Celebrating Three Kings Day and Puerto Rican Culture with Alma’s Way
FOR KIDS: ALMA'S WAY EPISODES AND GAMES
Alma loves to “think through” everyday problems. On Three Kings Day, she notices her brother, Junior, is not interested in the toy she gave him. Alma decides to make it right with a Three Kings Day Do-Over!
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FOR PARENTS: NEW TRADITIONS
Alma and her family love celebrating their traditions and honoring their culture. Try making their delicious holiday dessert, Budín de Pan on the 6th for Three Kings Day. As the holiday season comes to a close, makea memory box to celebrate moments with family and friends. Fill the box with notes and trinkets from the past year.
FOR EDUCATORS: ALMA'S WAY LESSONS
Alma’s Way models self-awareness, self-advocacy, social awareness, cultural competency, and responsible decision-making to encourage kids to generate and value their own ideas and questions. PBS Learning Media offers Alma’s Way lessons for students in PreK through 2nd grade:
Neighborhood Notebook: Explore and celebrate our community
Think It Through: Use Alma’s Think it Through strategy to decide how to best honor commitments
Classroom Murals: Reflect on personal interests