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02 Jan
2013
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Reyes Magos week!

Happy New Year! I know most of you have already gone back to school. I don’t go back until next week. :)

The reason is because we are waiting for the Three Wise Men or Los Tres Reyes Magos.
 I know many bilingual teachers use this resources in their classrooms so I decided to post about my favorite:
Keep reading and you will find lots of online resources, videos, games and even a an online letter.
  
The first one is a video that you can personalize for your students or your own kids. This was created by a toyshop and was very popular last year. You can choose between Santa or Los Reyes Magos. Try it!

The next one is from Ibi. This is a small town in Alicante (Spain). This town is known for having lots of toys factories. You watch a small video about Ibi or visit La casa De Los Reyes Magos.

This is a simple one that I love. Your students will can create a letter by choosing options. It’s great for reading and for listening, as everything that they choose is read aloud.
This is my Reyes Magos unit. You’ll find a Reyes Magos writing craftivity, a camel facts craft and some fun worksheets. It’s English-Spanish. You can find it in my TPT store.

 And last, some games. The first one is just for fun. It is created by a toy brand. So each time they get a present it opens as a real one… But still fun.

The second one is from a great educational site: VEDOQUE. You will find many options for spanish K-6 stdents.


4 Comments

  1. Love this post! My kiddos actually celebrate this holiday..glad I found some cute resources! :)

  2. Anonymous 9 January, 2013

    I'm a bilingual teacher in NJ and love this post! I lived and studied in Spain for many years. I always try to incorporate aspects of Spain's customs. Thanks

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