Favorite author and favorite book: These kids enjoy a wide range of books, but Jeff Kinney’s Diary of a Wimpy Kid series and J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series topped this category with two votes each. Other authors mentioned included Rosanne Perry, David Walliams and Ellen Raskin.
Favorite singer or musician: Imagine Dragons was the clear class favorite. Four students, or 25 percent of the class, voted for the pop rock band. Other favorites were former country trio Rascal Flatts, Broadway composer and singer Lin Manuel Miranda and brass funk band Lucky Chops.
Favorite outdoor activity: Soccer narrowly won the top spot with two votes. Running, rock climbing, baseball and gaga ball were among other favorites.
City or country you would like to spend a month in: The French capital, Paris, claimed two votes, the most of any place. Other destinations included South Korea, Italy and the Maldives, a South Asian nation of more than 1,000 islands.
Food you could eat every day of your life: These kids may like junk food, but most would not want to eat it every day. The winners were fruit, bread and salad, with two each. What other foods do they love? Mac and cheese, vegetables, sushi and burgers.
Animal you would become if you could: Two votes each earned cat, cheetah and hedgehog a tie in this category. The most unusual choice was a rose-breasted cockatoo.
Job or career you would like when you grow up: Everyone had a different career in mind. The class includes a future artist, pilot, lawyer, gamer, soccer player and more.
World problem you would solve: Three students each mentioned the issues of climate change and homelessness. Other problems the class would tackle included the coronavirus, ocean pollution and access to education.
Person, living or dead, you admire most: President Joe Biden and “a friend” received two votes apiece. Others with a single vote included Jesus, Mom and soccer star Lionel Messi.