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Mom is coming now Song

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 taking care of his child, while the mother is 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 parts of the song.

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Bedtime Prayer Song

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.

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My Uncle Song

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.

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Wash Your Hands - Baby Shark Song

Let's do what is healthy and good! Do wash your hands and eat healthy food! Do cover your cough and sneeze! Do say thank you and do say please! Let's doo doo doo doo it together with Baby Sharks!

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SEASONS SONG

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.

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LITTLE CHICKS "HASSISAN" SONG

An old Middle-Eastern traditional kids song, sung originally in Arabic, made for the first time in the modern Syriac colloquial dialects (Surayt/Surit).

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Row your Boat Song

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.

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Deck the Halls Song

This is an adaptation of the Christmas carol originally called "Deck the Hall." This exciting version is created in hopes of increasing the love for our language among the young and the old.

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Allalaye Folk Song

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.

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Fruits Song

An original song made to teach children some of the common fruits. The song was built on the international Nursery Rhyme melody of "The Wheels on the Bus".

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Johnny Johnny Song

“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.

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Body Parts Song

"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.

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Alphabet Song

Learn with us the Syriac letters in our "Alphabet" Song in our beloved language.

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Mary Had a Little Lamb Song

Based on the original "Mary Had a Little Lamb," a children's nursery rhyme provided in our beloved language.

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Mshiho/ Mshikha Song

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.

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Numbers Song

Learn how to count up to 10 with our number song. A song inspired by the "Once I Caught a Fish Alive" rhyme.

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Shapes Song

Inspired from a Spanish song about shapes, this song is used for helping children learn shapes using authentic Syriac words.

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Happy Birthday Song

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.

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Monday's Child

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.

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Colors Song

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.

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Santa Claus is Coming To Town

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.

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Finger Family

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.

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Beth Nahrin

Come learn about ancient Mesopotamia using this catchy song! The cartoon showcases the Ishtar Gates, a Ziggurat, and a King!

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Safroono/Sepra

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."

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