August 9, 2022 Local Stories in and Around St. Joseph, Illinois

Kids Say… St. Joseph Second Grade

Every week we ask five students from a local school to answer a question on a worksheet. This week the students are second graders at St. Joseph Grade School. This post is sponsored by Longview Bank.

If you were a farmer what would you have on your farm?
Carson: if I were a farmer I would take care of pigs, horses a dog, cow and chichins.

Kebe: If I were a farmer I would have a horse, a pig, hey for the horsey, a barn, cows, chickins, roosters. Thank you for asking!

Addison: if i were a farmer i would have a horse, pigs, goseses, cows, dusks, chickens, trakters, dogs, little chiks, and all of the farmer stuff.

Ainsley: cats, dogs, horses, birds, pigs

Reagan: if i was a farmar I woud have eggg and corn.

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