Dear Santa: I wonder how long your beard really is?

Dear Santa: I wonder how long your beard really is?

Letters to Santa from the Desert Sands Community School Grade 1 students

Letters to Santa from Ms Hendrigan’s Grade 1 class at Desert Sands Community School.

Good morning Santa: I wonder how many cookies you can eat in a day? I will be switching schools soon. I would like Ms Hendrigan to get a new dog for Christmas. Please bring me a giant StickBot dragon, one that actually breathes fire. Thank you. Love, Paxton

Dear Santa: How do reindeer fly? I am so strong! I would like Max to have a new StickBot. And I would like one too. Thank you! From Joshua

Good morning Santa: Do you have a middle name? I love you. I hope that my older sister will come with me to see you soon. Please bring me some more LOLDolls. Thank you. From Olivia

Dear Santa: How do elves fly? I like making paper airplanes and paper snowflakes with my dad. I would like to give poor people some money. I would like to give Gabby some new art stuff. And I would like my brother to get a new train. Please bring me a new Paw Patrol stuffy. Thank you. From Grace

Good morning Santa: I would like to know how your sleigh flies? I am really good at building snowmen. I would like Keira to get a new StickBot. Please bring me some more LOL Dolls. Thank you! From Kenzie

Dear Santa: How do you fly around the world in one night? I’m really good at making snow angels. Can you get Grace a glow in the dark bracelet please? I would like a hatchimal for Christmas. Thank you! From Jovie

Dear Santa: How does your reindeer fly? I’m very fast and strong. I’m going to get Cullum a present. Santa please bring me octmasprime big. Thank you. From Trevor

Dear Santa: How do the elves fly? My elf lives in a shoe! I wish Callum will get a present. Please bring me a present for Callum and it will be playdough. Thank you. From Max

Dear Santa: How many cookies can you eat in one night? I live at Barns Lake Hill in a green house. I want someone poor to get a house. I would like a drone for Christmas. Thank you! From Callum

Dear Santa: How do elves fly? I’m going to be moving soon. I would like Brooklyn to have an Elf on the Shelf. Please bring me a new jacket. Thank you. From Zoey

Hello Santa: I wonder how long your beard really is? I was born in the year of the dragon. I would like my mom to get a new mug for her smoothies because my dad accidently breaks them all of the time. Please bring me a drone, Cosmo, and a skeleton fingerling dinosaur. Thank you. From Arden

Good morning Santa: How do elves fly? I know how to make snowflakes out of paper! I would like Ms Hendrigan to get her own elf. Please bring me a big purple bouncy ball. Thank you. Love, Lily

Dear Santa: How are you? I have a sister. I would like my grandmother to have a new car. Please bring me some Lego. Thank you. From Cyrus

Good morning Santa: How does your beard grow? I will be going to Mexico soon — for eight whole sleeps! I would like Olivia to have a new puppy. Please bring me a remote control helicopter, one with four propellers. Thank you! From Jacob

Hi Santa: How do elves fly at night? I saw your reindeer flying last night! I would like Trevor to get a new playground for Christmas. Please bring me Optimus Prime. Thank you. From Kento

Hi Santa: I wonder what your toy machine looks like? I am really good at helping others. I would like Ms Hendrigan to have a new pencil. Please bring me some new markers. Thank you. From Kiera

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