Gender Differences: Play School Boys will be boys and girls will be girls. This cliche is often true for both boys and girls especially when they are in their preschool years. Parents may witness a lot of tantrums from both the guys and girls in their boyish and girlish ways respectively. Parents need to understand that preschoolers are growing in their own natural way. Surprisingly, boys and girls get into the same kind of surroundings that a majority is in. Simply put, most growing girls genetically follow what is typical of girls of that age. For example: You may see your young child playing with kitchen toys if she is a girl, and trucks and cars if he happens to be a boy. Though nothing can be generalized on this aspect, it is how things go on for the majority. It is this stage, when preschoolers start making friends and it is important for parents to understand that any kind of bonding is good for kids. They are in their growing years and therefore it is the best to leave them alone in their own dreamy world. At this age, kids donâ€™t have the maturity to understand that gender plays no role in defining a personâ€™s behavior. They tend to follow stereotypes such as long hair means it has to be a girl and short hair means a boy and so on. Parents should comfortably enroll their children in co-education schools as it leads to decent and mature interactions as the person grows up. Though fights may happen, such experiences will eventually be useful in the long run. A child knows nothing about the world. All that they know are the things that they take in from their visual and aural senses. Firstly, boys and girls are wired differently. Boys are more stimulated by visual senses and that stands true even for preschoolers. They prefer gadgets over dolls and books. On the flip side, girls prefer the latter over the former. Some more differences are as follows:
Girls tend to speak earlier than boys. They are stimulated by all the senses unlike boys. They love their possessions and protect them with utmost care. They are more attached to their fathers during the growth years, as a consequence of mother child bonding. Boys Boys generally take up more space while sitting, standing or any other action. They are not very attentive during a conversation. They are visually more active They are likely to kick, hit, pull and engage in other such actions.
All in all, nature has a unique way of telling who is a male and who is a female.