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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Teaching Boys and Other Children Who Would Rather Make Forts All Day

I was given the opportunity to watch the “Teaching Boys and Other Children Who Would Rather Make Forts All Day” DVD created by the Institute for Excellence in Writing company. The DVD is essentially Andrew Pudewa presenting this topic at a conference of some sort, so it is visually nothing fancy, but it is jammed packed of very interesting information on generalized differences in boys and girls.

The DVD is priced at $10.00 and runs about 80 minutes. It is divided up into 3 parts…The 4 Forms of Relevancy, The 3 Laws of Motivation and The 2 Secret Weapons.

I found the information presented informative and highly helpful.
To peak your interest…who hears better, boys or girls? What types of words do boys use more often in writing and vice versa what words do girls use more often? How do boys and girls handle pain or stress differently? How do boys and girls see differently? Knowing these differences…we can then teach more effectively. The DVD also gives tips to motivate your child(ren) to do something they may not want to do. I would recommend this DVD or MP3 download (which is only $3.00) to anyone who is interested in gaining some additional wisdom about your children, especially those with boys.

I am always in awe of God and how he has created us not only as individuals, but also as male or female genders.

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Disclaimer---I received this product for free in exchange for my honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Yea! I loved learning the answers to those questions you mentioned when I watched this DVD. It really made me look at my children and understand that God created them inherently different simple based on gender, and that I could honor and respect that in my parenting and homeschooling.