Question of the Month: Severna Park Elementary


By Maya Pottiger

Each month, the Severna Park Voice poses a question to a local fifth-grade class. This month, students from Mrs. Merrill’s class at Severna Park Elementary School answered the question:

How do you show someone you love them?

By getting them flowers and marrying them.
Allison A.

By being kind to them.
Aqidut H.

You hug them when they need it most.
Beckett D.

By doing something nice for them or saying something nice to them.
Bella M.

By helping them when they need help.
Ben D.

By reminding them every day that you love them.
Carson G.

By not making them feel bad and making them feel good every day.
Charlie S.

By giving them flowers or chocolates to remind them that you’re thinking of them.
Clare H.

By getting them something they like.
Colin R.

Give them candy.
Connor R.

By caring for them, like helping them when they’re sick.
Dominic M.

By doing considerate things for them and being helpful, complimenting them and remembering special things in their life, like their birthday, anniversary, things like that. I also give lots of hugs.
Dylan T.

You say I love you!
Emerson A.

Telling them or letting them know that you love them.
Gavin T.

You shower them with kindness.
Izzy L.

You smile at them always because it makes people happy.
Jane H.

Hug them!
Joe D.

By being kind to them.
Julia D.

By showing kindness and caring for them.
Mackenzie G.

Give them hugs.
Maddie B.

Always give them a hug, whether they are sad or happy.
Maddy M.

By giving them a nice, warm hug.
Nicol C.

Give them flowers and hugs.
Renzo A.

You respect them.
Sol C.

You give them hugs and kisses and you be kind to them.
Teddy U.

Tell them how much you love them every day so they always know you are thinking of them.
Ms. Jamie

By being there for them in the good and the bad times and encouraging them no matter what to keep on plugging!
Mrs. Merrill


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