Qatar National Library launches virtual series on parenting
Doha: The National Library of Qatar continued its ‘Our Children Matter’ series today with a session on gross and fine motor development, as part of a broader focus on children’s education and health .
The virtual workshop, led by Qatar Foundation Learning Center occupational therapist Zeina Chamoun, addressed key motor and sensory development milestones in children aged 2-5.
On the occasion, the head of the children’s library at the National Library of Qatar, Maram Al Mahmoud, said, “We are looking forward to hosting this session as we understand the importance of supporting parents and educators, their to enhance their child’s motor and sensory development. Developing parenting knowledge and skills at an early stage helps enlighten parents on how they can manage their child’s motor and sensory development while improving their well-being. be general.
The “Our Children Matter” series is part of the Library’s educational services that facilitate lifelong learning. By supporting the education and health of children in their early years, the Library helps ensure the well-being of the next generation. Throughout the year, the Library offers events for children, young adults, parents and educators that support and empower them with tools and knowledge.