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show, I get out of bed and onto the oor, And stumble myself out through the door, I plopped myself down right next to the re, When I realized the situation was quite dire, I opened my present and what should I see, A Tickle Me Elmo staring at me.

Frosty the Snowman- What Really Happened By: Morgan Gundlach Anna runs and plays all over An old silk hat she sees in the snow Charlie, her brother, placed the head of the snowman on Anna screamed, “ Hey can we put this on it?”

“Sure,” Charlie replied. They place it on the tightly packed snowman Magic spins, spins, spins, and spins Around the snowman. Charlie and Anna look at their snowman they had just built, in shock. A live snowman looked back at them back and said, “Hey, I’m Frosty!” "The snowman?" they n ished.

"Yep!" said the snowman. He had a scarf striped with orange and yellow.

And two eyes made out of coal They became great friends And played for the rest of the day The heat began to rise The children noticed “Frosty, it’s getting warmer” “If I can be saved I have to go to the North Pole” Frosty replied Anna spotted a train that said, “To the North Pole” In red bold letters. She pointed. They ran. It was going to leave in one minute.

They reached for the handle on the side of the train Anna, then Charlie hopped on the train Frosty could barely hold on because he was a snowman.

Anna and Charlie helped him.

They nally made it. With Snow falling from the ground In the North Pole Frosty says, “goodbye” Standing in the thick snow. When the children get home they wonder If Frosty the Snowman will be back again some day.

WINTER By: Jeremiah Towns Snow is cold The cold makes your nose run And it makes you shiver and shake Snow can be mean.

People throw it at you. It can hurt your stomach or face.

Some put it down your back. Snow is dangerous! Snow is very slippery when it turns to ice It can be crunchy when you step on it And you could get frostbite You can't see where you are going You can't get around very easily when you get a lot of snow.

Sometimes you get stuck Snow Christmas By William Anderson Christmas Seeing family members, opening presents.

Eating, praying, sledding. Visiting family.

Laughing and seeing family.

Christmas Mrs. Lew, Fifth Grade Weather Cold, Chilly Freezing, Snowy, Icey You can't feel your body Fire, Hot chocolate, Marshmallows Warm, Cozy Winter By:Ashanti Hendricks Christmas time is here. Time to start opening gifts. Spend time with famliy. By Clayton Clement Christmas Day Laughter, Happiness, Grateful , Thankful, And lots of wrapping paper. By: Gracelyn J. Goettl Santa climbs down the chimney Kids fast asleep dreaming of gumdrops Toys under the tree stock- ings lled with gifts Jacks, ham mers,bears, slinkys, yoyos and tops too Presents, lights, trees the cookies and the milk all gone When the kids nally awake they scream in excitement Presents wrap round the tree skirt, stockings lled to the brim The ham the turkey the ggy pudding all safe and sound in the fridge Joy and the the aroma of wrapping paper lled the the air, kids playing with toys At dinner family come together and eat goodies like ham, turkey, stufng as the sun sets Christmas does too. By James D Burzynski We go there every year The Ice is clear Christmas is near Now Christmas Is Here Let’s spread some Christmas cheer every year. By: Elexis Hazuga Christmas I sleep like a baby, Then Santa gives me my presents, and then I Eat Breakfast Watch tv I have fun,eat lunch Play with my brother, I play with the dogs, I eat supper, Play games, Open priests Play with my presets and I am nice. By Lilly Gumz Football Football is near Christmas The NFL is the National Football League The Packers play against the Browns The channel is on Fox The time is 3:25pm The Raiders play against the Colts The channel is on Fox The time is 7:25pm NFLl on Christmas Bye: Lance Kelly Christmas Santa, Caroling, Presents, Family fun. I love Christmas time. Snow By: Brooklynn Kramar Santa Santa is checking his list twice Think twice to be nice Santa likes cookies Like a rookie Sometimes Santa likes to play with dice. By:Zoey Lodahl Santa Red clothing Jolly old man Brings lots of gifts Santa By: Ella M. Nowobielski Christmas Food The food is cooking, everyone is starving My nerves are doing a food dance of joy.

Let’s eat my grandma says Mashed potatoes, gravy, corn ,turkey and ham.

By, Olivia . R. Overgard I wake up Wake my parents, But they’re crabby My Dad Snorlaxes Opening presents like Gyarados.

I call my sister Purugley Say “Hi” to a Hanter Help me please I’m only a Rookidie Going to Grandma’s Just for the Tapu koko Christas tree in the back Jingle bells playing When I get home nothing to do Lots of cool stuff But I play my new game. By:Leo Sowiak Christmas To-Do’s Lights Presents Christmas cards And a large Christmas tree. Decorations Letters to Santa Wrapping presents And mailing them Christmas. Packers VS Browns Christmas cookies in the making Buying gifts for your family members And eating too much Christmas dinner.

By: John Smit Christmas Nice, Santa Lighting, Tree, Decoration, I love Christmas time too Hot chocolate By:Rainey Wellner Letter for Santa By: Ellie Steivang Hi Santa, These are some things I’m looking forward to!

Stocking Stuffed A lot of presents New Year! Toys mAking cookies for you! Christmas poem Every Christmas my family gets together.

We have a big Christmas because we have a lot of family We make a lot of cookies for everyone.

And then we still have leftovers for 2 months yet.

We have at least 100 people. So we make over 500 almost 600 cookies for everyone. We make all the cookies in one day.

By: Austin Rossester Christmas Day Christmas trees are bright. Christmas trees are tall and small Christmas ornaments.

By:Clarisha Daigle On Christmas Eve I stay home and enjoy the feast.

I am not a beast. I love to stay up late and have a treat.

Some nights I look at the lights. I am pleasant with my present. By: Beau Ducommun Mrs. Mahr’s 5th Grade Class Frosty By Hunter Ogle Frosty Cold, cool, snowy, happy Son of Old Man Winter and Madam Snow He loves NOTHING, he’s cold hearted! He fears melting. He needs cold temperatures. He gives happiness.

He would like to see the day it snows again.

Resident of Snowman Street. The Snowman WAR By: Malina Czubakowski Snowball ght Fun, Exciting Reading, Aiming, Firing Solve everything with just one throw Packed – Snow war!

Christmas By: Channing Lewallen Christmas Presents getting raped Cookies in the oven Talking in room from parents Mashed potatoes Putting ornaments on the christmas tree Christmas Sneaking Into My Stocking By Max Acker It was Christmas night I went to my brothers room but it was a problem his door was too loud. The door creaked but I didn’t hear anything upstairs then I woke him up and he said, “What” pretty loud and I told him to follow me. He asked, “Where?”

I said upstairs. We went upstairs but the stairs creaked. We didn’t hear a door upstairs so we were good. We went to our stockings there was nothing in them but then… We heard something on the roof!

We hid behind the island. We heard something in the chimney It was Santa! We were silent. We waited until Santa was gone. Back by our stockings Taking the stuff out in order one by one.

We had to be as quiet as we could because the wrappers were loud!

We put items back in one by one. We heard a door and ran into our bedrooms. We went to bed. We woke up I yelled, “Christmas!” Bolted up the stairs and took everything out of my stocking. Auggie By: Bentley Shilts Auggie Hubble, Loyal Playing, Loving, Caring Best dog in the World Dog Swinter By: Abby Weltzin Swinter When winter turns to spring Snow falling from the sky The hot chocolate brewing Birds chirping The hot chocolate in your mouth

The cold snow Winter Poem By Alison Summereld Winter White snowakes falling from the sky Hot chocolate brewing in the kitchen The loud crunch of snow The warm hot chocolate The feeling of the warm re place lit in the living room Winter Christmas At School By: Caitlin Collins “WOW!” The whole class said. The teacher pulled out a big box of ornaments… AND A GIANT TREE!

“This deserves a OHHH AAHH,” the teacher said.

“OOOHHH AAAAAAA,” the class said.

"GO CRAZY KIDS!!!!" the teacher yelled. We all went crazy!

We used the whole box and all the ornaments.

The teacher came over to see the tree… “The other side of the tree is empty. You silly little kids" she said.

We all xed the tree up. (STORY NOT TRUE) THE END Christmas Morning By: Kylee Kroeplin I woke up with excitement early in the morning….. because it was CHRISTMAS! I ran down the stairs as fast as I could and I saw presents.

I saw the tree glowing with the decorations The shiny glowing presents calling my name.

I smell the Christmas’s pine needles on the tree.

I hear the Christmas presents wrinkling under the tree.

I taste hot chocolate with candy I touch my presents to see what’s inside.

X-Mas Morning Poem By: Kellen Lechleitner WAKE UP, KELLEN! Ahh! It’s me, Aden, your brother Ok sorry [yawns] It’s christmas! Oh yeah. Is mom up? I don’t know. We listen to Santo saying ho ho ho for 2 minutes And we see reindeer on the window.

Merry Christmas says mom. Let’s open presents! I say.

No, we will eat rst. Ok. Yum. Ew.

We have cookies. I see presents, I said. We open presents. Then I head to my dads. Wrapping Presents By: Michael Grady It was a dark night and the snow was falling on the ground.

Christmas lights shining through the house.

The Christmas candle that smelled like cinnamon was lit on the table.

The rewood was crackling. I grabbed the brown box that was as big as a lunch box.

I started unrolling the crisp blue snowake wrapping paper. I started measuring the length of the box so I can get the right amount of wrapping paper.

I found a noisy roll of tape. I started tearing pieces off. I started making perfect folds. I was admiring my work of art. I grabbed the teal ribbon and started tying it around my box.

To top it all off, I made a aw less bow.

My big green tree with a lot of colorful lights and sparkling ornaments that’s all different sizes.

I place my masterpiece under the tree, awaiting Christmas day until my mom can open it.

When I was done I sat down and enjoyed Christmas sugar cookies that tasted like candy canes And drank some cinnamon hot cocoa.

‘Tis the Season By: Annelysse Kramschuster The snow is falling. The tree is lit with bright lights. Presents are under the tree. December is the best month. I will love Christmas forever. Christmas Tree By: Hadley Bourget The fresh smell of pine. Silky presents under the tree . Blue, red, green and cool ornaments on the tree.

A fancy star, gold and silver, on top of the tree.

Christmas Morning By: Seth Lilla I woke up one morning in a moment’s know, Soon my excitement starts to show, I get out of bed and onto the oor, And stumble myself out through the door, I plopped myself down right next to the re, When I realized the situation was quite dire, I opened my present and what should I see, A Tickle Me Elmo staring at me.

Frosty the Snowman- What Really Happened By: Morgan Gundlach Anna runs and plays all over An old silk hat she sees in the snow Charlie, her brother, placed the head of the snowman on Anna screamed, “ Hey can we put this on it?”

“Sure,” Charlie replied. They place it on the tightly packed snowman Magic spins, spins, spins, and spins Around the snowman. Charlie and Anna look at their snowman they had just built, in shock.

A live snowman looked back at them back and said, “Hey, I’m Frosty!” "The snowman?" they n ished.

"Yep!" said the snowman. He had a scarf striped with orange and yellow.

And two eyes made out of coal They became great friends And played for the rest of the day The heat began to rise The children noticed “Frosty, it’s getting warmer” “If I can be saved I have to go to the North Pole” Frosty replied Anna spotted a train that said, “To the North Pole” In red bold letters. She pointed. They ran. It was going to leave in one minute.

They reached for the handle on the side of the train Anna, then Charlie hopped on the train Frosty could barely hold on because he was a snowman.

Anna and Charlie helped him.

They nally made it. With Snow falling from the ground In the North Pole Frosty says, “goodbye” Standing in the thick snow. When the children get home they wonder If Frosty the Snowman will be back again some day.

WINTER By: Jeremiah Towns Snow is cold The cold makes your nose run And it makes you shiver and shake Snow can be mean. People throw it at you. It can hurt your stomach or face.

Some put it down your back. Snow is dangerous! Snow is very slippery when it turns to ice It can be crunchy when you step on it And you could get frostbite You can't see where you are

going

You can't get around very easily when you get a lot of snow.

Sometimes you get stuck Snow Christmas By William Anderson Christmas Seeing family members, opening presents.

Eating, praying, sledding. Visiting family. Laughing and seeing family. Christmas

December 22, 2021