Sam and his bullies- An essay by a 7 year old

I’m super excited and feeling at the top of my world to share a very personal piece of writing, written by my 7-year-old son. He was given the following words as a prompt for his second-grade homework and he came up with this story about bullying. I have typed the story exactly how he wrote in his journal. Please feel free to leave comments which I’ll later share with him.It will mean a lot to him.

Words: Exclaimed, Finally, Form, History, Public, Rules, United, Writers.

Once upon a time, there was someone named Sam who got bullied by everyone in his school. Every time they tried to bully Sam, he loses.One day Sam won against the tallest and the meanest person in the school.Then he exclaimed to his parents that he is winning against the bullies. Then the bullies came up with more new plans. The Sam tried to fight back but he lost. Then he came up with new tricks for the bullies to make them think he is going to fall for it but he didn’t.

Then one day, when Sam was playing basketball with a bully, the bully tried to trick him by watching the ball go into the hoop. But Sam didn’t fall for it. He first ran to his opponent, then he jumped over his head by using it as a bounce plate to the hoop.

His opponent tried to get the ball but Sam did this amazing last step. He jumped out of the net and landed on the bully and the bully tripped. Then when everyone saw the game they clapped for Sam. Sam went in the history of the school as ” strongest kid in the public school”.

Then the teachers got united and gave Sam a form for the anti-bullying rule and he finally made the best anti-bullying rules for the school, everyone could find.Sam became one of top 10 writers in the world to write about anti-bullying in school. His friend in another school said that he did one of the most famous stunt called the head bounce pad stunt and he was famous.

–Siddharth Sood

77 thoughts on “Sam and his bullies- An essay by a 7 year old

  1. Wow! This is amazing Megha. You’ve raised a good child, he’s wonderful. Salute to you! P.S. I’m sure he will be a talented writer like you, at a young age he’s already showing his skills. 🌻

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    1. Thanks Graci.Don’t know about his carreer choice.haha. But I was overwhelmed by his underlying idea about the anti bullying story with those words. Thanks so much for leaving comment. He is super excited.

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      1. Yes, indeed. Having that attitude as a young child is awesome. I think it is important for the children to be aware of that, as we’ve heard about the news, the bullying at school is getting worst, which affects the mental and emotional health of the kids, and sometimes if they can’t contain it anymore it leads to suicide which is terrible. Sam is starting on the right track. He will surely help a lot of children on school to fight bullying. And you are welcome Megha. 😊❤ 🌼🌻

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      2. Thanks so much Graci.Yes, bullying is a very a sensitive issue in the present education system and needs to be tackled with sensitivity. Both the bullies and the victim are part of it.Again, I appreciate you reading and commenting.I showed your to my son and he is jumping up and down with joy.Love and hugs to you.

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  2. I was so smiling while reading this. I can understand how you must be feeling right now. This moment is so special. Cherish it.
    About the essay, your son is very creative. Can see from where he got such creativity. God bless him.

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  3. Haha! wait,
    Is the piece written by a seven year old? Are you sure about it Megha? I guess not. this was way too beautiful and he helped you to get one more write up for your ongoing analogy- the social evils.
    Hey sid! hello. I am your fan. See your fan club is expanding. haha. A fan club at seven. Chills! Keep up your good work. And I guess you are old enough to get yourself a blog.
    And yes I too love playing basketball as Sam does.

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    1. That’s such a cool comment Shreya.yes I realized the same thing that he write about one of the social evils too. Thats why it was overhwhelming.Believe me, he really wants to start his own blog but I’m one stopping him.

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      1. Haha.No I only stop him cause he is little young to manage a blog..will let him do once he gets a little older.For now, I’m saving the stories.Thanks Shreya.He read your comments and he is happy that u too play basketball.

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  4. Megha, you must be proud. Children see the world in such a simple and illuminating way. This was a pleasure to read and thank you so much for sharing.

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  5. Your son is very talented and it’s great he took on the topic of bullying! So many people talk about needing to do something about it but once it starts coming from the kids things will start to change more. He seems very strong! Keep writing!

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    1. Thanks so much for reading and leaving your precious comment.Yes, bullying is a very sensitive thing as it affects both the physical and emotional health of a kid.He will be delighted to see your comment.

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  6. I couldn’t stop smiling whilst reading this incredible piece! Dear Siddharth, you’ve got yourself a new fan. I shall wait patiently for you to grow up, create your own blog and write thounds of bestsellers! Keep making your mommy proud, ok? Talent runs in the family I see, Megha! 🙂

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      1. He does, He writes everyday in his school journal and also whenever he comes up with a story. I’m saving them but this one really moved me so I published it.Thanks for your suggestions.Much appreciated. Love and Hugs.

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  7. Even at such a young age his creativity comes with a valuable lesson: stand up to the bullies. I can see why you are a proud momma!

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  8. Your son is so talented! So many teenagers my age definitely need to read this, because they think that it’s okay and that they can degrade others or that we can’t fight back. Kudos to him! You must be such a proud mother.

    Bullying happens so much on anonymous messaging apps. I have been bullied for several years now and it happens mostly on social media. People take advantage of anonymous messaging apps and it happens to so many people. There have been so many suicides because of apps like them. Could you guys sign my petition to get apps like Sarahah and other anonymous messaging apps banned. They do more harm than good. Here is the petition link:
    https://www.change.org/p/theresa-may-mp-ban-anonymous-messaging-apps-like-sarahah

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