Chapman kindergarteners send Santa wish-lists

  • Wednesday, December 18, 2013 5:45pm
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Not trusting email, texts or tweets, Chapman School kindergarteners took a more traditional route this holiday season and wrote letters to Santa in hopes of giving the jolly old man hints at what they’d like to see on Christmas morning. Some are quite detailed, down to naming specific brands and colors. Others are as simple as wanting a Christmas tree.

 

Dear Santa,

I want a remote control truck.

Love, Jeremy

 

This year I want a motorcycle.

Love, Aiden

 

This year I would like to get a ballerina costume.

Love, Karli

 

I want a race car.

Love, Alex 

 

This year I would like to get a baby in a carriage.

Love, Morgan 


This year I would like to get a red puppy dog.

Love, Codilyn

 

I could like a Christmas tree.

Love, Rachel

 

This year I would like a watch and necklace.

Love, Natalie

 

This year I want some earrings. I would like a necklace with flowers on it. I want a toy doggie.

Love, Olivia

 

Since I was a kid I always wanted nail polish and make up. I would like a Christmas tree.

Love, Lily

 

This year I would like to get a Hello Kitty lunchbox with sparkles.

Love, Anastasya

 

I want a truck. It’s wheels can go up. I want it green. It is a remote control truck.
I can be green.

Love, Zayne

 

This year I would like to get a monster truck.

Love, Soren

 

I want a Lego sleigh. We love Santa! He is the nicest guy, he brings toys to us.

Love, Everette

 

I want to get a remote control helicopter.

Love, Peyton

 

This year I would like to get a remote control truck.

Love, Carter

 

I would like a make up with a rock star set.

Love, Malina

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