The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture Children’s Museum is introducing its “Back to School” program in partnership with Iftah Ya Simsim on September 6-8 and 13-15.
This is a wonderful opportunity for children ages three to eight and their families to be engaged in educational workshops. The interactive workshops are designed to promote school education, socio-emotional wellbeing, and healthy lifestyles. Children will participate in fun games, puppet making, and writing creative stories, as well as storytime and the Iftah Ya Simsim Muppet Theater. There will be educational takeaways on offer for both parents and children.
Tickets are available at http://www.kingabdulazizcenter.com/
The King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture (Ithra) is a Saudi Aramco initiative aimed at inspiring knowledge, creativity and cross-cultural exchange. The program is part of the Kingdom’s plan to develop Saudi Arabia as a new regional hub for innovation and creativity.
Ithra’s mantra is that it regards human potential as the greatest source of change. It hopes to inspire all ages through transformative experiences and to encourage mastery in arts, sciences, literature and innovation. It boasts a large library, a theater, a four-gallery museum, an Energy Exhibit, a Children’s Museum and a prototyping lab, as well as online learning and teaching facilities housed in our striking knowledge tower.
Bidaya is a not for profit educational content development company that produces “edutainment” for children and is located in twofour54 at the Abu Dhabi Media Zone. Bidaya designs and delivers simple educational messages that are vital tools essentials to the holistic growth of children into well-rounded and productive individuals and citizens. A key project in the Bidaya portfolio is the development of Iftah Ya Simsim, the Arab world’s award-winning pioneering television series for young children. Iftah Ya Simsim is based on the popular Sesame Street program created by Sesame Workshop. For more information, please visit www.bidayamedia.com