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dubai-little-league-logoDubai Little League has over 450 players ages 4-17 playing baseball and softball in Dubai.

Registrations are now open and the cost is AED 1000/player until September 20th after which the cost will increase to AED1200/player until registration closes on Thursday the 9th of October.  Offline registration will be available at the Dubai Little League Fields on Wednesday September 10th between 5pm and 7pm and on Saturday September 13th between 2pm and 4pm. Cash payment required.

It is advisable to register as soon as possible as some divisions are already filling up. Read more

aquafunme-dubai.JPGAquaFunME has started a new concept of inflatable parks in Dubai with the first one being located in Jumeira Lake Towers.

This fun park has the worlds highest and longest inflatable water slide measuring 16x65m (click here to see it in action)! In addition to this there are many other games for kids and adults including – sumo suite fighting, zorb ball, soap football, water barbell, bumper boat, obstacle course and a bouncy castles all attracting guests from 2 to 61 years old.

The AquaFunME park is open daily from 4:30-10pm and will stay till at least February.  AquaFunME will also be offering Birthday Party packages.

Prices are per game (AED 10) or you can have an unlimited VIP pass for AED 50.  Group discount is also available.

Click here for the Location map Read more

dyslexia-dubaiTrevor is a pre-schooler who can’t quite learn his letters, confuses his colours and shapes, and has difficulty learning nursery rhymes. Trevor becomes the primary school child who can’t match sounds to letters, misinterprets instructions, and has difficulty with word building. He enters middle school and has difficulty with reading comprehension, his written stories are brief with letter-sound confusions, and he shows difficulty with task completion.

Family members wonder… “Maybe Trevor just needs more practice.” “Maybe he will outgrow it.” “Maybe a different school or curriculum would make things easier.” Trevor tries, but it is not enough.

As Trevor experiences increased anxiety and frustration about schoolwork, so does the gap in his learning process. Trevor’s scenario spells HELP!

As we enter the new school year, there are children bursting with excitement to meet their new teachers, sorting their stationery, organizing their desks – ready for challenges. There is also another group of children, the Trevors, who feel anxious, resistant and very unsure by the thought of returning to school and climbing the next academic Everest. Read more

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