Lindbergh students ask Santa for gifts; pose questions to the ‘Big Guy’

Lindbergh students ask Santa for gifts; pose questions to the ‘Big Guy’

Originally Published: 12/22/2015

Sappington Elementary School second-graders tell Santa Claus what they want for Christmas this year.

Dear Santa,

I want a Jedi Academy book. I want a wrestler Pokemon Five Mega. I want a new pair of underwear and I want a basketball. I want a new hockey stick, too. I want a new sweater. I want some clothes. I hope I get my wish for Christmas.

From, Connor

Dear Santa,

For Christmas, I want a pet turtle just for me. I also want a Minecraft LEGO set.

I also want a basketball with a basketball hoop so I can get better at basketball. I hope I get a basketball and basketball hoop.

I’ve been a good boy, so please get me what I want. Thank you. Bye!

From, Alex

Dear Santa,

I want Mega Pokemon cards and I want a flying drone.

I want two bumper cars and I want a pet dog, please. Thanks for all the presents.

From, Matthew

Dear Santa,

I want a jet pack, wrestling gear, a billion dollars, a NERF gun, “Goosebumps” books, a LEGO set and a Messi shirt for Christmas. I have been very good.

From, Merrick

Dear Santa,

Thank you for the elf pet. I named her Bell. It’s funny because my friend Makensi has one named Jingle, so it’s like Jingle Bells.

And I want a pogo stick for Christmas like Kile’s. Have a wonderful day.

Love, Calle

Dear Santa,

Thank you for all the presents you have given me, but this year I want something epic!

It is — a new bike! And I think I deserve it because I learned how to ride a bike on my own.

Your friend, Alaina

Dear Santa,

Hello, Santa. Merry Christmas! I want a Gundam Imaginext dinosaur, and merry Christmas again.

I want these things because I work hard, finish my homework and help my parents around the house. Have a Merry Christmas.

From, Ben

Dear Santa,

I am a good girl and thankful for my family and for Christmas. I want a Beanie Baby penguin.

And can I have a Santa hat and scarf, please? Have a wonderful Christmas.

Love, Aya

Dear Santa,

Can you give me a Pokemon or a carrot?

I was a good, good, good boy. Ho, ho, ho and merry Christmas.

From, Luan

Dear Santa,

All I want for Christmas is a dog and a phone. I have been good and I have been responsible.

I will be able to take care of a new puppy. I hope you have a merry Christmas.

From, Alex

Dear Santa,

I hope you have a jolly Christmas. I want an American Girl doll for Christmas and I want Shopkins.

I hope you have a safe ride. I hope you and Mrs. Claus have a merry Christmas. Ho, ho, ho!

Love, Kaylie

Dear Santa,

This year for Christmas I want a new American Girl doll set because I love American Girl dolls and I have not got a new set in a long time.

I hope you have an awesome Christmas with Mrs. Claus. And be safe on your ride.

From, Sydney

Dear Santa,

All I want is nothing because I have what I need. But if you really want to get me something, 10 Mega Pokemon gold cards and that’s all.

From, T.J.

Dear Santa,

I want a new baseball set because I love baseball. And I want a new game. I want a new book.

I want a new fun book. I want a new math game. I want a new device. I want new toys. I want a new BO Christmas ball.

Your friend, Michelle

Dear Santa,

I want gold Pokemon cards, phoenix, a real Hogwarts wand and a real invitation from Hogwarts.

I hope you like carrots. We’re leaving carrots for you. Sorry. Thanks for the presents.

Love, Evan

Dear Santa,

I have been good all year. I may already have everything I want. But there is one thing I want — 5 Pokemon cases. Thank you for being Santa.

From, Tyler

Dear Santa,

Christmas is coming. Kids get presents.

When kids make Christmas cookies, I think they’re yummy. I like Christmas so much. I get Shopkins. I like my presents.

Love, Hailey

If Lindbergh Early Childhood Education students were able to ask Santa a question, here’s what they would ask:

Blaine: “What do reindeer eat?”

Tony: “Do you like to play games?”

Charlie: “Do you like sausage?”

Eli: “Do you like cookies?”

Jesse: “Do you like to drink coffee?”

Lainey: “How do you get to our house?”

Rachel: What joke do you say on Halloween?”

Aidan, Caroline and Karlie: “What do you like to eat?”

Zoe Jane: “What costume do you like to wear on Halloween?”

Olivia: “How old are you?”

Cullen: “Do you have any candy?”

Logan: “Do you go to the grocery store to get turkey?”

Evan: “How are you?”

Miles: “Do you drive the sleigh?”

Oliver: “Do you want to eat all my cookies?”

Jameson: “Where do you live?”

Zoe: “Do you like pancakes?”

Ryan: “What is your favorite restaurant?”

Asked what they wanted from Santa, Lindbergh Early Childhood Education students replied:

Charlie: “A scooter.”

Eli: “A microphone stand that holds my microphone, a regular ambulance with lights that light up on top, and a big boy bike.”

Lainey: “I’d like a toy unicorn.”

Rachel: “A pony, a broom, and an lPhone.”

Zoe: “A Barbie doll.”

Karlie: “Littlest Pet Shop and a green and white bird.”

Ryan: “A LEGO Tree House.”

Aidan: “Smash Box.”

Cullen: “A robot.”

Logan: “Spiderman with a golden eye.”

Evan: “A race car.”

Blaine: “Tools, a hammer and a wrench.”

Miles: “A game and new clothes.”

Oliver: “Cookies and a new house.”

Zoe Jane: “Four Monster High Dolls and three Magic Clip Dolls.”

Olivia: “A Dinosaur toy.”

Katie: “A train table.”

Tony: “The game Diamond Snake.”

Caroline: “A pizza roller.”

Mahdiya: “New clothes.”

Spencer: “LEGO Star Wars and Ironman.”

Jameson: “A Captain Jake ship.”