Millet School Grade 1 letters to Santa

Millet School Grade 1 letters to Santa for Pipestone Flyer

  • Dec. 23, 2015 10:00 a.m.

Millet School letters to Santa

Editor’s note: To celebrate the Christmas season the Leduc/Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer invited several local school classes to write letters to Santa. This is the Millet School Meller-Liepert/Clark Gr. 1 class. Out of respect for student privacy, no last names will be printed. The school requested no photo.

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how is Mrs. Claus? I would like a combine and a Transformer.

Love, Matthew

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how do you make all of the presents? I would like a t-rex robot and a Minecraft game.

Love, Ayden

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how old are you? I am 7. I would like a Skylander toy named Tornado Warrior and mighty t-rex.

Love, Sepplin

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how many elves do you have? I would like a new video game.

Love, Ethan

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how do you get to all of the houses before morning? I would like a silver spear with a key and a video game.

Love, William

Dear Santa

I was wondering how do you make all of the presents? I would like games and a Minecraft game.

Love, Dax

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how do you write our? I would like a robot and a Santa hat.

Love, Josephine

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how do you make the reindeer fly? I would like a Monster High doll.

Love, Briannaw

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how old are you? I am 6. I would like an American doll and kinetic sand.

Love, Trinity

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how old are you? I am 7. I would like a remote monster truck and an rc jet.

Love, Brady

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how many elves do you have? I would like Dominus Rex and some skis.

Love, Carter

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how is Mrs. Claus? I would like the remote control farmer things and a few candles for my mom.

Love, Levi

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how is Mrs. Claus? I would like some American dolls and Monster High castle.

Love, Melissa

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how do you get into a house with no chimney? I would like an American doll.

Love, Maddi

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how old are you? I am 6. I would like a baby stroller and a baby.

Love, Kylee

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how do you get to the North Pole? I would like a Monster High doll and roller blades.

Love, Rylee

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how do you make the presents? I would like movies and games.

Love, Hudson

Dear Santa,

I was wondering how old are you? I am 6. I would like a combine and Transformer.

Love, Declan

 

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