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 were a star on YouTube, I would be famous for ...”

“If I were a star on YouTube, I would be famous for being a hunter. I shot a deer. It was a 10 point, and I would share my deer with the world. I would shoot one for everybody in the world and be the champion. I would help people in trouble and help the environment. I would not litter.”

Trent Davis, 8

Grade 2

Newville Elementary School

“If I were a famous star on YouTube, I would be famous for awesome trick shots. My site would be called EETS. It would stand for Easton’s Epic Trick Shots. I would be famous for trick shots because I love trick shots and I play baseball, which makes your arm strong. I would have the best YouTube channel.”

Easton Comp

Grade 3

East Pennsboro Elementary School

“If I were a star on YouTube, I would be famous for doing challenges and singing. I would be famous for doing challenges because I love taking risks and because I think challenges are lots of fun! I would be famous for singing because I write songs all the time, and my mom says I have a beautiful voice. Also, I want to be a singer when I grow up.”

Emma Saphore, 10

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

“If I were a star on YouTube, I would be famous for riding horses and teaching kids to ride horses. I would think it would be cool, and people would like it. (I would) tell people ... how to jump, clean the stables and put on the gear.”

Lani Farkas

Grade 3

East Pennsboro Elementary School

“If I were a star on YouTube, I would be famous for designing cakes because it is fun, and I like helping to make cakes. If I did do YouTube videos, my first one would be making a really pretty cake.”

Tiffany Alston, 8

Grade 2

Newville Elementary School

“If I was on YouTube, I would be famous for directing and performing plays. I would make videos of my plays—plays of all kinds of themes, including my own creations like ‘Ching and the Rice Stalk.’ That’s like ‘Jack and the Beanstalk,’ but a Chinese version.”

Kaela Stamper, 9

Grade 4

Upper Allen Elementary School

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