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School finishes early during Ramadan, so what will your kids be up to?

Wondering how to keep your kids active, entertained and creative over Ramadan? Read on…

Body Tree are putting on Ramadan Dance Week from May 27th-June 9th at their studio and at Saadiyat Beach Club.
Boys AND girls aged between 2-18 can learn all types of dance including ballet, pointe Jazz, hip hop, contemporary and pilates at all levels from beginner to advanced.

AED55 per class. Packages available.

For sporty kids, Vogue Fitness in Yas Marina is offering a Ramadan Development Camp for teens aged 13-16 focusing on developing their strength, agility, coordination, stamina, speed, balance and endurance skills to make them better at exercise and sport.

AED1,700 – Full 4-week package, 12 sessions – AED1320, Drop in — AED130

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Haddins Fitness are also offering fun, challenging and specifically tailored activities with ‘Ramadan Youth Fitness” which runs from 2.30pm-3.30pm for teens 12-16 years old.

AED50 per session or AED600 for the month

For the younger ones Happy Nest Playhouse in Al Raha Gardens is hosting a Ramadan Camp from May 17th-June 15th with cooking and baking, arts and crafts and fun and games. They will also supply a small meal at an extra charge.

2.30pm-6pm Sunday to Thursday.  AED1,500 for the month, AED 400 per week or AED90 per day plus optional meal charge of AED18 per day


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