The student's teacher, Ms. Fischer, asked each of the students the following questions:
What did you draw?
Why is it important to you?
What does it represent?
A Sun, star, and the earth.
Because a sun and star is part of the Philippine flag and my country is important to me.
The world and my country.
I drew a log house with a path to a hockey rink.
It's important to me because I wanted to include a log house from pioneer days.
It is important to me because I really like to play hockey. And that I like log houses, they are cool.
I drew a book with a picture of a pencil and blue pencil crayon surrounded by vines. The Book represents reading and the pencil and pencil crayon represent colouring and drawing. Books are important to me because I read a lot and drawing is important to me because I can really draw good.
This is a picture of me dancing. The reason I drew dancing is because it's one of my hidden natural talent and the dance I like to do is breakdance. This picture represents Saskatchewan for me because dancing is enjoyment to have fun, so that is what represents Saskatchewan for me.
I drew this symbol because I am from the Philippines and I came to Canada. This is important to me because I'm from the Philippines. This represents where I'm from and where I went to.
I drew a bird flying through a metal bar. Because I love birds and nature. It represents how Canada will always let people have freedom.