Top family things to do in Dubai this week

Your little ones won’t be bored again with our weekly guide

Wednesday 18

Time Out Kids Coffee Mornings at West 14th
Mums can relax and enjoy some freshly brewed coffee and pastries while the kids get one hour of supervised play. Dhs65 per adult including one hour of play for one child aged two or above, plus tea/coffee and a baker’s basket.
Wed 9.30am-11.30am. Until June 25. West 14th, Oceana, Palm Jumeirah, (04 447 7601).

Thursday 19

Mathnasium summer special
Whether your kids love maths or just need a little extra help to get them on the right track, check out Mathnasium’s summer camp, offering tailor-made programmes for each student.
From Dhs690 per week. Sun-Thu 10am-5pm. Until August 31. Various locations including Al Barsha, (04 395 8911).

Friday 20

Sinbad’s Kids’ Club
The club is now open at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, complete with kids’ splash park, games and more to keep the little ones up to the age of 16 entertained. Free for guests staying at the hotel. Dhs250 per day per child for external guests.
Daily 8am-10pm. Ongoing. Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah, (055 221 1058).

See the turtles being fed at Dubai’s only rehabilitation project for the reptiles. The initiative aims to provide a safe home to nurse sick and injured turtles back to health before returning them to their natural habitat. Free. Wed 11am, Fri 1pm. Ongoing. Al Muna enclosure, Mina A’Salam, Madinat Jumeirah, (04 301 7198).

Saturday 21

‘Living’ Monopoly in Dubai
Check out the larger-than-life UAE Monopoly. Here you get to have a go at playing the popular board game in lifesize format with the opportunity to win great prizes. Spend Dhs300 in mall to play.
Until June 26. Three locations including Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha, (04 409 9000).

Ripe Market
Find Ripe Markets indoors this summer at The Courtyard with all their usual community spirit along with fun arts and crafts and fresh foods.
Free. 9am-1pm. The Courtyard, Al Quoz, (04 379 0441).

Sunday 22

Gulf Star Sports
Gulf Star is to host multi-activity summer camps all over the city this year. The first to kick off takes place at the American School Dubai.
Dhs750 per week. Sun-Thu 8am-2.30pm. Until July 10. American School Dubai, Al Barsha, (050 429 4860).

Monday 23

Monday’s Sobhiya
Every Monday is ladies’ day at Mirdif City Centre where mums can take advantage of deals and get 25 percent off, from pampering or shopping to play centres. Pick up the Monday’s Sobhiya booklet at any customer service desk for full details.
Mon 10am-2pm. Ongoing. Mirdif City Centre, Mirdif, (800 6422).

Tuesday 24

Le Petit Palais
Kids can now play at Le Petit Palais for just Dhs50 for two hours instead of the usual Dhs80 for the first hour.
Dhs50. Sun-Wed, 10am-noon. Ongoing. Galeries Lafayette, The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai, (04 382 7333).

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