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 بية الت 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 المختلفة للتنمية مثل المهارات الجسدية, واإلجتماعية, والعاطفية, واللغة واإلتصال, والمهارات المعرفية
ًمن 12 إلى 24 شهرا
ًمن 24 إلى 36 شهرا را
Language & Communication
01 April 2020
Parent Article: Reading with Toddlers
Learn tips and techniques to enhance your child’s communication skills in their early years.
Sensory Story Tub: The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Use a story sensory tub to build early literacy skills in your child using their favourite book.
Arts & Sensory Experiences
This fun hands-on science investigation provides sensory exploration for very young hands.
Use this cost effective recipe to make safe playdough that can be stored in the fridge for prolonged use.
Lint Roller Worm Pick-Up
Work on your toddler’s fine motor skills by providing simple at home materials.
Pom Pom Drop and Shoot
Here’s an example of how your toddler can manipulate simple objects around the home to work on their fine and gross motor skills.
Using Recycled Materials
Provide open ended recyclable materials easily found around home to help your child work on their creativity and problem-solving skills.
Liquid Density Experiment: Ice, Baby Oil and Glitter
Provide opportunities to explore properties of liquids by providing your toddler with simple household items.
Recipes To Try
Healthy Baked Broccoli Tots
Finger food items such as these bite-sized tots will allow your child to develop independence in feeding themselves.
Green Smoothie Pancakes
A healthy recipe with spinach and whole wheat flour to keep your toddler’s belly full.
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