Holiday stories from Powell River area students: Grade one

Santa helps out; A prime present; Elves come to the rescue; A dinosaur Christmas

Santa helps out

Benny Rothwell
Kelly Creek Community School

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The elf was on a shelf. He hopped down with toys. Santa helped him carry the toys.

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A prime present

Finn Mikkelson
Westview Elementary School

One time it was Christmas and there was a present for me and the present was Bumblebee attached to Optimus Prime.

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Elves come to the rescue

Nico Vodola
Westview Elementary School

Santa and Mrs. Claus were in the bathtub but it was hot. Then they screamed to the elves. They came running. Then they got some ice cubes and put it into the bath.

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A dinosaur Christmas

Andreus Mendoza
Partners in Education

Thousands and thousands of years ago there were two T-rexes that found a way to sneak into the outlands without Santa Dinosaur finding them. They wanted to get all the Christmas presents.

The Christmas presents were being guarded by raptors so they had to fight. The raptors decided to take all the bones to lure the T-rexes away! Then the raptors won and the T-rexes gave up.

Santa Dinosaur delivered all the presents to the little dinosaurs!

The end.

 
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