Your Answers: What is your most precious possession?

We learn what Ukrainian refugees took along with them as they fled, and now we want to know: What is your most precious possession?

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My Snoopy blanket is the most precious possession I have because it helps me sleep. it also makes me happy when I am having a bad day. When I am sad it cheers me up.

— Stephanie, Harding Middle School


My most precious possession is my phone, because it has my life on it and knows more about me than anybody does.

— Maya, Independence Middle School


My most precious possession would be my basketball! I love to shoot hoops with it, and dribble the ball around. That's why I would choose my basketball as my most precious possession.

— Allen, Falls-Lenox Primary School


My most precious possessions is my sketch book. This is because I put a lot of hard work into my drawings, taking a while in learning about the things I draw before I actually draw them, this is because I believe that talent will only get better if you practice it. So that's why I keep going and progressing in making new art such as different and new animals.

— Jordan, Chagrin Falls Intermediate School


My most precious possession is my gold necklace. My father got me and my sisters each a real gold necklace for Christmas last year. My necklace is so special to me, I NEVER take it off, I sleep with it, and I shower with it, and its on me everywhere I go. It has a gold heart pendant with three dolphins inside it, because my dad knows how much i love the ocean!

— Emily, Applewood Elementary

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