logo – Boys vs. Girls

December 20th, 2012 logo“Several years ago, Irene Shere, director of the Early Childhood Consultation Center in Silver Spring, Maryland, walked into a preschool classroom “where the boys were tumbling and wrestling on the floor like puppies and the girls were seated at the tables doing art projects.” She says, “Sometimes the stereotypes do ring true – and not [only] due to exposure.” If you’ve been wondering why your boy rough-houses at every opportunity, while your little gal is content to play fairy princesses, you may be surprised to find out there are a whole lot of factors behind developmental differences at this age.”

Read more from the article Boys vs. Girls: Child Development at the Age of 3 featuring iBlankie creator, Irene Shere.

One Comment so far:
  1. Paula says:

    Yes, for sure if they are mature and intleligent.For example, as a teacher long before I had a family, I had detailed knowledge and experience with children even more than some parents have. Same with nannies, or early childhood education workers they don’t need to have their own children to have a vast skill set and great experience.And sometimes it’s just hearing another point of view!

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