You can prepare for Three Kings Day with blog's like Mommy Maestra that gives innovative tips on helping your kids learn about the tradition. You can find innovative ways to help celebrate this day in your home in January. You might talk about nativity and how Jesus was visited by the kings .
Check out her blog at : http://www.mommymaestra.com/ . You can also check out Recetas para Ninos at : www.entrechiquitines.com/recetas/como-preparar-un-roscon-de-reyes/ . At this blog you can find recipes to try for Three Kings Day. You can check out books at Wilkes Public Library regarding traditions around the world.
You can also see how Disney celebrated Three Kings Day in the past at : http://www.amren.com/news/2012/12/disneys-three-kings-day-celebration-expansion-highlights-importance-of-hispanic-heritage/ . You mighht consider going with your kids to celebrate the day at Disney.
Disney stated: " Join us January 4, 5 and 6, 2013 at Big Thunder Ranch Jamboree in Frontierland for a 3-day celebration of this Latin and Spanish American holiday commemorating the 3 gift-giving kings."
Disney's sites further stated : "For generations, the people of Spain, Mexico, Central America and Puerto Rico have observed this important holiday, also known as Epiphany, with their own unique traditions."
Learn more about Epiphany . Teach more about this concept to your homeschoolers at : http://christianity.about.com/od/christmas/f/whatisepiphany.htm . These are some of the themes of the Thtee Kings Day. You can explore other ways people celebrate it in America and teach social sciences to your homeschoolers. Furthermore, they state Epiphany : means “manifestation” or “revelation" and is commonly linked in Western Christianity with the visit of the wise men (Magi) to the Christ child. Through the Magi, Christ revealed himself to the gentiles.