2 Los Reyes MagosIn Spain, everyone knows who Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar are.They are Los reyes Magos (The ThreeWise Men) who come from the FarEast in their camels and leave presentsin Spanish homes on the night of the5th January.
4 Spanish children write a letter to them saying how they have behaved during the year and what they would like to get.
5 On the 5th January at night people welcome them into their cities with bigparades and the Reyes Magos throw sweetsas they make their way around.
6 Before going to bed children clean Their shoes and leave them by theChristmas tree or the Nativityscene.They also leave food and water forthe Reyes Magos and their camellos.
7 El día de Reyes On the 6th January children will get Presents if they have behavedotherwise they will get coal.
8 After opening the presents families have hot chocolate and roscón dereyes for breakfast.
9 Ya vienen los Reyes Magos ya vienen los Reyes Magos caminito de Belén olé, olé, Holanda y olé Holanda ya se veYa se ve, ya se veCargaditos de juguetes cargaditos de juguetes para el Niño de Belén olé, olé, Holanda y olé Holanda ya se ve
10 The Wise Men are coming the Wise Men are coming on their way to Bethlehem olé, olé, Holy land and olé Holy land can be seen.Carrying lots of toys carrying lots of toys for the Child in Bethlehem olé, olé, Holy land and olé Holy land can be seen.
11 GAME: Can you get Melchor, Gaspar, Baltasar, camello and estrella together? They need to be together to bring their regalos! Ask: ¿quién eres? Answer: soy …
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