For Boys and Girls

Here are Broogly we’re not keen on stereotypes. But the fact remains that there are some projects that are particularly suited to capturing the attention and energy of active boys and others that will particularly approve to the creativity and patience of girls. And there’s some projects that will likely appeal to boys and girls alike Of course that doesn’t mean that girls can’t do projects that are ideal for boys - and vice versa!

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