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Dubai airportWith an hour or more before a flight, how you are going to keep your little ones occupied can be daunting for parents.  Dubai airport has opened a facility at Concourse B’s Zen Garden, Terminal 3. It is for families and kids. Read more

Summer Camps  4If you are staying in Dubai this summer you might be interested in the latest update of our Summer Camps for your children. There are plenty of different options available depending on the interests of your child, from acting, singing and dancing to boxing, filmmaking and sporting activities. Read more

Summer Camps  4Are your children bored and looking for a summer camp to go to,  see our Summer Camp directory.
One of the camps is an all-singing, all-dancing, all-acting SUMMER CAMP which will resume at HAYLEY’S COMET on Sunday 26th July from age 6 years. For more information contact info@hayleyscomet.com today or send a facebook message if you would like to sign up your little budding star to this performance camp! Read more

ask louiseQuestionI have an 11 month old daughter and am looking for mother and toddler playgroup or classes which will enhance the baby’s brain development and promote interaction with other babies. Looking for classes in Al Barsha 1 preferably. Can u help please.

AnswerWe have lots of Directories to help on Expat Echo Dubai. Please take a look at our Playgroup directory here.

 

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surviving air travel

If you are afraid of turning into one of those families we’ve all seen on board planes with unruly children, don’t worry. With a little forethought and preparation you can get to your destination with minimal stress and a happy family.

Planning your trip

The details of your vacation can mean the difference between success and disaster. Keep these ideas in mind as you plan
1. Aim for direct flights so you can avoid changing planes. If you have to make a change, avoid short layovers that give you too little time to get from gate to gate; conversely, avoid long layovers that require lots of idle time in airports. If your child is restless before they get on the plane, the flight will be a disaster.
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