Holiday stories by Powell River students: Grade two

Rudolf takes a break

Maya Burnett
Edgehill Elementary School

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There was Santa at the North Pole. Mrs Claus woke Santa up. She said “You don’t want to be late. The reindeer fell asleep.” So Santa woke up.

He made sure that all the reindeer were there. “Oh no!” he said. “Rudolph is missing.”

Blitzen said that Rudolf was having a snack. Santa looked in the break room. “Rudolph, we don’t want to be late.” So Rudolph came and they went Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas!

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Arctic

Peyton Hammer
Henderson Elementary School

“Yee-haw!” I yelled as I sped across the water. A penguin had taken one of my rocks. The rock was the size of a tennis ball and it was a diamond. I was on an underwater jet ski. “Yay!” I yelled. I zoomed, I splashed, I flunked through the obstacle course. Then I put a net up. Later, penguin went right into it. I took my rock and let the penguin go. Next, I contacted Jaiden and Max. Then, I told Max to fly the Air Transport beside my arctic truck. They pulled me up with the hook. In the end, I left the Antarctic to go back home.

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My elf on the shelf

Annie North
Westview Elementary School

Me and my sister were decorating the tree and my elf on the shelf was nowhere to be found. But one day the mailman came. I got the mail. I went back inside and I looked at the card and what do you know, it was my elf on the shelf. He was in the Amazon Rainforest. By the way, my elf on the shelf has a snowman side kick! It was really cool because on Christmas morning my elf on the shelf was on a mini sleigh. There were giant stuffies. I got a trolls stuffy and my sister got an emoji stuffy. After that me and my sister opened our presents.

The end.

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Christmas is here!

Mayumi Miyaoka Harmer
Henderson Elementary School

Yay! Christmas is here! I woke up and I heard Santa on the roof. He skipped into my bedroom. He said “Let’s go for a ride and deliver presents.” Santa and I went for a ride. While we were flying, the sky looked like snowflakes gently floating. We went down the chimneys delivering presents to people. My face was as bright as the sun and my body was shaking like the waves. After Santa put me back in my bedroom. Then Mika came into my bed and said, “Did you have a good time with Santa?” “Yes,” I said. “I hope Santa brings Mieko and Momoko and I next year,” I said. I can’t wait for next Christmas.

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The best holiday gift

Sophie Lowenberger
Kelly Creek Community School

The best holiday gift is love. Love is the best gift because you can spend time with your family and it’s better than presents because you don’t have to worry about gifts. I love love.

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