St. Benedict Robinson Grade 2 letters to Santa

St. Benedict Robinson Grade 2 letters to Santa for Pipestone Flyer

  • Dec. 23, 2015 10:00 a.m.
St. Benedict Robinson Grade 2

St. Benedict Robinson Grade 2

Editor’s note: To celebrate the Christmas season the Leduc/Wetaskiwin Pipestone Flyer invited several local school classes to write birthday letters to Santa. This is the St. Benedict Robinson Gr. 2 class. Out of respect for student privacy, no last names will be printed.

Dear Santa,

I like to play video games and I like math. For Christmas I would want a new iPad and an elf.

From Josh

Dear Santa,

I’m 7 years old. I like to play games. I like to play with my friends. For Christmas I would like Little Big Planet 2 and a mike for it and two PS3 controllers. I would like to have an Oilers jersey. Thank you.

Love Cooper

Dear Santa,

I am 7 years old. I live in Leduc. I like to play with horses. I like to play with my iPad. For Christmas I would like to get an American doll. Thank you!

From Madeline

Dear Santa,

I live in Leduc. I am 7 years old. I like to play with my cat Maggie. I like to watch a movie. In school I have been learning math, music and gym. I like to play soccer and dance. For Christmas I would like to have Monster High dolls and a laptop. Thank you very much.

From Kaela

Dear Santa,

I like to play games and I like to do science. For Christmas I want an elf on the shelf. I love Santa.

From Maddox

Dear Santa,

I am 7 years old. I like to play with my fire vehicles. I like to play video games. I love you so much. For Christmas I would like an American Girl doll. Thank you.

From Grace

Dear Santa,

I like horseback riding. I like playing with my friends. I have an elf on the shelf. It’s name is Rudolph.

From Shannon

Dear Santa,

I live in Leduc. I’m 8 years old. I like to play on the Xbox One. I have an elf on the shelf. His name is Sam. For Christmas I would like to have a laptop. Thank you.

From Colin

Dear Santa,

I like to play with my family. And I hope you can make it to my house on Christmas Eve. I would like a Nerf gun crossbow. And I live in Leduc. Thank you.

From Ethan

Dear Santa,

I live in Leduc. I am 8 years old. I like my little pony friendship is magic. I like to do art and making dresses for the pony. I have a little sister named Claire. I would like a Rainbow Rocks Stage for Christmas. Thank you.

Love Sara

Dear Santa,

I live in Leduc. I’m 7 years old. I love to see the Last Unicorn. I have an elf and it’s a scout elf. And I love school. I have a cat named Flam. I would like to have a unicorn toy and heater for my bed. Thank you very much.

From Liana

Dear Santa,

I am 7 years old. I live in Leduc. I would like a Star Wars The Clone Wars gunship and a clone ship and a robot like R2-D2. Thank you.

Love Trygve

Dear Santa,

I am 7 years old. I live in Leduc. I like to play with my friends. I also like to play video games. For Christmas I would like a Bay Blade and a mini skateboard and mini pike. Thank you.

Love Nathan

Dear Santa,

I live in Leduc. I am 7 years old. I like to build snow forts and play with friends. My elves names are Trip and Cin. For Christmas I would like a Nintendo 3DS and an iPad mini and an Apple watch. And Little Big Planet.

From Braedan

Dear Santa,

I am 7 years old. I like to play video games. I won’t be bad. I love my family. For Christmas I want Disney Infinity 3.0. Thank you.

Love Cody

Dear Santa,

I am 7 years old. I live in Leduc. I like to play with my friends. I also like to play video games. For Christmas I would like a pet cat and an LBP for Little Big Planet 2. Merry Christmas!

Love Bode

Dear Santa,

I am 7 years old. I play hockey. I am number 7. I live in Leduc. My favourite subject in school is gym. Last year I asked for a DS, I love it. I like to play soccer. For Christmas I would like a hockey bag and goalie gloves for soccer. Thank you.

Love Matthew

Dear Santa,

I like horses. I love Christmas. I love dogs. I like to play. I like to go on long drives. I love sleepovers. For Christmas I would like my own dog. I really want a book and some play doh and maybe some school supplies.

Love Maddy

 

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