#StayHomeWithJumeirah and be inspired


For more than two decades, Jumeirah has been at the forefront of taking hospitality to new heights. We were there with you then, and we are here with you now.

As we each do our part to stay safe, Jumeirah wants to inspire you and bring a world of difference into your home. In doing so, Jumeirah’s very own KiDs Club team have rounded up some of their favourite activities to help beat the boredom and make the day more fun for your little ones while nurturing their potential and teaching them new skills.

From arts and crafts to circuit training and kid-friendly mocktails, be inspired by Jumeirah’s KiDs Club and create fun, lasting memories for all the family. #StayHomeWithJumeirah.

Card Creation

DIY card making is a fun way to get crafty and put a smile on someone’s face. With colourful paper, pens and even glitter, give your kids the tools to create cards for loved ones.

All you need

  • Colourful pieces of card/paper
  • Colourful markers, pencils and crayons
  • Glitter
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Optional: sequins, beads, pompoms, fuzzy pipe cleaners, buttons etc.

How to:

  1. Create a ‘card making’ station on a table with all the materials laid out
  2. Help your little ones decide who they will make the cards for
  3. Let their creativity shine!

Lego Building Competition

Lego games are great for creativity and help kids think beyond the “box set” mentality. For those looking for a challenge, we suggest building your favorite icons around Dubai at home.

All you need:

  • Lego – that’s it!

How to:

  1. Set-up a ‘lego building’ area (to avoid parents accidently stepping on stray lego pieces)
  2. Begin the build! Either follow the instructions to make the perfect creation or let the imagination run wild and let you kids create their own lego masterpiece

Circuit Class

Stay fit and active with a circuit course at home for the kids. Circuit courses are a great way to integrate aerobic fitness with muscular endurance and flexibility activities, which can be recreated in your home environment. Circuit courses can also help to introduce new activities or to reinforce self-practice of previously taught skills and movements.

All you need:

While equipment isn’t necessary, you could use the following:

  • Dining chair
  • Jump rope
  • Football
  • Hula hoop

How to:

  1. Set up 4-6 stations, with the goal for each child to spend 60 seconds at each station not including a 30-second rest in between. Station examples:
    1. Jump rope or jumping jacks (cardio)
    2. Step-ups on a dining chair (strength)
    3. Balancing on one leg (agility)
    4. Ball toss with a parent (coordination)
    5. Hula hooping (coordination, strength & cardio)
    6. Push-ups against the wall or on knees (strength)
  2. Include a 5-minute warm-up such as high knees, jumping jacks and circle jumps in and out of a hula hoop
  3. Set a timer for 20 minutes
  4. Turn the music up and let the workout begin!
  5. Include a 5-minute cool-down including stretches

Junior Mixologist

Gather a cocktail shaker or two and shake up some fizzy fruity mocktails at home. Children will enjoy mixing their favourite flavours, adding fancy garnishes and of course, drinking them as a refreshing afternoon treat.

All you need:

  • Fruit juices and cordials
  • Garnishes such as lemon, lime and fresh mint
  • Cocktail shaker
  • Colourful straws and mini umbrellas

How to:

  1. Set-up a ‘mocktail station’ with all ingredients and equipment
  2. Allow the little ones to choose their ingredients including flavours, garnishes and straws
  3. Shake (or stir) the mocktails before pouring into a glass
  4. Top with garnishes
  5. Help them name their mocktails – that’s half the fun!
  6. Enjoy

For more inspiration, stay connected via our social media channels and don’t forget to tag us in your posts while we all #StayHome.

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About Jumeirah Group:

Jumeirah Group, the global luxury hotel company and a member of Dubai Holding, operates and manages a world-class portfolio of 15 properties in the Middle East including the flagship Burj Al Arab, six properties in Europe and four in Asia with 10 properties currently under construction around the globe.