Mavourneen Varcoe Ryan reads to the children at the Spences Bridge Christmas party.

Mavourneen Varcoe Ryan reads to the children at the Spences Bridge Christmas party.

Letters to Santa – AES Kindergarten

Letters to Santa written by the Kindergarten class of Ashcroft Elementary School.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Tacheena and I live in Ashcroft. One good thing I have done this year is to help my friends. For Christmas this year I would like a truck that digs.

Dear Santa

Hi my name is Lylee and I live in Ashcroft. I have one brother. One good thing I have done this year is listen to my mom. Another is I have helped a friend. For Christmas this year I would like Lego or a Frozen doll.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Jacob and I live in Ashcroft. I have one brother. One good thing I have done this year is I was good for my family and I am good at school. For christmas this year I would like a remote controlled car or a person snowman.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Hans and I live in Ashcroft. I have three brothers and sisters. One good thing I did this year is I thanked my sisters and I helped my daddy. For Christmas this year I would like a toy Modrsirol or toy dog.

Dear Santa

Hi, My name is Emma and I live in YD Ranch. I have one brother. One good thing I have done this year is play with snow. For Christmas I would like a Frozen doll.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is James and i Live in Ashcroft. I have two brothers and one sister. One good thing I did this year is play games with Robert. I would like for christmas is Lego.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Rocket. I have one sister. I help my dad. I help my mom. I want a ipad for Christmas.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Jillian and I live in Ashcroft. I have two brothers and one sister. I have been good and I would like a Furby and a Chapter’s gift card for christmas.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Alex and I live in SPences Bridge. I have three sisters. I help by cleaning downstairs and setting the table. This year I would like a phone.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Samuel and I live in Ashcroft. I have one sister. One good thing I have done this year is I have helped people. I want an iPhone 6 and the Lego movie for Christmas.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Madeleine and I live is Ashcroft, BC.  I have one brother but I am going to have a brother or sister. I have been good and sometimes bad. I would like a new baby doll and I would love for my brother Ben to have transformers.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Yale and I live in Cache Creek.  I have one brother. One thing I have done good this year is listen to my mom and clean up for christmas. This year I would like a toy soldier or a car.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Devon. I have three brothers and no sisters. One good thing I did this year was I went to the shop to make a house. For Christmas this year I would like a semi truck.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Preston and I live in Ashcroft. I have one brother and one sister. One good thing I have done this year is helped my mom put away groceries. Another thing I did is help put up the Christmas tree.  For Christmas this year I would like a toy truck or a real life dirt bike.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is owen (Buck) and I live in Ashcroft. I have one brother and 3 sisters. One good thing I did this year is be good at school and keep my room clean. For Christmas I would like a Marshmallow gun.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Hannah and I live in Ashcroft. I have a three year old sister. I like to draw. I also like playing on the playground. I would like monster high make-up and a Sophia bed.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Lynden and I live in Ashcroft.  I have one sister. One good thing I did this year is help someone and another is help my mom shovel the sidewalk for christmas. For Christmas I would like infinity or an iPod.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Gabby and I live in Ashcroft. I have one brother. I help my Dad clean the car. For Christmas I would like a make-up doll.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is bentley and I live in Ashcroft. I have two brothers and one sister. One good thing I did this year is I play at the pool park. I also play with my mom.  For Christmas I would like a toy race car or toy monster truck.

Dear Santa

Hi, my name is Mark and I live in Ashcroft.  One good thing I have done this year is being a good friend. For Christmas I would like a toy robot or cowboy boots with a toy belt.

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