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Our early childhood experts at Inspire are often called upon to collaborate on articles for various media outlets. If you’re an editor or a journalist and need information, email us on admin@inspireallchildren.com and we’d be happy to help!

Expat Woman

Expat Woman

INSPIRE CHILDREN’S NURSERY REVIEW

I was invited to visit Inspire Children’s Nursery this morning, it’s a cliché but I have to say it, I was inspired! Their stimulating and homely environment mixed with their warm and friendly approach makes it a wonderful nursery. Read full article here: INSPIRE CHILDREN’S NURSERY REVIEW

Mommy in Dubai

Mommy in Dubai

NOVEMBER 4, 2014

INSPIRE CHILDREN’S NURSERY REVIEW

Only positive praise for this beautiful nursery. Inspire children’s nursery is such a welcoming and “homey” place. I took Nate along with me (1.5yrs) and he did NOT want to go home. I felt very emotional when it was time to head home and wished we lived closer to the area where a Inspire is located (off of Umm Al Sheif Street). Read full article here: INSPIRE CHILDREN’S NURSERY REVIEW

Sassy Mama Dubai

Sassy Mama Dubai

10 DECEMBER, 2014

Inspire Children’s Nursery, A World Class Environment for Mini World Wise Pupils

Feeling overwhelmed by making a nursery choice for your little peeps mamas? With new schools popping up all over Dubai each month we’re not surprised – but here’s an option that’s guaranteed to inspire… Read full article here: Inspire Children’s Nursery, A World Class Environment for Mini World Wise Pupils

Timeout Kids

Timeout Kids

August 2014

STARTING ‘BIG SCHOOL’

Lisa Lewis from Inspire Children’s Nursery Dubai shares winning tips for a smooth transition Starting school can be a challenging time for children and parents, both. With a little preparation, however, you can help your child make a successful transition, and soon, the thrill of new experiences and engaging activities will take over, as he or she settles into this exciting new environment. Read full article here: Inspire Nursery Dubai How to prepare children to start school

Better Homes Education GuideBetter Homes Education Guide

August 2014

THE FIRST DAY AT NURSERY SCHOOL

Your child’s first day at nursery or playgroup can be daunting prospect for both you and your child. Lisa Lewis, nursery manager at Inspire Children’s Nursery, Dubai, has valuable advice to ensure that your family’s experience of nursery is a happy on from the very start. Read full article here: Inspire Nursery Dubai How to prepare your child for first day of nursery school

Time Out Kids DubaiTimeout Kids

May 2014

STRESS-FREE TRAVEL WITH KIDS

Five top tips for travelling with your toddler this summer

Travelling with your toddler this summer? We asked Lisa Lewis from Inspire Children’s Nursery, to share her ideas based on the early learning strategies they use to keep kids engaged. Banish visions of whiny cries and fidgets, and the altogether dreaded mid-air meltdown, with these tips and tricks. Read full article here: http://www.timeoutdubai.com/kids/features/51975-stress-free-travel-with-kids

Mother Baby And ChildMother Baby And Child

March 2013

THE MANY LANGUAGES OF CHILDREN

We are prewired for language with an intrinsic need to communicate with the world around us. It starts from the beginning when babies use different cries to express how they are feeling and how a parent talking, singing, or simply humming can soothe them. Remarkably, babies recognize the sound of their mother’s voice prior to their birth and they soon become more attuned to their first language within days. Driven by their inherent fascination with human faces, they are able to copy some exaggerated facial expressions. Read full article here: http://www.motherbabychild.com/en/the-many-languages-of-children-3/

Mother Baby ChildMother Baby And Child

February 2013

VALUING FRIENDSHIPS AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES

“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen, nor touched….but are felt in the heart.” – Helen Keller It is said our friends are the family we choose. While we all know the value of friendship, something we seldom consciously think about are the behaviors and skills required to establish, develop and nurture our friendships. Read full article here: http://www.motherbabychild.com/en/valuing-friendships-and-individual-differences-2/

The-NationalThe National

January 2013

SPECIAL NEEDS: INCLUSIVE NURSERY A LIFESAVER FOR AUTISTIC BOY’S PARENTS

Narayan’s parents did not know their son had autism until he enrolled at Happy Home Nursery in Sharjah. Staff noticed symptoms and recommended seeking a professional diagnosis. “We were not aware that he had a problem,” said Narayan’s mother, 30, from India. “But later on we gotgood support from the nursery.” Read full article here: http://www.inspireallchildren.com/articles/national-article-jan-13-2013.pdf

Time Out Kids DubaiTimeOut Kids

September 2012

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE IN DUBAI

Dr. Sandra Willis, child psychology expert at Inspire Children’s Nursery, looks at how we can promote ‘peace education’ through the school curriculum In our increasingly globalised and interconnected world, access to and therefore the understanding of conflict and violence has drastically evolved. Read full article here: http://www.timeoutdubai.com/kids/features/35464-international-day-of-peace-in-dubai#.U3tO2F486aq

Tme Out DubaiTimeOut Abu Dhabi

September 2012

NURSERY FIRST-DAY NERVES

Inspire Children’s Nursery’s Asma Maladwala offers her advice

Each new school year brings with it many new families, ready to settle their little ones in to nursery. The first few days can be an emotional rollercoaster for parents and children alike; the anxiety and uncertainty of their child’s reaction to the new environment is daunting. Read full article here: http://www.timeoutabudhabi.com/kids/features/34925-nursery-first-day-nerves#.U3tRc1486ap

Mother Baby ChildMother Baby and Child

July 2012

FOR THE LOVE OF FAMILY

Many species operate in groups. It is, arguably, a matter of survival for many species. We are no exception. Just look around you… People operate in groups. These groups can form families, tribes, communities, societies, and more. The family is universally recognised as a basic unit of society. All over the world, families are as different and diversified as they are alike. Read full article here: http://www.motherbabychild.com/en/for-the-love-of-family-2/

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