‘Is Rudolph at the North Pole with you?’

‘Is Rudolph at the North Pole with you?’

Letters to Santa from the Cache Creek Elementary School Grade 2/3 students.

Letters to Santa from Mrs. Pigeon’s Cache Creek Elementary School Grade 2/3 class

Hi Santa! How are you? How is Mrs. Claus? I am doing good. My house has a lot of Christmas lights. I would like a Flip-A-Zoo and a scooter. I will leave cookies and Merry Christmas.

Love, Kaylee

Hi Santa! How are you? How is Mrs. Claus? How are the reindeer? How are the elves? I am doing fine! I lost a tooth. I would like PM finger game and mini-frog kart and 10 sets of toad toys and a PS4. I will leave you cookies and milk and carrots for the reindeer. I am excited that you are coming. Thank you!

From Jaden

Hi! How are you? How are the reindeer? How are the elves? I am doing fine. We moved to Cache Creek. I would like a motorized scooter. I will leave you cookies and milk. Merry Christmas.

Love, Emma

Hi Santa. How are you? How is Mrs. Claus and the reindeer? I have a baby sister. I want a Hatchimal and a choker. I will leave you cookies and milk and carrots for the reindeer. Merry Christmas!

Love, Addison

Hello Santa. How are you? How is Mrs. Claus? I am great. I really love skating. Can I please have a Flip-A-Zoo? May I also have a real live cat? I will leave you cookies and milk. Thank you!

Love, Everleigh

How are you? Do you have any kids? I am doing good. Sometimes my eyes change colours. They change from grey to green to blue. Can I have a drone please Santa? May I also have a remote control boat? I will leave you some candy. Merry Christmas.

From Daymon

Hi Santa. How are the reindeer? I am doing fine. I went hunting and got a squirrel and a rabbit. I would like inside toys and a watch. I will leave you cookies and carrots and milk. I am excited for the elf to come. Merry Christmas.

From Harley

Hi Santa. How are you doing? Can you please not give me coal? I am doing pretty good. I have two sisters and one brother. I have lots of fun with Nerf guns. I would like to give you cookies and milk. Thank you for letting me have this year. Merry Christmas.

Love from Mark

Hello Santa. How are you? How is Mrs. Claus? I am doing fine. I wear glasses. I would like a Hatchimal. On Christmas Eve I will leave you cookies and milk.

From Jack

Hello Santa. How are you? Is Rudolph at the North Pole with you? I am ok. I have nice friends. Can I have a scooter please? I am going to leave cookies and milk and carrots for the reindeer. Merry Christmas.

Sincerely, Leland

Hi Santa. How are the elves? I am doing fine. I am doing a good job at school. Can I have a fidget cube, a Flip-A-Zoo, and a fidget spinner? On Christmas Eve I will leave you cookies and milk and carrots. Thank you Santa!

Love, Zearra

Hi Santa! How are you? How are the reindeer? I went skiing at Sun Peaks. I would like a fidget spinner and an X-Box One. I am going to leave you some cookies and milk. Thank you!

Love, James

Hi Santa. How are you today? I’m doing fine. I do not want anything, but please come for my sisters. I’m going to give you eggnog and cookies. Merry Christmas!

Love, Brooke

Hi Santa. How are the reindeer? My dad is coming back. I am doing fine. Could I please have a Hatchimal and a scooter? I am leaving you some cookies and milk. Thank you!

Love, Elizabeth



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