These aree all things I've heard spoken in the Kindy room at my centre. Not by the staff, by the children.
In a teasing voice: "S is a girl! He's a little girl!"
"I'm not a girl, I don't have long hair!"
"I don't want that, that's a girls' toy!"
"Eew, he's got the girls' one!"
"I don't wanna pick up the girls' basket!"
"You're not a woman, you're a girl!"
"Only boys are aloud to pplay with his!"
"I only want boys playing with me."
Yeah, I know. My toddlers don't do this.
Also, what's with all the push back (from adults) when I give a presumed male child pink sheets? They're just sheets for crying out loud!