Grade 6

Newfoundland and Labrador

The Meaning of Home

Home means different things to different people. For some it might be warmth, fun and enjoyment. For others it might be safety, family and memories. For me it is shelter, family and warmth.

First of all, shelter is important to me because when it is raining, I can go inside and when it is a really cold day, my home can keep me warm and cozy. My home shelters me from everything outside my front door.

Another meaning that home has for me is a loving family. I live with my aunt and uncle who are now my mom and dad. I call my baby cousin my little brother. I love them and they adore me. There is lots of love in our home. I’m so lucky to have such a loving family.

The last thing a home is for me is warmth. If it is a cold day or night you need a warm place to stay in. In my home I love the warmth of my room and especially my bed which has a blanket and comforter to keep me warm at night.

I love going inside on a winter day to warm up and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate. My home is full of warmth.

In conclusion, I chose shelter, family and warmth because these matter to me and are a big part of my home. Home is my favorite place to be.

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