By Rachel Pratt
Enter any early childhood setting and there is a good chance you will see some gendered play and behaviour.
Our profession is female dominated and early childhood settings can be feminised environments.
But equitable play and learning opportunities for girls is important.
It is also important to be aware of and not miss the mark when it comes to boys’ particular needs.
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