For a special Christmas Edition "Man on the Street" celebrating the innocence and imagination of children, we asked students just how does Santa manage to deliver all those presents and get them into the house by Christmas Day. Here are a few replies:
Alisa Martin, 6, a Lorraine Elementary kindergarten student in Mrs. Tompkins class, said the elves put special magic on Santa and his sleigh to help get the job done.
Skye Scott, 6, a CJ Hicks Elementary student in Mrs. Legare's first grade class, said Santa delivered with his sleigh. She added she hoped Santa would bring her a Nintendo.
Damion Delamar, 6, a CJ Hicks Elementary student in Mrs. Legare's first grade class, said "He wraps them with paper and tapes them... And he comes through the thing that smokes." Damion said he wanted a puppy for Christmas.
Joshua Cain, 6, a Lorraine Elementary student in Mrs. Tompkins' kindergarten class, said the cookies he leaves out for Santa give him extra power to make it all over the world.
Kaleb Temple, 7, a Lorraine Elementary student in Mrs. Alford's second grade class, said Santa's sleigh goes over 100 mph and Santa has a special key that unlocks every door in the world
Monet Rose, 6, a Lorraine Elementary kindergarten student in Mrs. Baker's class, said the elves and reindeer help Santa get down the chimney.
Chase Tucker, 6, a CJ Hicks Elementary student in Mrs. Legare's first grade class, said "He puts them in his sleigh... But I just want an Xbox 360."
Omari Crowe, 7, a first grade Lorraine Elementary student in Mrs. Stewart's class, said the ice cream sprinkles in reindeer dust help the sleigh to fly faster.
Jacob Silvey, 9, pictured with brother Lucas, 3, said after thinking long and hard, it’s Santa Magic. If he can’t get down the chimney, he sends the elves.