Beishke cheyin ulgur
The Roza Otunbayeva Initiative International Public Foundation, together with the Minderu Foundation (Australia) and the University of Sydney (Australia), present the Beshke Cheyin Ulgur/Make it to Five mobile application for parents who have children from 0 to five years old in Kyrgyz and Russian languages. The application contains tips and examples of developmental activities that every adult can do with their child. The content of the application was developed by the Center for the Brain and Mind of the University of Sydney (Australia). “Small moments that determine the successful future of a child” - this is the principle laid down in the Appendix “Beshke cheyin ulgur” / “Make it to five”, and it is the parents, the family that gives each kid that foundation, that basis that largely determines what he will be future. Love, care and tenderness; simple games; healthy habits - washing your face every day, eating healthy food, appreciating and being able to admire the beauty of the world around you, participating in and knowing traditional holidays and customs - these are the building blocks of a successful child. “A child who knows more than one language from childhood will easily and easily learn other foreign languages in the future,” say scientists at the University of Sydney. Tips and activities in the app are based on the latest scientific research and built around local traditions and culture. Parents will find in the application very useful and interesting information and classes on five topics or sections: -Game, emotional connection with the child, speech, healthy home (health, healthy eating, good habits), community. The app has tips on how to help your child learn to manage emotions, stay safe at all times, build a child-friendly daily routine, and more. The application can be downloaded for free. The application works online and offline and is available in text and audio formats. The application "Beshke chain ulgur" / "USpet do pyati" is part of the global program "Thrive by Five International", which will cover 30 countries, including Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Jordania, Malaysia, Indonesia.