Santa and his reindeer.

Santa and his reindeer.

‘PS: How did you become Santa?’

Letters to Santa from the grade 2/3 class at Desert Sands Community School.

From Mrs. Ellis’s Grade 2/3 class at Desert Sands Community School.

Dear Santa,

I need Pokémon for Christmas. My brother Dom wants a dirt bike. From Preston ps How did you become Santa?

Dear Santa,

Me and my family would like a new Jenga set please. Also Pokémon sets. From Holden

Dear Santa,

My Dad would like time to spend with me and my brothers. Ho Ho Ho! What would you like for Christmas? From Devon

Dear Santa,

How old are you? Could you get my mom a new dress? And could you get my Dad a new hat? And could you get me money? Love Rocket

Dear Santa,

How old are you? Are you 100 years old? You might be 99. What are your elves names? My name is Rebecca and I am in grade 2. I want a chocolate pen set please. I hope you do a great job.

Dear Santa,

How do you get in our house? How old are you? My mom would like a necklace. Love Lynden

Dear Santa,

For Christmas I want an American Girl doll. My mom has a picture of you Santa. Love Avarey

Dear Santa,

I want to give my Dad Final Fantasy 10. I want to give my mom a tablet. I want to give my sister Cordi some dolls. From Karsin

Dear Santa,

For my family I want Monopoly Ultimate Banking. You are really cool. From Kreston

Dear Santa,

For Christmas I want a laptop. My mom wants a laptop. My Dad wants Mass Effect 3 for PC. From Sam

Dear Santa,

I would like a game called Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3 ds. My mom would like a ring for Christmas. How do you make your reindeer fly? From Matthew

 

 

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