This seems purely innocent. You might broach the subject to the children and offer to answer questions they might have about their bodies, and what the parts do/are. Perhaps you could even show pictures (non-graphic of course) of a vulva and testicular region and explain each part's name and function. The normalcy of this may help open a dialogue of communication and releive a stigma that many children face in comminucating with adults about their growing/changing bodies. I think the important part is to strive to make this a learning endeavor not a scolding or embarrassing issue.
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