TALK Puberty App 12+

Puberty Conversation Starter

Lori Reichel

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings
    • $2.99



The TALK Puberty app is a simple tool to help families and teachers have conversations on the topic of puberty and adolescence.

Research has shown that parents and teachers want ways to start and continue conversations with their children and students on basic growing up topics. The TALK Puberty app was created to prompt these conversations.

Simply click on one of the five sections, then swipe through the provided questions children commonly ask about puberty and adolescence. To increase your feelings of comfort, state questions aloud one at a time. By doing this, the questions serve as a “cue to action” – this means the actual asking of a question encourages you to talk.

Over 150 questions are provided and are broken down into five sections: Basic Questions About Puberty, Questions About Most Girls, Questions About Most Boys, Other Questions Children Often Ask*, and Open-Ended Questions. Within the first four sections, brief answers are provided on the slides following the questions. If additional information is needed, refer to a reliable resource including your local medical professional. Some resources are also noted within the app.

Recommended to be used with children ages 7 through 15, although people of all ages are welcome to use the questions to have interactive conversations about real life. By opening that line of communication now, you are creating a safer and healthier environment for your children and students to return and ask more complex questions as they get older. Remember – the word TALK is a verb. Talking helps us feel more connected and builds trust.

• The terms “girls” and “boys” are used within this app due to many children being more concrete learners when they are younger.
• Although the terms “girls” and “boys” are used during anatomical references, it is important to remember that someone can have a vulva even if they don’t identify as a girl or a penis even if they don’t identify as a boy.
• The section titled “Other Questions Children Often Ask” contains a variety of questions including those about consent, identity, sexual health, and safety.
• The TALK Puberty app needs to be purchased for download. This decision was made to support your privacy and to ensure your use of the app, including the conversations you have with family members, friends, and students, is not interrupted by any advertisements.

For more help for talking about puberty and adolescence, listen the Puberty Prof Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts.

Information about the app’s creator:
• Lori Reichel is a nationally recognized Health Educator.
• Lori's corresponding book, Common Questions Children Ask About Puberty: Insights from a nationally recognized health education expert, received the Mom’s Choice Award, the B.R.A.G. Medallion Medal, and the Wishing Shelf Bronze Award.
• For more information about the app’s creator, go to

What’s New

Version 1.0.2

Thanks for your feedback! We listened and added more open-ended questions.

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

GoPuberty! ,

Great Conversation App!

I have the book and was excited when the app came out! I have had conversations with parents of elementary/middle school children, about the book but don’t have it with me. Showing them the app on my phone has been super helpful and I think the parents are often more interested than the kids! This tool is such a great conversation starter as children are so curious but do not always feel comfortable talking about puberty. Thank you for this great resource!

SamTom26 ,

Amazing App!

This app is hands down the best way to teach children and families about puberty. The app is super easy to use and will guide you into these important conversations. These conversations are never easy, but this is a great tool to help. This app should be in every family! 10 out of 10 recommend!!

dance29 ,

Love the open-ended q’s

I love that this app is not over-complicated. It allows time to actually think about the questions and the language it uses is very personable. A lot of the time, other health apps use hard to understand medical language. I also love the open ended questions that help encourage listening and bonding.

App Privacy

The developer, Lori Reichel, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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