Snoonu has all the nuts and bolts of a standard delivery app with a wide selection of restaurants, supermarkets, pharmacies, electronic shops, and more. But unlike many of its competitors, you can reserve products for takeaway. It is also NAPS enabled, which means that you can choose to pay for your purchases with a locally issued debit card. But above all, Snoonu has taken steps to protect its delivery drivers from the heat during the hottest weeks of the year by only sending them out in cars between 10 am and 5 pm, and that tops any in-app feature.
Available on Android and Apple
This education publisher hosts hundreds of thousands of teaching resources for parents and teachers on its website. Resources can be filtered by curriculum (which are tailored to your location) and level. Every week, account holders receive a newsletter with a round-up of the latest resources based on current events, one of which is free. You can also access more free resources for any topic by typing in the topic with the word “free”. At the time of writing, paid memberships start at QR 21.47/month and will give you access to a book club, apps, virtual and in-person events, special needs resources, and more.
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LSW Mind Cards: Kids’ Edition
These cards are a fun and creative way to help children understand how they feel and introduce them to concepts like positive affirmations, mindfulness, and gratitude. There are 30 cards per pack divided into five categories: Mindfulness, Today I Am, Gratitude, Kindness, Repeat After Me. The idea is for you or your child to randomly choose a different card every day and to follow the prompt written on it. At the time of writing, the cards cost USD 21.03 with delivery (around QAR 84).
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