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What do men and women do?

Updated Thursday, 12th July 2007

Explore the assumptions that children make based on gender with this activity that you can download and print.

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This activity is something you can do with children between about 4 and 11 years old. It’s based on a test that psychologists have used to explore children’s expectations of gender. At the very least, it can get you and your child into an interesting talk.

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