New Sarepta School letters to Santa

To celebrate the Christmas season the Leduc/Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer invited several local school classes to write letters to Santa.

  • Dec. 16, 2015 2:00 p.m.

New Sarepta 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 a group of letters from New Sarepta School. The school requested no names to be printed, and the newspaper will respect that request.

 

Dear Santa,

Why is your nose shaped like a cherry? How are you so sneaky that I don’t hear you when you fill up my stocking? I would really like to get a jet. May I please have candy? I really want party paint. Could you give me a stuffy? Can I please have a TV? Please, can I have a crayon? Thank you.

 

Dear Santa,

Why is your nose shaped like a cherry? Please can you bring me a remote control car? May I please have a Lego car? How does your sleigh fly? Thank you for bringing me toys last year.

 

Dear Santa,

Santa, you are so quiet I didn’t hear you fill my stocking. May I please have a Secret Spy Guys set? May I have a McQueen that turns into an airplane? Thank you.

 

Dear Santa,

You are magic! You are kind because you give us all toys. Please, can I have an action figure? May I have a Bean Boozle? I would like a spy set. Thank you.

 

Dear Santa,

Your magic is neat. How do you get up the chimney? I love you. You are so cool. May I please have a train? May I please have a toy parachute? Thank you.

 

Dear Santa,

How do your reindeer fly? Does Mrs. Claus make the candy canes? How does she do it? Please, can you bring me a big set of Lego? May I have a stuffy? Please, can I have a Jack-in-the-box? May I have a pet cat? Could you give me a pet dog?

 

Dear Santa,

I love your beard. It is so fluffy and soft. May I please have a big stuffy dragon? Could you give me a Shadow Launcher? Could you give me a toy helicopter? May I please have a spy kit?

 

Dear Santa,

You are so kind. Thank you for giving us all toys. Please, can you bring me a toy? Because I would really like a doll. May I please have a new Barbie? Merry Christmas.

 

Dear Santa,

How do your reindeer fly? Your magic is cool. How do you go up the chimney? May I have a doll? Please, can I have a dog stuffy? Thank you.

 

Dear Santa,

How do your reindeer fly? Does Mrs. Claus make the candy cones? How does she do it? Santa, you are so sneaky? Can I have a robot dog, please? I would like a Bratz set too. Thank you Santa.

 

Dear Santa,

Does Mrs. Claus make the candy canes? How does she do it? I love your reindeer. May I have Lego superheroes? Please, can I have a remote control car? I love the toy you brought me last year.

 

Dear Santa,

Does Mrs. Claus make the cookies? How does she do it? How do you go up the chimney? Your magic is good. Please, can you bring me a Barbie? May I please have a Beanie Boo? May I have a make-up set? May I have a boy Barbie? A big Anna would be nice. Thank you.

 

Dear Santa,

How do your reindeer fly? Santa, you are so sneaky. You are so friendly because you give us all toys. Please can you bring me a Magic 8 Ball? May I please have a doll? Can I please have a giant Beanie Boo? I really want a hat. Thank you Santa. One more thing, can I please have a stunt dog?

 

Dear Santa,

You are so friendly because you give us all toys. Your magic is cool. How do you go up the chimney? May I have Shopkins. Please, can I have Beanie Boos and a headband? May I please have a shirt and playdough?

 

Dear Santa,

Does dear Mrs. Claus make the candy canes? How does she do it? How do your reindeer fly? Please Santa, will you get me a dog stuffy? May I please have a toy dog? I love my toy from last year.

 

Dear Santa,

Does Mrs. Claus make the candy canes? How does she do it? May I please have a harmonica? Can I please have Aquasand? Thank you.

 

Dear Santa,

Does Mrs. Claus make the candy canes? How does she do it? Can you fill my paper? Please, can you bring me an iPad? I really want a stuffy? May I please have Lego? Can I please have a doll? Thank you.

 

Dear Santa,

How are the elves? Can I please have fuzz balls and ballet slippers?

 

Dear Santa,

How is Rudolph doing? How are the elves doing? Santa can I have a ride in your sleigh? Santa can I please have a stomp and chomp Grimlock?

 

Dear Santa,

How are you? I want a toy unicorn.

 

Dear Santa,

How are you? I am good. Can I please have a journey doll and journey doll clothes.

 

Dear Santa,

How are the elves? How are the reindeers? I would like Mooshka.

 

Dear Santa,

I would like a hard math book. How are you doing Santa?

 

Dear Santa,

How is Mrs. Claus? I am good. Please can you give me a pogo stick?

 

Dear Santa,

How is Mrs. Claus? I want an American Doll clothes.

 

Dear Santa,

How is Rudolph the reindeer doing? I want cows and a goat for Christmas.

 

Dear Santa,

I want rodeo toy. Santa, how is Rudolph?

 

Dear Santa,

How is your reindeer? Please can I have a pogo stick?

 

Dear Santa,

Please can I have a puppy surprise? Please can I have an American Doll? How are you Santa?

 

Dear Santa,

Can I have a stomp and chomp Grimlock? Can I ride in your sleigh please?

 

Dear Santa,

How are you? I want Barbie. Are you and Rudolph having fun?

 

Dear Santa,

Please bring me a teddy bear and a beanie boo. How is Mrs. Claus doing?

 

Dear Santa,

Hey can I have a toy metal hatchet? How are you?

 

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