from love and healthy relationships. And kids just a wee bit older are schooled on safe sex and birth control. This sex-ed program takes place during a week in the spring called ‘lentekriebels’, which translates to ‘spring fever’.

So kindergartners aren’t exactly learning everything teens learn in sex-ed, but they are taking classes that allow them to ask questions and to open up a conversation that will lead to a more healthy way of viewing sex.

Check out the video below to see just what these kinder kids are getting up to during lenterkriebels – it’s SFW, I assure you.

Via Upworthy

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Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. Some of her main passions include philosophy, art, travel, and sarcasm.

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