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Child Stimulation Month 2020 kicked off countrywide under the theme "Hug Me, Listen to Me, Read with Me – Help Me Grow". Like clockwork, Child Stimulation Month commences on the first day of March every year, with it bringing an array of activities for the pre-school children of San Pedro.

Pre-Schools on the island celebrated the opening of Child Stimulation Month with a parade through the main streets of San Pedro. Children were in colorful costumes displaying National Symbols of Belize, Colors, Shapes, Community Workers and so much more.

Click here to read the rest of the article and see lots of fabuloous photos in the Ambergris Today

Here's the parade in Corozal

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San Pedro Should Have a Parade EVERY Monday

Yesterday, Monday morning, I headed into town with a long list of errands. ... I walked up to the next street and BAM…I ran RIGHT into a parade. What a fantastic way to start your week. SUPER cute kids – celebrating “Child Stimulation Month”. Tough name but good cause. And the kids, though HOT (this was about 1 mile into their trek) were so super cute.

SO I took a bunch of pictures.

Click here to read the rest of the article in the San Pedro Scoop


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Child Stimulation Month opens with a grand parade

A festive parade through the main streets of San Pedro Town signaled the start of Child Stimulation Month on Monday, March 2nd. Under the theme: “Hug me, Listen to me, Read with me, Help me Grow!” the island’s preschoolers, along with their teachers and parent(s)/guardian(s), commemorated the significance of early childhood education. Participating preschools included: Holy Cross Preschool, Little Angels Preschool, San Pedro Preschool, Little Star Preschool, La Isla Carinosa Preschool, Brighter Tomorrow Preschool, Shining Star Preschool, ABC Preschool, and La Isla Bonita Preschool. Accompanying the preschoolers were the San Pedro Roman Catholic School’s marching band, New Horizon SDA’s newly formed marching band, La Isla Bonita’s marching band, representatives from Rickilee Rapid Response, the Traffic department, and the Police department.

Click here to read the rest of the article and LOTS of great photos in the San Pedro Sun