UAE Ministry of Education
04 April 2020
The UAE Ministry of Education has put together a range of developmentally appropriate activities for each age-group. Activities address the different domains of development such as the physical, social and emotional, language and communication and cognitive skills.
وزارة بيةالت والتعليم ف دولة اإلمارات العربية المتحدة
.جمعت وزارة التربية والتعليم في دولة اإلمارات العربية المتحدة مجموعة من األنشطة المناسبة للتنمية لكل فئة عمرية. تتناول هذه األنشطة المجاالت المختلفةللتنمية مثل المهارات الجسدية, واإلجتماعية, والعاطفية, واللغة واإلتصال, والمهارات المعرفية
Language & Communication
01 April 2020
Parent Article: 13 Things Babies Learn When We Read with Them
Refer to this article to better understand what your young ones are learning when you read to them during their early years.
Arts & Sensory Experiences
Edible Finger Paint
Try this completely edible non-toxic paint recipe for your young ones.
Sensory Play with Water
Create a sensory tub for your child and add food coloring for added excitement.
Parent Article & Tips:
Refer to this article by the American Optometric Association to learn about vision development during the first year of life. A link is also provided to download high contrast pattern cards.
Bring out bubble wrapping paper for an exciting sensory experience as your child lies, rolls, and crawls on the wrap.
Parent Article: Building with Blocks
Early block play paves the way for development of STEM skills in early childhood. Bring out your child’s blocks and provide them with rich language learning during your play experience.
Reuse empty plastic bottles and create a visual sensory exploration for your little one. You can use everyday materials from around the house to create discovery bottles.
Recipes To Try
Parent Article: Starting Solid Food
Is your baby ready to try solid foods? Refer to this article to better understand signs of readiness that your child might be showing you.
Starting Solid Food
Lentil Pancakes with Spinach
Help your child become independent and develop their fine motor skills by providing them with easy to grab finger foods.
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