A group of Saudi girls contributes to the Riyadh Homecoming festival by stimulating the imagination of visiting children through a set of realistic experiences and action games that help develop intellectual, speaking and communication skills.
Through the pavilion designated for “Yajoob” in the festival’s shopping zone, children spend their time with a group of Saudi girls who specialize in creating natural games that represent the cornerstone of cognitive development, away from screen entertainment, such as television, PlayStation and computer games.
The pavilion, which is run by Saudi girls, encourages children to take advantage of the “Banbu” game to explore their surroundings and find appropriate solutions to the problems they face in the experience based on building and designing homes.
The ” Yajoob ” supervisors offer children a variety of options, which contribute to raising their mental skills, based on their ages, by taking into account the individual and intellectual differences between them, in addition to encouraging youngsters to ask questions and search for answers.
The Riyadh Homecoming festival includes many entertainment options and local and international shows suitable for all family members. The festival, which continues until September 5, welcomes visitors all days of the week. It is open from 6:00 pm to 12:00 midnight on weekdays, and from 6:00 pm to 1:00 am on weekends. It includes areas for restaurants, cafes, stores, shopping and games areas, as well as centers specialized in selling educational needs to visitors.