13 thoughts on “Thought for the week

  1. I think that we can always make a difference in stereotypes because not only boys play with boys things but they can also play with girls things

  2. I think that it does not matter if you are a girl or a boy.A girl might like football and a boy might know how to do makeup so it does not matter. You can be anything you want boy or girl

  3. For this thought of the week,I think a way to challenge stereotypes is to say a word such as a youtuber but describe it more because if I said a gaming youtuber you would probably think of a boy even though girls can do it too.

  4. I feel like we should challenge stereotypes by giving them hard challenges like doing long division.Furthermore we should help them get a growth mindset and that could be a challenge for someone with a fixed mindset!!!πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

  5. We should challenge stereotypes because it set out people’s differences and opinions about religions,jobs,skin colour and fixed mindset

  6. We can challenge stereotypes by having a bit more of a growth mindset because how would you push someone to the right way if you have a fixed mindset so especially you would keep on giving up.😌😌😌

  7. I think challenging stereotypes means that anyone can do things not depending on their opinions,religion,appearance ,race or gender. Every one can play football and both girls and boys can play with any toy 😊

  8. I think we should challenge stereotypes by having a growth mindset not a fixed minset because it’s really bad because if you don’t try to make an effort that’s really bad

  9. Stereotypes are your response to something, although it is not always correct. For example, when you see a barbie toy you’d think of a girl, but, boys can also play with a “girly” toy.πŸ’β€β™‚οΈπŸ’πŸΏβ€β™‚οΈπŸ’πŸ’πŸΏ

  10. It doesn’t matter if you are a boy,girl,young or old for example: Taylor is playing football for the first time but he doesn’t know how to play. Emily comes to help him but he refused for Emily to help him because he knows mostly boys play football but then he since he refused for Emily to help he decided to stop playing because nobody helped him and he doesn’t want Emily to help him

    Now the story of young/old (still same moral) : “Dad my bike’s wheel has gone flat can you please help?” Asked Jake
    “Sorry,I’m busy right now.” Said Jake’s dad
    “I can help you!” Stated Jake’s Grandfather
    “No,you’re too old to do it so go!” Replied Jake
    So that was that but if Jake did let his grandfather help him do you think it’ll be quicker instead of waiting for a busy parent?

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