“Johnny, Johnny” is a nursery rhyme about a young boy who is confronted by his family members for eating sugar without permission. This song is translated using common nicknames in Surayt/Surit.
"Body Parts" an educational song from BET KANU to help children learn the basic human body parts in our beloved language in a fun, interactive way.
Learn with us the Syriac letters in our "Alphabet" Song in our beloved language.
Based on the original "Mary Had a Little Lamb," a children's nursery rhyme provided in our beloved language.
The "Mshiho/Mshikha" song is a religous song produced in collaboration with our partner Save Our Souls - 1915.de e.V. (SOS). It deals with daily problems of a teenager and the support she gets from God.
Learn how to count up to 10 with our number song. A song inspired by the "Once I Caught a Fish Alive" rhyme.
Inspired from a Spanish song about shapes, this song is used for helping children learn shapes using authentic Syriac words.
Inspired from the popular "Happy Birthday" song. This sing a long song greets both boys and girls in Syriac on their birthday using the popular birthday tune.
This song is based on the popular nursery rhyme “Monday’s Child”. It is supposed to teach and help children remember the days of the week.
This song is used for helping children learn colors using authentic words. Simply place colors in front of them and have them pick out the color that you sing about.
This song is inpired by the world famous 1930's American song “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.” Enjoy and celebrate Christmas with a special version in your beloved Syriac language.
A translation of the world popular song to ensure that our children have a version in their language. Learn about family and sing along with your infants and toddlers.
Come learn about ancient Mesopotamia using this catchy song! The cartoon showcases the Ishtar Gates, a Ziggurat, and a King!
The story of a young girl who saves a baby bird from danger, told in a fun song and cartoon! This melody was inpired from the French folk song, "Une Souris Verte."