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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Evil Good Discipline Physical safety BOTH Everyone thought thatBeowulf was an angelsent from God himself.But why would God only care about his reputation? That means a girl is likely to respond better to discipline strategies such as praise or warnings like "Don't do that" or "Use your words." Both man and beast believed that they would come out on when their side of the story was told.What made Beowulfstand out? BOYS GIRLS Why don't boys seem to listen? Turns out their hearing is not as good as girls' right from birth, and this difference only gets greater as kids get older double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Beowulf, the hero.Was he in it for thegood of the people,or himself? Physical safety Boys and modern education are not an idyllic match. An indoor-based day and an early emphasis on academics and visual-auditory (as opposed to hands-on) learning ask a lot of a group that arrives at school less mature GIRL VS BOY Boys vs. Girls: Who's Harder to Raise they say its hard to raise a boy than a girl girls need beauty and girls rule and boys drool!! "Boys and girls are each harder in different ways." Who's harder? Boys Self-esteem Who's harder? Girls Boy's of the age 5-12 are constantly fightingIn general, boys are more rambunctious and aggressive, experts say double click to change this header text! Developing a healthy self-image is critical to all kids. But as the more compliant and people-oriented gendergirls tend to grow up less confident and more insecure than boys double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Self-esteem Discipline Taking risks lights up the pleasure centers of their brains. Many parents find they have to keep a closer eye on what a son is "getting into," or use more bandages. girls take last risk on stuff as guys do everyday School School relatively recent acceleration of the pre-K and kindergarten curricula has occurred without awareness that the brain develops at different sequences in girls and boys, Dr. Sax says. Music, clay work, finger painting, and physical exerciseearly-ed activities that once helped lively kids acclimate to MARTHA LUNA COURTNEY REYES
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