1. Prenatal Development, 16mm Film, color, 23 minutes, CRM/McGraw Hill Films, Del Mar, Calif.
Interviews with researchers and footage of the developing fetus are combined to bring the viewer the lates theories and information about biological and psychological growth which occurs during the fetal stage of embryonic growth.
2. Prenatal Care, Filmstrip/Record Combination, National Health Films, Atlanta, GA.
Live-action photography and color-art are used in illustrating the various aspects of care. Emphasis is placed on the importance of early and continuous prenatal care for every mother during each pregnancy.
3. Pregnancy and Birth, 16mm Film, color, 12 minutes, Educational Film Division.
Embryo and fetal development from the moment of conception until the birth of the infant are covered. Illustrations of the stages of the fetus are shown and explained.
4. Human Sexuality Transparencies, Overhead Transparencies, DCA Educational Products, Inc.,
This set of transparencies covers male and female anatomy, adolescent growth and development, human reproduction, prenatal development and birth.
5. Human Growth and Development, 10 Filmstrips and tapes, International Teaching Tapes, Inc.
These tapes and filmstrips present an overview of heredity. They include, Who do you look like, Changing from girl to woman, Changing from boy to man, How traits are inherited, How living cells divide, How sex is inherited, How environment influences our inherited traits, Endocrine gland and hormones, Menstruation and pregnancy, Gestation and birth of a baby.
6. Inside My Mom, Filmstrip with cassette, March of Dimes.
The concept that good nutrition is a basic element of life and is necessary for optimum prenatal development is the theme of this entertaining and informative cartoon.
7. Life Before Birth, 2 Filmstrips and cassettes, Time Inc.
These filmstrips show photographs of actual embryonic and fetal development up to the ninth month. The filmstrips illustrate fertilization, cell division, and implantation. The photographs are excellent.
8. More Than Love, Filmstrip and cassette, March of Dimes.
This filmstrip emphasizes that having a baby is a serious decision and that getting prenatal care is important. It also discusses and illustrate congenital birth defects.