Way back to 1951 in Egypt, "Mama Zamanha Gaya" - "ماما زمنها جاية" , the very first filmed children's song was born in Egypt. The song was beautifully written and sung by Muhamad Fawzi, and composed by FatHi Qora. The song is about a father who is babysitting his child, while the mom was away from home. The father then keeps trying to entertain the child, while giving her/him good life lessons using beautiful and affective singing and acting. You could do the same for your child, and you can add your own version of a life lesson in the second and third part of the song.Read More Watch in Western Syriac Watch in Eastern Syriac
This is a reproduction of the popular Eastern bedtime prayer (Sluta Dramsha), commonly known as "Eman Damkhin Gu Shweetee." Reference: Nineveh Publishing, 1958, "Second Level for Beginners" by Deacon Gewargis dBeth Benyamin dAshitha.Read More Watch in Western Syriac Watch in Eastern Syriac
A traditional Middle Eastern song originally done by the famous Lebanese writers, Ghassan and Jad Rahbani. The song tries to increase children's awareness about unhealthy eating habits, but it treats it in a fun and a humorous way. This song also teaches few new words about food and nature.Read More Watch in Western Syriac Watch in Eastern Syriac
BET KANU presents you with the first educational song teaching about the seasons in our beloved colloquial dialects of Surayt and Surit (Sureth). Your kids can now about the 4 seasons of the year and their names and attributes. You kids won't blink, as they will be touring with our humorous "globe" character. The melody, although very similar to the oriental style, was actually inspired by the traditional African Nursery Rhymes.Read More Watch in Western Syriac Watch in Eastern Syriac
This song is an adaptation of the English nursery rhyme “Row, Row, Row Your Boat.” It can be made into an action nursery rhyme where you can sit opposite your child and hold their hands, or put your baby on your lap facing you, and row back and forwards in time with the music.Read More Watch in Western Syriac Watch in Eastern Syriac
An Assyrian folk song hundreds of years old, popular amongst eastern speakers of the Syriac dialect. Allalaye is a lullaby traditionally sung by mothers, grandmothers, and anyone rocking their baby or child to sleep. The lyrics were researched and collected by Mr. Shlimon Betshmuel.Read More Watch in Western Syriac Watch in Eastern Syriac
Simple entry-level conversation booklet for non-speakers of Surit and Surayt to be distributed for free in our local and global events. It targets all age groups, but it was specifically designed for 10+. It is accompanied with the BET KANU READER App, which is a tool to help read the book to the user.Coming soon
A simple handout coloring book based on the first season of Nino & Mia. The children will enjoy going through and coloring the 13 episodes of the "Habits" season of Nino & Mia, while also remembering what were the good habits taught in those episodes. A 2-in-1 book for children.Coming soon
A 22 episode cartoon series that teaches children the Syriac alphabet in both Eastern and Western, while using the colloquial Surit/Surayt dialects to share a simple and fun story for each alphabet. In each espisode, the child will learn an alphabet along with three associated words that begin with that alphabet (name, object, and animal).Read More Watch in Western Syriac Watch in Eastern Syriac
An original song about teaching the kids some of the body parts in Surit and Surayt. Song was made in collaboration with AJM, as it was originally created as part of a Syriac Song Writing competition hosted in the AJM Dolabani Camp of 2018 and conducted by Akkad Saadi.Read More Watch in Western Syriac Watch in Eastern Syriac
A new project by the Suryoyo Patriarchal Youth Department (SPYD), which focuses on the young Syriac Christian Youth. Radio Kifo is an Internet radio broadcasting worldwide with the goal of spreading the voice of the Christian faith to everyone in Classical Syriac, Surayt, Arabic, and English.Read More Get it on the App Store! Get it on the Google Play!
Test your Syriac skills with this interactive game! Complete all the levels to unlock the last one. KANU GUESS is our first video game challenging you to learn new words. Available on Android and iOS. Look out for new levels and updates.Read More Get it on the App Store! Get it on the Google Play!