The experiences of childhood directly, consciously or unconsciously, affect our parenting styles, the character of our children, and the direction of societies.
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I have this to be just the opposite at my facility. The girls make all kinds of structures, which include transportation, animals and people. The boys tend to play only with the blocks, building structures.
In all of the Child Care Programs I was honored to work in and support I always made sure there there were at least 10 to 12 different types of blocks available to the children. I think the diversity of blocks was another component to providing opportunities for both Girls and Boys to explore, create, build and share their creations and thoughts.
On another note! I was in NYC at the Logo Store and I did see a number of boys AND girls diving into the individual bins and selecting a plethora of legos(colors, shapes and sizes!)