Photos by Catherine Gabe | Wellington Enterprise
We asked some Westwood Elementary students, “What do you want for Christmas?” Here’s how they responded.
Second grade “A pet kitten. A black and white kitty would be good.”
First grade “I would like a kitchen so I can make things like cake, corn and hot dogs.”
Kindergartner “Captain America – he’s a super soldier of America and I want the Captain America where he can pop out of it with his motorcycle.”
First grade “I want a computer with a blue case so I can download games.”
Kindergartner “A Transformer that opens up and becomes a dinosaur. It crushes rocks. It’s green and it’s a T-rex. I saw him on TV.”
Second grade “A for-real pig. Pigs are my favorite.”
First grade A laptop, a new watch, and a new sled.
Second grade “A basketball hoop because when I’m not working on the farm I play basketball — or I will if I get a hoop.”
Third grade “A Barbie camper, a chubby puppy. I have a lot more but I can’t remember the rest.”
Kindergartner “I want the unicorn that you can feed a berry to.”
Third grade “A new Star Wars game where there is a portal and you put cars in to stop the evil people. I would like a new lightsaber. I only have one now and it’s a red one. I would like to get blue so my sister and I could lightsaber back and forth.”
Third grade An American Girl doll, the one named Rebecca.
Second grade “Shopkins because I like to eat and there’s a little slide that they go down to the big refrigerator.”
First grade A Barbie. Clothes from Frozen.
First grade An iPhone. I don’t know why I need it.
Second grade “I want a tablet.”
Kindergartner “A Rainbow Barbie doll. You use a straightener to get the color on her hair.”
Second grade “A trail camera for hunting to watch the deer when I go hunting with my dad.”