International Doll of the Month: Mexico

Our May 2017 #InternationalDollOfTheMonth represents Mexico, our neighbor to the south.

The presentation was led by Ms. Maribel and Ms. Alma, who both come from Mexico. Children learned about the physical geography of the country – including its hidden beaches and diverse wildlife – popular Mexican food, like tamales and enchiladas, and its famous dances. Our presenters performed two folk dances, and the children were able to touch traditional dance outfits and dance along too!


The International Doll of the Month spotlights our 75+ dolls representing the diverse heritage of the Cy-Fair community. We use the dolls to teach children about ways of life around the world.  

International Doll of the Month: El Salvador

Our March 2017 #InternationalDollOfTheMonth represents El Salvador, a beautiful country in central America.

The presentation was led by Ms. Regina and Ms. Joselyn, who both come from El Salvador. Children learned about the physical geography of the country – including its active volcanos – popular Salvadoran food, and the national bird and flower. Our presenters performed a popular folk dance, El Torito Pinto. The children had a chance to dance too! All children took home vanilla wafers from El Salvador.

We also welcomed a new doll to our collection from El Salvador, representing the country’s national dress.


The International Doll of the Month spotlights our 75+ dolls representing the diverse heritage of the Cy-Fair community. We use the dolls to teach children about ways of life around the world.