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HOW BOYS AND GIRLS DIFFER: The First Six Years DVD
Parents, teachers and other child care providers need to know what the real difference is between how boys and girls develop. Girls have more acute hearing than boys and begin talking a bit sooner, but boys show superior spatial intelligence even in the first year. Girls start life growing physically faster and at a more steady rate. Girls develop social skills sooner than boys and are more interested in people and feelings even in the first year of growth. What do these and other gender differences mean for parents and caregivers? Do they contribute to stereotypes? How can parents nourish the whole child?