Dear Santa: …wrestle them, sleep on them, play with them…

Letters to Santa from Ms. Marlow's Grade 1 and 2 Class, Ashcroft Elementary School

Good morning Santa.

How are you? How does Rudolph’s nose glow? Could you give someone a giant hamburger? I would like a Ipod touch.

Goodbye and thank you. Carter

Hello Santa

Do polar bears eat meat? I’m Cashtin and I like to eat healthy snacks like apples, carrots, and bananas. Please bring kids that have no toys a truck. Please bring me a monster truck.

Thank you. Cashtin

Hello Santa

I have a question for you. How do your reindeer fly? I have 2 dogs and 2 cats. I like to eat hotdogs. Could you please bring some extra toys for kids. My wish is for a Transformer Robot, could you please bring me that toy.

Thank you Santa. Cimarone

Dear Santa,

How’s it going Santa?

Good morning Santa,

Why does Elliot keep coming to the classroom and putting notes on the smart board? Do you have a computer?

I am 6 and I have 3 brothers and 5 dogs. My havarti dog died. His name was Lou.

I wish the people in Haiti would have lots of food and toys. I wish for myself a bay Wheel.

Adios Santa! Dallon

Dear Santa

How’s Mrs. Claus doing? How is Rudolph doing? I am six and I love donuts. I wish for kids to have more food and toys. For Christmas can your elves make me a bay blade stadium?

Good bye Santa

And thank you. Darius

Dear Santa

How is Elliot? Please bring the other kids who don’t have anything some food. Please bring me a red Ninja. Holden

Dear Santa

How have your elves been? Has your weather been goo. What kind is your favourite kind of cookie that Miss claus makes for you? My name is Katie I am 6 years old and like doing crafts with markers. I wish for someone else to have cars and boats to play with around the world. This Christmas I would like Katie doll and a littlest pet shop and my 2 cats would like some cat nip.

Merry Christmas. Katie

Hello Santa!

How do you get all the toys delivered in one night? Please bring some food to kids who need some. Please bring me some Pokemon cards.

Merry Christmas! Kyle

Hello Santa

How is Rudolph doing? I really like angry birds and Murray. I wish that all the kids could have a tv. I would like a dirt bike for Christmas.

Thank you Santa. Louis

Hello Santa

How is Elliot feeling? Please bring shoes to kids that don’t have them. I really would like some clothes for Christmas like an angry bird hat. Tristan

Good morning Santa.

What are the elves doing? I am 6 years old and my favourite food is rice and chicken. I wish for my baby cousin in the Philippines to get more food. Please bring me a toy teddy bear. Could I please have a remote controlled helicopter?

Merry Christmas. Monique

p.s. Please write back.

Dear Santa

What are you doing? I like to go to my auntie’s house and have fun. I wish for all kids to have fun. I wish for a cupcake baker for Christmas.

Merry Christmas. Mikayla

Hello Santa!

How cold is it up at the north pole? Please bring love to the kids who have none. Please bring me a toy doll. Moira

Dear Santa,

How do you train your reindeer to fly? I am six and I like watermelon.

I would wish for someone else to have a car.

Please bring me a doll set. Can I please have a bean bag chair.

Good bye and thank you, Nicole

Hello Santa

I was wondering how old you are. I’m six years old. My favourite food is jello. How cold is it up there? I wish Holden could have angry bird star wars. I wish I could have a plastic light saver. Goodbye! Waylon

Hello Santa!

How can you deliver presents to every house in one night?

Please bring some kids bay blades and a bay blade stadium. Please bring me the same.

Good bye Santa! Robert

Dear Santa

I was wondering why does Rudolph have a red nose? I am 6 and I really like cats. Please bring all the children a Nintendo S. Please bring me I have a Furby.

Thank you Santa, Bye Santa. Farrah

Good Morning Santa,

I was wonderinf how do you get down th chimney so well? How many cookies have you eaten every Christmas? I am 6. I am really curious about dinosaurs. Please bring the boys who have no toys a little Hot Whels car. Please may I have urassic Park dinosaur toys.

Goodbye Santa and farewell. Thank you. Kaelin

Dear Santa,

How are you doing Santa? How are you doing, making toys with your elves? I am 6 years old and a half, & I like crafting to make Christmas scene things… like you!

Please bring more hamburgers to the food banks and the people who have to go to them.

Please bring me a blue, shiny, camera for Christmas. Please could I also have a big, huge, giant Angry Birds (& piggies) teddy set? Please make it so I can jump on them, wrestle them, sleep on them, play with them, & make a big, gigantic, enormous Angry Birds fort with them. Please let one of them be super strong – strong enough that a racing bullet couldn’t break through. It would be solid like a brick. One that only rocks could go through. May I please also have some very soft & cushiony ones that would be every colour but girl colours? Could they please be used like bean bags in my room?

Good bye & thank you! Have fun up at the North Pole! Shawn 🙂

Dear Santa

Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas! How’s Elliot? Is he sick from eating too much candy? Please bring lego to some other kids. Please bring me angry birds lego, star wars lego and a black angry birds stuffie and a light sabre.

Ho Ho Ho Santa. Devon

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