How are we Different

At Baby Arabia we are all about languages not only as an academic subject but also as mother tongue and lifestyle. We start very early and involving the parents.

How We Can Help

We support parents and educators on the monolingual & multilingual child through Classes, webinars, presentations, personal strategies and creative solutions. Sometimes parents find it hard to maintain their language as expats because children have little or no opportunity to use it.

Family Language Planning

We offer personalized consultation for parents who want a plan for their family and are looking for support to not only learn a language but maintain the mother tongue. We create tailored programs to fit their needs.

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Baby Arabia was created to assure that languages are part of the community, understanding the mother tongue, multilingualism and how language learning fits into it all. We believe that the community needs to learn and understand what it means to be multilingual and experience languages rather then just learn them.

We work with the families, nurseries and schools on an personal level addressing each one individually. We look at why are we learning or living language; Is it need or academic or emotional? Our communities is made up of monolinguals, bilinguals and multilinguals. We look at them all with and plan accordingly.

Our Arabic Programs are not only about Academia but also educating families how to maintain their Mother Tongue in a community where English is the majority.

Parent Consultation

We offer Webinars, Presentations and personal on Language learning, mother tongue bilingualism etc. We also cover the effect of living in the gulf as expats in a “Englishtrinsic community” affects our ability to maintain bilingualism. Tweaks

Our Arabic Programs are not only about Academia but also educating families how to maintain their Mother Tongue in a community where English is the majority.

Our Target Languages

We focus on Arabic, Spanish & French & our groups are suitable for native language speakers. Arabic can be fun, trust us..! Make the most of your time in Dubai and open up your child’s world through our fun interactive program. You and your child will both learn in a fun and engaging environment. Most studies show that speaking a second language boosts cognitive, listening & memory skills


Ghaith used to hate speaking Arabic and attending his classes. His attitude completely changed after starting Baby Arabia. Now he looks forward to his classes and likes the teachers. He learns through having fun and playing. I wish all Arabic teachers in schools can be like Baby Arabia!
- Leila Alami, Participant Parent Dubai

My boys (and I!) loved Baby Arabia from day 1. It offers a rare opportunity for interactive fun in Arabic which is exactly what I was looking for for my boys. Both Zakari and Noah took to Baby Arabia really well and have learned so much Arabic through songs and play. Thank you Baby Arabia. Keep it up!
– H. Allam, Participant Parent Dubai

I decided on Baby Arabia as I was looking for a fun and interactive approach to learning languages. I was not disappointed. My son learned Arabic while enjoying himself and making friends. I believe he is now a more confident Arabic speaker as a result 
– S. Farooq, Participant Parent Dubai

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  • Children are so much more skilled at picking up a second language than adults
  • The earlier a child is exposed to a second language the better the child does in that language
  • The brain changes during the teen years making it impossible for an adult to learn a language in the same way that a child does
  • A young child will generally understand more words than they use in general speech
  • Children do not learn language by having an adult continually asking them to name items
  • Children learn languages by hearing words and linking them to "things"
  • We believe this is best done through play, laughter, and song - download our free guide to learn more

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