Emma

Grade 5

Estevan
Saskatchewan

homes for humanity

Homes for Humanity

I am thankful for lots of things, let’s start with the basics. I am really thankful for having shelter and safety. I am also thankful for the fact that I am not homeless and I won’t get hurt at night by bad people. Another thing I’m thankful for is that home equals family. Most importantly, I am thankful for having food and water, which is something that you need to survive. Now I can tell you what makes a house a home, now which one to start with. The fact that you have a home means you have the ability to live like other kids and adults. So when there are about multiple kids with and without homes, they can still go and visit some ones house. That would have worked for the next thing, now I will tell you. When you buy a house and live in it, it becomes your home and when you are born into this world you will have a home that your parents bought before you were born. Ok so the next thing I want to tell you, no not the one that was not for the one that was supposed to be after what makes a house a home, I want to tell you the most important rooms you should have in your home. You need a bathroom, a bedroom, a kitchen, a laundry room, a basement and a living room. So a person’s habitat is something that they live in, for example if you live in a trailer house, it’s still your home or if you lived in an apartment it is also still your home. I really enjoyed telling you about my Homes For Humanity.