Author: Doha Family

FIFA announced that the “last-minute sale phase” of ticket sales had started from noon on Tuesday, 27 September 2022. During this stage, football fans can obtain tickets on a first-come, first-served basis, and this will continue until the end of the tournament on 18 December 2022. Who Can Apply? Local and international fans can apply for tickets during this phase. People who have already bought tickets will also be able to add more to their collection, as customers can purchase up to six tickets per match and 60 across the tournament. The tickets will be available across all pricing categories,…

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KickQatar Foundation is hosting ability-friendly football lessons for kids and adults age five and up in Qatar Academy Al Wakrah until 10 November 2022. The classes run daily between 4 pm and 6 pm and are held in small groups, with each group’s lessons lasting an hour. The size of each group depends on the participants’ abilities. To register, download the Education City app, and to learn more, email abilityfriendly@qf.org.qa or call 3068-9576.qf.org.qa MixEmbrace Doha invites fragrance fanatics to join their beginners’ Bakhoor Mixing Worship in Souq Al Wakrah. Attendees will have the chance to learn what it takes to create…

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Kahoot!This game-based learning platform is used by families, teachers, and organisations worldwide. On Kahoot!, you can discover and create quizzes on various subjects and get your others to join in from several devices. Different plans are available, but the free version allows you to create and play Kahoots with up to 10 players. Available via kahoot.com and Android and Apple Education City AppThis Qatar Foundation-created app allows you to stay on top of events happening in Education City. You can filter upcoming activities and classes according to type and interest and register your attendance to them. Additionally, the home page contains…

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HAYYA CARD HOLDERS can now link up to three visitors who do not have FIFA World Cup 2022 tickets to their card. This will enable them to travel to Qatar during the tournament’s group stage, which will fall between 20 November and 6 December 2022. Fans who take this opportunity will have to pay a fee for each person they add if they are aged 12 and over.hayya.qatar2022.qa THE MUSEUM OF ISLAMIC ART (MIA) will introduce a new family trail when it reopens this October. The museum’s director, Dr Julia Gonella, said that the move represents a vital part of the…

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By Edward Powell-Corbett, Year 3, Doha English Speaking SchoolGenre: FictionAuthor: B. J. NovakReviewed by: Edward Powell-Corbett, Year 3, Doha English Speaking School The Book with No Pictures is one of my favourite books because it’s funny. Instead of having pictures, it has lots of silly words that you have to say out loud, like “blork” and “bluurf”, which are made up.It’s fun to read this book, but it is also fun to make grown-ups read it out loud to you! 

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Nothing is more beautiful than a sleeping baby, especially for parents who are often overtired themselves. By following a few simple tips parents can create a safer sleeping environment for their baby.Baby’s cot/crib:• Choose a crib that meets current US or European safety standards.• Make sure the crib is properly assembled.• Carefully inspect second-hand cots for missing, loose, broken or improperly installed screws, brackets or other hardware on the cot or mattress support.• Purchase a firm, tight-fitting mattress so your baby can’t get trapped between the mattress and the crib.• Avoid cots with design cutouts in the headboard or footboard…

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Servings: 2 Prep Time 5 Minutes• 1 frozen banana, peeled and sliced• 2 cups frozen strawberries, raspberries, or cherries• 1 cup milk• 1/2 cup plain or vanilla yogurt• 1/2 cup freshly squeezed orange juice• 2 to 3 tablespoons honey or to tasteDirectionsPlace all the ingredients in a food processor and mix until smooth. Pour into glasses and serve.As a substitute use 1 cup of rice milk instead of the milk and yogurt. Or, use soy yogurt or milk instead of dairy. 

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Keep your room clean! We know it’s a chore, but doing it yourself voluntarily will make your mom and dad happy.Don’t make them ask for you to do something twice. Do it the first time.Never, ever lie. This shows them that you not only love them, but also trust and respect them.Make a daily effort not to complain about having to obey your parents commands.Be aware of, and appreciate all the things that your parents do for you.If you do something wrong, apologise and mean it.Tell them that you love them very often.

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During my travel to Australia last December I came across some wonderful recipes – incredible tastes mixed with unmatched freshness. Having tried breakfast in so many places over three weeks, this is a recipe of one of my favourite breakfast dishes- Shakshouka.  Let your Mum sleep in and ask your Dad to help you prepare and serve in bed.Ingredients:• 1 Tbs olive oil• 1 onion sliced• 2 capsicums (green, yellow or red) chopped• 1 teaspoon paprika• A pinch of dried chili flakes• 4 ripe tomatoes, chopped• 2 eggsMethod of preparation:Heat the oil in a frying pan, add the onion and…

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University planning can be confusing, especially when your family lives abroad.Which country will your student pursue their post-secondary studies? Will he or she be required to take specific exams in order to gain acceptance to their top choices? Who should you ask when you have questions about campus life? With so many questions, it is key for expat students to think about their university aspirations well before their final year of secondary school. Here are a few tips to get you and your student started.Tip 1: Don’t be afraid to get information earlyOne of the benefits of being a third…

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