Letters to Santa Claus – Lytton Elementary School

Santa let The Journal have a peek at the letters he received from the elementary students in Lytton.

Dear Santa

Santa can I have a furby weth a wouby coushen.

Love, Layla

 

Dear Santa

My name is Trinity. I want for Christmas iPod and a phone and iPad and cumbeter.

Love, Trinity

 

Dear Santa

Hi my name is Raymond. How are you? For Christmas I want angry Birds.

Love, Raymond

 

Dear Santa

My name is Laura. For Christmas I want a new iPod please. Some clothes please. More shoes please. 3ds please. More Books please. Wii games Just Dance 4 please.

Love, Laura

 

Dear santa

so how are you today. But now could I right what I want for christmas. I want a cumpeter and a ds game of pokemon x and y. And I want a real pikachu and I want real pokemon in every place.

Sincerely, Anthony

 

Dear santa

My name is Sage. I am in school. My teachr is name ms Lihi. I want for Christmas I want a dog and cat.

Love, Sage

 

Dear Santa, Santa Cane

I have a tiny furby whith wings. I want to know 2 elf.

Best, Sam

 

Dear Santa

I want Pokemon white and Pokemon white 2.

From Yazi

 

Dear Santa

Will you get me call of Duty ghost and Pokemon XY and A iPod pleas. So how are you doing.

Love Troy

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