"where do babies come out of when they're born?"Wait, isn't the clitoris just a bundle of nerves? Does it serve any purpose other than stimulation? Seems unnecessary to teach that to a young child.
We talk about that stuff in stages. As the conversation comes up. They know girls have a vagina and boys have a penis. But we call it 'cootie' and 'pee pee' in conversation. I want them to know the appropriate terms, but they're still children. I don't need to hear them saying penis and vagina.
But, if you're talking "in stages", then vagina isn't appropriate either. Vagina is the tube, the canal, the "potential space", which little girls (hopefully) won't be using for many years. The external parts...the parts little girls care about...are collectively known as vulva.
Personally, I had my little kids (both boys and girl) call it "pee pee". Universal, non-offensive, and describes the object as well as the function.
"well, they come out of a hole in your cootie. But that part is actually called your vagina"
That's not misinforming. And it was answered when the question was asked.
Using my iphone. Expect typos.