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ANZA Playgroup meets every Monday at Peek-a-Boo

Helps children with special needs via education programmes and integrating them into society

This 2,000 square foot indoor playground created by a children’s museum designer provides a range of classes and play options for pre-schoolers

Traditional Italian gelato made fresh daily, with great fruity options and fab coffee. Try the ‘affogato’, a scoop of gelato dunked in espresso. Takeaways and ice cream cakes also available

Owing to its meticulously ordered sections, you’ll find shopping for books in Borders a real pleasure.

Private and group tuition in speech and drama for children aged four and over

A new kids’ play area in Al Barsha Mall. Includes soft play, arts and crafts, kids’ classes, parties, and a party store. They also have a cafe serving healthy treats

Unlock your kids’ artistic potential, improve concentration, observation and hand-eye coordination, and have a lot of fun creating clay masterpieces too!

Unlock your kids’ artistic potential, improve concentration, observation and hand-eye coordination, and have a lot of fun too!

Variety of dance, movement, mime and group work classes. for children aged three upwards

Variety of dance, movement, mime and group work classes for children aged three upwards. Also flamenco classes for kids aged seven and over. Dhs55 for 30 mins

Mina Liccione, a Broadway and Stomp! veteran teaches kids how to tap dance and make music from their own bodies

Drama school offering London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art-accredited group tuition for kids aged four-18 years

Storytelling and songs for tots under three, and a teen book club held once a month

Drumming classes not just for kids, but the whole family, are now running at Mall of the Emirates

Guinness World Records cites the Gucci ‘Genius’ Jeans as the most expensive in history.

Gorgeous US brand, stocks beautiful frocks and comfy and colourful casualwear for babies and kids up to 12

Affordable, brightly coloured fashion for mums-to-be

Indian grub for developing palates with kid-friendly dishes such as ‘pyramid’ dosas and masala fish fingers

Introductory and advanced lessons in Irish dancing with a registered tutor

For mothers-to-be who refuse to look frumpy

High end boutique in Mall of the Emirates, selling designer brands including Ralph Lauren, Fendi Kids and Rykiel Enfant

A range of creative drama classes for children, some of which culminate in a final performance

Dubai’s only comedy classes will teach kids aged five-11 basic improvisation and circus skills

Really cool and affordable stuff, from keyrings and bags to soft toys, dolls and stationery