An animated series and interactive learning resource for kids, families and schools. Adapted from the world’s best how-babies-are-made book.


Funny, frank and embarrassment-free, The Amazing True Story of How Babies Are Made helps parents and teachers answer that dreaded question: “Where do babies come from?”




All three episodes:

Episode 1: Girls and Boys (7:17)
How boys’ and girls’ bodies are different, how they develop and grow and how they start producing sperm and eggs.

Episode 2: Sperm Meets Egg (5:29)
You only need one sperm and one egg to make a baby, but how do they get together?

Episode 3: A Baby Grows (9:01)
A fertilised egg doesn’t become a baby overnight, it takes nine months to become a brand new human being!

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Family Resource Kit


All three episodes

PLUS family learning resources:

  • Three visual glossaries of keywords with interactive audio

  • Three fun multiple-choice quizzes to help consolidate learning

  • Examples of curious questions that might come up, with suggested answers

Designed especially for families by leading sexuality education experts.

classroom kit

$399 annual subscription

All three episodes

PLUS classroom learning resources:

  • Teachers notes

  • Six lesson plans for the classroom

  • Four Infographics

  • Three quizzes

  • Body bits glossary

Created by leading sexuality education experts, the materials are targeted to the Australian curriculum and can also be used in schools worldwide.



Firstly, I want to say that I LOVE this resource. It is cute, informative and just what we need, not only in Australia, but globally.
— Bonnie Lee, Schools Team Manager, Family Planning Victoria
This is the most DIVINE and funny and really informative video ... I think EVERY parent, school will want to show their kids — makes it not awkward and taboo and takes the pressure off the parents who only really know the ‘rudey bits’ because no one taught us properly.
— Heidi, Mother
It’s a great resource for parents ... you can share it together and then without the pressure just talk about it afterwards.
— Holly, Mother
ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT! It is wonderful. I think kids will really enjoy the animation as it is very funny and engaging.
— Melissa Rogers, Grade 2 Teacher, NSW
I kinda knew what IVF was but I did not fully understand it properly... This gave me a full understanding of it overall.
— Max, 10
It’s just something that you want to watch because it’s funny.
— Jessica, 8