Masculine and Feminine for Class 1! Gender is a topic that is often explored with children in primary school. It is important for children to understand the concepts of masculine and feminine, and how they differ.
There are many ways to explain the differences between masculine and feminine to children. One way is to think about the physical differences between boys and girls. Boys have more muscle mass and body hair than girls, and their voices are usually deeper. Girls have softer skin and longer hair, and their voices are usually higher-pitched.
Another way to explain masculine and feminine is through gender roles. In most societies, there are certain expectations for how boys and girls should behave. For example, boys are often expected to be tough and adventurous, while girls are often expected to be gentle and nurturing.
Children usually start exploring their own gender identity around the age of three or four.
Masculine and Feminine for Class 1
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