Letters to Santa from LES Grade 2/3

Letters written to Santa from Lytton Elementary School students.

Dear Santa

What do you feed your Raindeer, carotts or Ledes and how is Poncer and Dancer and why do you eat cokeis and milk? My name is Megan and I go to Les Scool and i am in grad 2 and im 7 and my Brithday is Febry 13th and i want for crismas a iPod5.

Dear Santa

How are you today? How is Dasher dooing. Sometimes people think you are not reel. Are you reel? Please and thank you I want a rodot dog. I am 8.

Sage

Dear Santa

Wat coler are you? How do you feed the raindeer? My name is Jeoffrey.

Dear Santa

Do you brush your teeth? What do you feed your rader? I am 7. I wish for a snow bord. My best friens are Saveah and Sopbie and Megan and Aliza and miss Petschi and Ang and Raymond.

Love Rachael

Dear Santa

How is Mrs Claus doin? I hope she is doin good? How is the elfs doin. Are they havin a good day? I am seven and on my wish list mony 100.

Dear Santa

Why do you like cookees? How do you get the presents to the kids? My wish list is to have a Noo Lego set. My name is Lexi. I am 7 years old.

Dear Santa

I like your prezis all the time. Thank you.

Tyson

Dear Santa

I want PSE.

Antoine

Dear Santa

How is mrs Claus doing? I hope she is good? How is Blitsin. I hope he is good. I wish I have a forby boom plees with a chariy on to Plees prity plees.

Sophie

Dear Santa

I love giving you your free kookees and free melk. My name is Sara. I’m 8 yers old. My wish list is kid stuf XBOX 360.

Sara

Dear Santa

How are you and the elfs and also the randeer and why do the elfs have pointy hats? But what I most want for chrismis is a real kitten ples and thank you. I am 7 and my name is Kristen and my brother’s name is Jayden.

Kristen

Dear Santa

How is Pixen. Im Emmery. I’m 8. Plees can I have a Xbox one.

Emmery

Dear Santa

How are you? I am feeling good. My name is Raymond and I am 8 years old. Doo you like sliding in the snow. My wish list is a toy train and a Blue Star.

Raymond

Dear Santa

What do you feed your raindeer? What is all your Rain Deers names? How is Miss iscius doing? How is your elfs doing? And how are you doing Santa!

Love, Saveah

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