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Strengthen family ties through dance in Yucatán

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To strengthen family ties through playful and recreational activities, the choreography contest entitled “Dance with the girls and boys of School Participation” was held at the “Luis Donaldo” preschool Colosio” of the San José Tecoh neighborhood, in the municipality of Mérida.

The activity was carried out within the framework of Children’s Day, in which mothers, fathers and even grandparents were an important part of the presentations, in which they showed enthusiasm and joy for sharing this experience with the students.

About 50 participants divided into four groups and two duets, showed off their care and creativity with the costumes, as well as their joy with the fun steps to the rhythm of children’s songs such as “El Baile de la Ranita”, “La Patita Lulú” and “The gorilla dance”.

The event was organized by the Secretary of Education of the State Government, through the State Unit for Social Participation in Education.

On behalf of Liborio Vidal Aguilar, Secretary of Education, teacher Violeta Real Pinelo, thanked the educational community for spending time and commitment to this activity, which fosters family ties and links with the educational community.

Real Pinelo said that these actions favor socio-emotional development, strengthen the training of students, while motivating children to feel comfortable in healthy and harmonious school spaces.

“The objective of these strategies is that schools have recreational, artistic and cultural activities that help students express themselves and learn life skills such as creativity, imagination, oral and written expression,” he added. .

In her speech, the director of the “Luis Donaldo Colosio” preschool, Isabel García Ortega, thanked the school community for their enthusiastic participation, especially the mothers, fathers and authorities who supported the holding of this contest.

The winners were the teams: “La Monada” from 3°B, “Las Ranitas Bailadoras” from 3°C and “Los Chiquilines” from 1°A, who obtained first, second and third place, respectively.

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