5 things mums need to know about little boys and their penisesUnderstanding Boys by Bec Cavalôt
Now the nappy’s off, is your son taking his relationship with his penis to another level? This is what I’ve learned about little boys and their favourite body part since toilet training my sons.
How the #StillABoy campaign is challenging gender stereotypesUnderstanding Boys
My 4-year-old son’s favourite colour is pink. He has more girl-friends than boy-friends. He sometimes asks me to put his hair in a ponytail. He likes pretending he has a baby in his tummy.
The coach approach: a motivation method for boysUnderstanding Boys by Alex Sylvan
Research shows that boys are more likely to meaningfully pursue goals that they have devised themselves, rather than ones that have been written for them. It’s just one of the many reasons coaching works for boys.
How to help your son harness the power of social languageUnderstanding Boys by Claire Clarke
Young kids who have more developed social language skills ﬁnd it easier to manage themselves, relate to others, resolve conﬂict, and feel positive about themselves and the world around them.
Why rites of passage are vital to boysUnderstanding Boys by Dr Arne Rubinstein
A quarter of young Australian males have experienced a mental health disorder in the past 12 months. Dr Arne Rubinstein, expert on adolescent development, explains why he believes rites of passage could be the solution our sons need.
How gender stereotypes can restrict boys’ learningUnderstanding Boys by Meg Adem
Growing research indicates that our gender-based stereotyping can actually restrict our boys’ learning and potential. Should we stop typecasting our kids?
10 awesome YouTube channels for boysUnderstanding Boys by Caroline Kerr
Sick of censoring your son’s internet surfing? Rethink entertainment for boys with mild Minecraft tips, scientific exploration, male bonding, and random fun on YouTube.
This 11-year-old boy is a multi-tasking masterUnderstanding Boys