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If you held a world record, what would it be?

HILTON ELEMENTARY

If I held a world record it would be for swimming the longest distance because I can swim around the swimming pool. That is why I picked swimming for my world record.
Cole Ratliff, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record it would be for jumping. I have strong legs. That is why I picked jumping for my world record.
Harrison Crawford, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I had a world it would be for walking on Legos for the longest distance. I have walked on Legos before and it did not hurt. That is why I picked walking on Legos for my world record.
Abigail Barker, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record it would be for bike jumping. I would jump over the car. That is why I picked bike jumping for my world record.
Abi McMurray, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record it would be for holding my breath the longest. I can hold my breath in the pool for a long time. That is why I picked hold my breath.
Emmy Horton, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record it would be for holding my breath the longest. I would win a trophy if I held my breath the longest. That is why I picked holding my breath the longest for my world record.
Britt Davenport, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record it would be for jumping on the trampoline the longest. I could stay for days on the trampoline. That is why I picked staying on the trampoline for my world record.
Deaven Lawson, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record it would be for running the fastest. I would work out to be the fastest. That is why I picked running for my world record.
Avery Vineyard, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record it would be for the longest bike jump. I can jump my bike across a drain pipe. That is why I picked the longest bike jump for my world record.
Bentley Trivette, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record, it would be for blowing the biggest bubble. I can blow a bubble now with gum. That is why I picked blowing a bubble for my world record.
Brooke Raby, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record, it would be for running the fastest. I can beat my dad at racing. It is hard. That is why I picked running for my world record.
Kimber Couch, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record, it would be for running the fastest. I can beat my dad in a race. That is why I picked running the fastest for my world record.
Brimberly Fleenor, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record, it would be for standing on my head the longest. I practice standing on my head all the time. I can stay a long time. That is why I picked standing on my head for my world record.
Nevaeh Lane, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

If I held a world record, it would be jumping on the trampoline the longest. I like jumping because it is fun. That is why I picked jumping on the trampoline for my world record.
Holdon Huff, 1st, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Light

I’d hold the World Record in being strong.
Brylee Hall, Kindergarten, Hilton Elementary, Ms. Howe

I’d hold the World Record in working out.
Timothy Nelson, Kindergarten, Hilton Elementary, Ms. Howe

I’d hold the World Record in policing.
Lucas Carter, Kindergarten, Hilton Elementary, Ms. Howe

I’d hold the World Record in football.
Brayden Davis, Kindergarten, Hilton Elementary, Ms. Howe

I’d hold the World Record in teaching.
Emmalin Bruner, Kindergarten, Hilton Elementary, Ms. Howe

I’d hold the World Record in soccer.
Caroline Ratliff, Kindergarten, Hilton Elementary, Ms. Howe

I’d hold the World Record in dance parties.
Shelby Balthis, Kindergarten, Hilton Elementary, Ms. Howe

I’d hold the World Record in flying.
Evie Clark, Kindergarten, Hilton Elementary, Ms. Howe

I’d hold the World Record in dancing.
Siriana Davis, Kindergarten, Hilton Elementary, Ms. Howe

I’d hold the World Record in golfing.
Sophia Davis, Kindergarten, Hilton Elementary, Ms. Howe

“Amazing,” everyone will scream when I become a spectacular artist. When I grow up I will hold the world record for being the best artist in the whole world. I will be holding the world record for the best artist because I can draw pretty realistic horses and people. In my life, drawing has been my hobby and I’ve created extraordinary drawings of my imagination and I never want to stop doing that. When I grow up, I will be in the World Record book for being creative with my drawings, never giving up on them, using my imagination, and most importantly being myself.
Ella Lane, 3rd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Crawford

“Whoosh,” as I passed everyone in the race! Cash Jones can get to monstrous speed. He holds the world record for running fast. He can beat anyone in his class. He is so amazing. His speed is incredible and perfect. That is why Cash Jones hold the world record for running the fastest in his class.
Cash Jones, 3rd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Crawford

“Goal,” I bellowed in excitement! I am a fantastic kicker and that’s why I hold the world record for the longest soccer shot. It took a long time to get extraordinary at kicking. I scored the goal from 17 miles and three feet away. It had barely rolled in the goal. When I scored it, I was very happy and that is why I hold the Soccer World Record.
Max Taylor, 3rd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Crawford

If I could hold a world record it would to be able to walk on string. I pick to be able to walk on string because I think it would be cool. I would think it would be funny to walk on top of people on string. I would be on TV live. I’ll be in the record book. It would be neat if I could walk on string. Maybe someday I can.
Maddie Watts, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If I held a world record it would be to pull all the planes in the world at once! If I could pull all the planes ever created then I would be a superstar! People would think I was the toughest person ever. I wish I could pull all of them in the world. That would be my world record.
McKenna Bentley, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If I held a world record, it would be the longest nails. I would have the longest nails in the world. I would see who had the longest nails. I would see who has the longest nail. I would win and get a million dollars. I picked that because it sounds fun to do.
Kallen Lane, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If I was doing a world record, it would be against a gymnast. I’d do a double back flip into a split. I’d also do a front flip into a split. I would set the world record at East Tennessee Gymnastics. I’d do this in two hours. I’d also do a cartwheel into a split. This is why I picked this world record.
Mary Bear, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If I held a world record it would be football. I would kick it from one goal to another. I would time it for one minute. The prize will be one hundred dollars. This is what I would hold a world record for.
Isabella McMurray, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If I held a world record it would be swimming. I would do five laps in the pool. I’m times for nine minutes. I would practice in the summer two times a day. My dad would time me. My nana counts the laps. It takes me three minutes to get done. My mommy taught me how to swim I am a really good swimmer now. When I grow up I will be in the Olympics.
Rhiley Ball, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If I could hold a world record it would be shooting the most basketball shots in a minute. I think the world record right now is 50. It would be fun to be able to shoot 60 basketballs into a hoop in a minute. It would be a fun world record. It would not be easy to shoot 60 basketballs in a minute.
Joseph Solomon, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If I held a world record, it would be to hold a handstand for two hours. It would be cool to hold a handstand this long. I would get people to get me food. I would do handstands all over the world. I hope I can accomplish this one day.
Hailey Hagy, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

My world record is holding a 100-pound box on one leg for twenty minutes and ten seconds. First, grab a 100-pound box in your hands. Second, put one leg up. Third, stand for twenty minutes and ten seconds.
Jacob Begley, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If I could hold a world record, it would be to be the strongest person in the world. I would work out every day. Every day my muscles will be bigger. I would have the biggest muscles in the world. When I am retired I will still work out.
Trevor Light, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

I like world records. My world record is to not blink for one minute. I like not to blink. I am good at not blinking. Blinking is hard not to do. I love not blinking so much. This is my world record.
James Osborne, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If I had a world record it would be having the longest hair, like Rapunzel. I would play with my hair. Going to school would be hard. My granny brushes my hair but it hurts a lot now! It’s fun to have hair. Hair is awesome!
Alex Hensley, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If I held a world record it would be the longest nails. I would have really long nails. They would be so long that when my dad is cutting them, they will grow. I would like to have long nails in real life. That would be super cool. It will be super silly to have long nails.
Delphina Gonzalez, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

If there was a drinking contest I would break the world record. I would drink ten drinks. The drink would be orange juice. I would drink them in one minute. That would be tasty and fun.
Reese Stallard, 2nd, Hilton Elementary, Mrs. Edwards

 

NICKELSVILLE ELEMENTARY

If I held a world record, it would be the most honest person in the world. I like to be nice to people.
Danielle Brown, 2nd, Nickelsville Elementary, Ms. Gilmer

If I held a world record, it would be the loudest. I could yell at my Dad to go to lunch on time.
Braydon Culbertson, 2nd, Nickelsville Elementary, Ms. Gilmer

If I held a world record, it would be the best boxer in the world. I like to punch people.
Avie McDavid, 2nd, Nickelsville Elementary, Ms. Gilmer

If I held a world record, it would be the most helpful person in the world. I love seeing people healthy.
Meadow McConnell, 2nd, Nickelsville Elementary, Ms. Gilmer

If I held a world record, it would be the fastest runner in the world. I would be very fast.
Isabella Dingus, 2nd, Nickelsville Elementary, Ms. Gilmer

If I held a world record, I would scream! I would beat John Cena. He is “va-va-voom.”
Addison Counts, 2nd, Nickelsville Elementary, Ms. Gilmer

If I held a world record, it would be invisibility. No one would be able to see me.
Leigh Ann Frazier, 2nd, Nickelsville Elementary, Ms. Gilmer

If I held a world record, it would be the fastest runner! It would help win all the races.
Clay Broadwater, 2nd, Nickelsville Elementary, Ms. Gilmer

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