Each week, The Sentinel publishes stories we receive to prompts in Kids World and on www.cumberlink.com. This week’s Kids Speak Out prompt was “If I could have any skill, I would want ...”

“If I could have any skill, I would want to ride on a unicorn. If it was real, I would have fun riding on it. I love unicorns.”

Lyrik Shires

Grade 2

Newville Elementary School

“If I could have any skill, I would want to be jumping on roofs like Spider-Man.”

Garrett Wickard

Grade 2

Newville Elementary School

“If I could have any skill, I would want to have great strategies. If there is a machine that wouldn’t work, I could just follow the wire to the outlet. In LasterTron at the Sports Emporium, I could take cover when someone is shooting at me. If I get stuck on a word in a story, I would use reading strategies to get past it. If my coat gets stuck in a locker, I could find out how to get it out of it. If I am playing a game, I would make strategies to beat it. If I am playing chess, I would find out what to do.”

Tyler White, 9

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

“If I could have any skill it would be art. It is amazing to me! I really like art because it makes stress go away. How does stress go away? By drawing, of course! Drawing makes stress fade.”

Irelyn Weaver, 8

Grade 2

Newville Elementary School

“If I could have any skill, I would want super strength because I would be able to break out of a car if I get in an accident and then I could be safe. ... Also, if I had super strength, I could be able to throw (and demolish) cars in front of me if they had no one in them.”

Timmy Colistra, 9

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

“If I could have any skill it would be climbing because it is fun and you can get to higher places. You get a better view in a tree. You could find things that are far away.”

Alex Alston, 7

Grade 2

Newville Elementary School

“If I could have any skill, I would have ‘bringing cats to me’ because, first, I want every cat to be adopted because I feel super sad if they don’t have an owner. Second, because they are so fluffy and cute. When I grow up, I am going to be a cat lady!”

Aradia Rios, 9

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

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