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Ice, ice baby – Supe...

Bring out your sailor and beret hats, we have ice boats & popsicle paints ready! To beat the summer heat, we chilled with ice at JINS! Give these ideas a try at home with your little one. For making Ice Boats – All you have to do is freeze water...

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A fun, mark making act...

A great activity to try at home with your child – all you need is a trough of coloured sand and some plastic animals. We call it ‘The Treasure Trough of Ocean Wonders’. When we set this up at JINS, the children were enthused to get involved! The...

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The Power of Positive ...

The Power of Jumeirah International Nursery’s Positive Education : Give your Child a Headstart. Watch the video to explore how we help our children develop ‘Positive Relationships’ during their early years.

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Visit Us @Schools and ...

Visit Fortes Education, a Platinum Exhibitor at the Schools & Childcare Show, as we are ready to answer your questions on a variety of topics such as admissions, curriculum, our PosEd pedagogy, after-school clubs and so much more!   Come along an...

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Season’s Greetin...

Jumeirah International Nurseries wishes you and your family a festive holiday season and a very happy new year.  

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Join us at the Emirate...

Join us at the Emirates Living Market Day at Springs-15 on Friday, 25th November from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. #Sunmarke #Fortes  

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How to Raise a Caring ...

Babies who are only a few days old tend to cry when they hear another baby crying. (They don’t cry when they hear a recording of their own crying, so this isn’t just a reaction to noise.) If one preschooler starts crying about missing his mommy, other...

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How to deal with a chi...

A few weeks back I endured one of the most stressful experiences of my life. During a flight to Los Angeles, my two-year-old son had a massive tantrum. There was screaming; there was snot; there were floods of tears (and not just from my toddler, believe ...

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Baby milestone: Walkin...

Most babies take their first steps sometime between 9 and 12 months and are walking well by the time they’re 14 or 15 months old. Don’t worry if your child takes a little longer, though. Some perfectly normal children don’t walk until th...

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Speech and Language

Communication is the imparting or exchanging of information by speaking, writing, or using some other medium. Tools that help us and children communicate with each other are Voice, Speech, and Language. Voice is the sound or sounds uttered through the mou...