‘Family Flavours’ hosts expert at CMJ to teach children about animal care

CMJ hosts Dr. Zayadin to teach children about animal care
(Photos: Family Flavours magazines)
AMMAN — Seasoned Veterinarian Dr. Silvia Zayadin, showed some 30 children how to care for animals through an interactive session at The Children’s Museum Jordan (CMJ). This session was part of Family Flavours magazines’ “Ambassadors of Family Health & Wellbeing” program, launched in partnership with CMJ. اضافة اعلان

Dr. Zayadin not only demonstrated the nuances of animal care, but also gave insight to her profession, teaching the children about what it’s like to be a veterinarian. During the seminar, she shared “The presence of pets in our lives brings a lot of positive emotions, we take care of them and give them attention; they give us love, fun, and compassion.”

“The ‘Ambassadors of Family Health and Wellbeing’ program has had a positive impact on the families and children visiting the museum as experts are constantly providing them with useful information and interactive opportunities,” commented Sawsan Dalaq, CMJ Director at the event. 

Next month, learning disabilities specialist, Rania Sayegh, will be speaking to parents in an interactive session about how to teach children reading and writing skills.

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