A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

Local letters to the jolly ol’ elf, as the children wrote them

The following are a series of Santa letters shared by a few of the Grade 1 students from Shortreed Elementary in Aldergrove.

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Dear Santa,

How are you doing?

How do you make toys?

How is it going Santa?

Have a fun visit here.

I have bin wrking vary hard

What COOKIE do You love?

I Will like a waterfountain

Love Jaida

Shortreed Community School

••••

Dear Santa,

Is it cold in the North Pole?

How are the elves doing? I Might have been good.

Can I Please have a snake dragon?

Love, Enzo

Shortreed Community School

••••

Dear Santa,

How are you doing at the north Pole?

How do the elves make the Toys?

I’ve been trying to be Good.

Please can I Have a BaBy strollr.

Love Jayanna

Shortreed Community School

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Dear Santa,

How do you make the reindee fly?

I hop you Love the cookies that We make.

I have bin trying to work relly hard.

can I Please have an L.O.L. Glamper and OMG dolls?

Love Maddy

Shortreed Community School

••••

Dear Santa,

how do your reindeer fly?

is the nortPole cold? How do your elves Make toys and I’ve been working on being a good gll.

I hop you dont Mind and if I was good? May I ples have a pooping pupy and a Toy santa?

Love Helena

Shortreed Community School

••••

Dear Santa,

how are you Santa?

how are yor elves?

Santa I am trying to be a god girl.

Wut wld you want for Christmas?

I wont My front teeth. I want a animal.

Love Makinley

Shortreed Community School

••••

Dear Santa,

How are you doing

How Cold it the North Pole?

How do the Rain Deer Fl?

I am trying my Best.

ples can I have stuffe poKemon.

and a hoverboard.

Love Kevin

Shortreed Community School

••••

Dear Santa,

How are the elves?

are they bise?

How do You get the reindeer to fly in the sky?

I baked you cookies.

How are You doing?

I hav bin viry good.

Can I hav a batman toy, please

Love Isaiah

Shortreed Community School

••••

Dear Santa,

how are You doing?

are the evles working hard? how are You doing at the North Pole?

Wat cookies do you like?

I was Very good.

I hav workt hard.

I work hard at school.

please can I hav a black stick bat?

Love, Damon.

Shortreed Community School

••••

Dear Santa,

How are you doing?

What is your favourite reindeer?

I am being good at home and school. Please can I have a Fortnight nerf gun?

Love chase

Shortreed Community School

••••

Dear Santa,

Howare you doing?

Is it Cold in the North Pole?

How are the elves?

I have been good.

What is your favourite cookie?

Please can I Have a cat?

Love Avery

Shortreed Community School

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A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

A few Aldergrove Grade 1 students share their Dear Santa letters

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