SONG OF THE YEAR
UAE National Anthem
SONGS OF THE WEEK
To listen to the Arabic song of the week, kindly click on the link below:
Dhahab Al Layl Wa Tala'a Al Fajar
ذهب الليل و طلع الفجر
To listen to the song of the week for our Babies, kindly click on the link below:
Open Shut Them
To listen to the song of the week for our Playgroup I, kindly click on the link below:
Put On Your Shoes
To listen to the song of the week for our Playgroup II, kindly click on the link below:
Fruit Song for Children
To listen to the song of the week for our Foundation Year, kindly click on the link below:
Fruit Song for Children
Between the ages of three months and one year, there's a lot happening with baby language development. Babies can coo and laugh, play with sounds, babble and begin to communicate with gestures.
Their communication skills grow dramatically in their first year of life. Babies will learn how to express themselves, respond to you and understand when you communicate with them. All this happens before they say their first real words around their first birthday.
OUR PLAYGROUP I
Language development in children aged 1-2 years is amazing. Children will start to understand what you say to them. And by the year's end, you might even understand some of what they say to you !
At 1-2 years, children will learn to use and understand more words and more types of words. At first they'll understand mostly nouns - for example, 'dog', 'bus' and 'couch'. Eventually they'll understand a few verbs - for example, 'eat' and 'run'. Adjectives come next - for example, 'big' and 'blue'.
OUR PLAYGROUP II
What's happening with language development in children between the ages of two and three years?
Children between 2-3 years of age have by now doubled their vocabulary. They'll speak in longer sentences, and they might play and talk at the same time. Strangers will probably be able to understand most of what they say by the time they are three.
OUR FOUNDATION YEAR
Now a preschooler, you can expect longer, more complex conversations about all sorts of things. Language development in children aged 3-4 years also includes a growing vocabulary and a greater understanding of the basic rules of grammar.
Children learn lots of new words by listening to adults and guessing from context. They also learn from new experiences and from listening to stories read aloud. You can certainly look forward to some entertaining stories!
AFTERNOON KIDS' CLUB