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Your little one will begin to recognize familiar faces, reach and grasp for toys and will soon be crawling — start preparing your home (and yourself) for a mobile child! (...) Is usually happy and responds to the emotions of others. Starting to differentiate between familiar faces and strangers. (...) Include a child-friendly or plastic mirror with his toys so he can watch his movements. Start playing more body games like peek-a-boo. Language and communication milestones at 6 months How your baby is expressing her needs.
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Score: 681565.14 - https://www.unicef.org/thailan...elopmental-milestones-6-months
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Ibrahim Ahmed (AKA Pino), first started composing his own rhymes, and performing as an MC, with a group of friends in Gao (Mali) in 1996. Soon after, he discovered his passion for playing the guitar, and that was just the start. In 2006, he founded the group “Tamikrest”, in which he was both singer and guitarist, and performed with them, and recording several hit albums, until 2011. In 2012, he joined the group Terakaft, and has performed with them in concerts all over Europe. In 2014, he played the role of “Kidane” in the multi-Cesar award winning film, Timbuktu (2014) by Abderrahmane Sissako.
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Score: 680498.4 - https://www.unhcr.org/ibelong/pino/
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When she was a teenager she taught herself to sing and play the guitar. Success in a school talent contest inspired her to become a professional musician herself and start writing her own songs. (...) This wish, along with her love of music, led her to leave her home in Australia at the age of 18 to travel around Europe to seek her fame and fortune in music. While playing her guitar on the streets and in the cafés of Paris she met a French guitarist called Art Menuteau and together they started a band: the LoveGods. (...) Radio One, one of the most popular national radio stations in the United Kingdom, played their songs and declared them the best rock band of the year.
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Score: 680498.4 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/background/ambassadors/nadeah/en/
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When she was a teenager she taught herself to sing and play the guitar. Success in a school talent contest inspired her to become a professional musician herself and start writing her own songs. (...) This wish, along with her love of music, led her to leave her home in Australia at the age of 18 to travel around Europe to seek her fame and fortune in music. While playing her guitar on the streets and in the cafés of Paris she met a French guitarist called Art Menuteau and together they started a band: the LoveGods. (...) Radio One, one of the most popular national radio stations in the United Kingdom, played their songs and declared them the best rock band of the year.
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Score: 680498.4 - https://www.fao.org/yunga/background/ambassadors/nadeah/ar/
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The journey of Caravan has started in Kant and continued to Cholpon-Ata, Karakol, Kochkor, Naryn, Talas, Bakay-Ata, Suzak, Bazar-Korgon, Osh, Aravan, Batken, Isfana, Bishkek and ended at Kyrchyn valley. During the Caravan of Children's Games participants played national games of nomads. The list of the games with rules is available  here   (in Russian). (...) UNICEF Kyrgyzstan Children draw pictures during Caravan of Children's Games in Bazar-Korgon UNICEF Kyrgyzstan A boy plays a national game in the city of Kant Караван детских игр Press release 07 June 2018 III World Nomad Games: Caravan of Children's Games starts its journey Visit the page Press release 09 July 2018 Over 5,000 children and their parents participated in Caravan of Children's Games Visit the page Footer UNICEF Home What we do Research and reports Stories Take action Press centre About us Partner with UNICEF Where we work Work for UNICEF Children in Kyrgyzstan Related UNICEF sites UNICEF connect Faces of UNICEF Voices of youth Support UNICEF Become a donor Social Footer Secondary Contact us Legal Footer tertiary Report fraud, abuse, wrongdoing
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Score: 680248.73 - https://www.unicef.org/kyrgyzstan/childrens-games-nomads
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When he was thirteen days old … all his problems started: epilepsy, cerebral palsy, cytomegalovirus infection. God willing, one day it will get better, it’s starting to,”  explains Andrej’s mother Maja Andjelkovic.  (...) “I can just sit down and watch him play; he doesn't need help. It’s very interesting because he likes music, likes playing with these instruments,”  explains Maja, while Andrej and Pavle play the drums together with their friends Marko and Milos Bogdanovic.
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Score: 680125.83 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...st-music-when-playing-together
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Social and emotional Language and communication Brain development Movement and physical development Food and nutrition Things to look out for Tips and resources < Back to Parenting Milestones   UNICEF Social and emotional milestones at 9 months Some of the ways you’ll see your little one learning to connect with the people around her at 9 months. Starting to cling onto adults she’s familiar with. (...) Understands the word "no" and makes lots of different sounds. He’ll start to copy movements he sees and sounds he hears. (...) Pulls up (using furniture for support) to stand. Starting to crawl. Tips for parents Place your baby close to furniture so he can try to raise himself up.  
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Score: 679514.45 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...elopmental-milestones-9-months
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But when they hear baby talk, they know that it’s time to start listening and paying attention. This happens for two reasons: First, baby talk is easier to listen to. (...) But it still does not come naturally to everyone. Parents should start practising baby talk from early on so they can learn what type of baby talk to use. (...) When does it start and what you can do to support your child's development Watch now Page True or false?
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Score: 679288.96 - https://www.unicef.org/parenti...ld-development/baby-talk-class
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As we mark International Jazz Day, Gronowski, who started playing jazz in memory of his piano-playing sister, tells us how “life is impossible without music.” (...) During the COVID-19 pandemic and first lockdown in Belgium, Gronowski played jazz “to give people courage.” He opened the window from his home in Brussels and started playing the jazz classic ‘On The Sunny Side Of The Street’ from his electric piano for neighbours and passers-by. (...) “I feel good when I play. I feel I am bringing happiness to those around me.”
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Score: 678258.5 - https://www.un.org/es/coronavi...or-lifts-lockdown-spirits-jazz
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As we mark International Jazz Day, Gronowski, who started playing jazz in memory of his piano-playing sister, tells us how “life is impossible without music.” (...) During the COVID-19 pandemic and first lockdown in Belgium, Gronowski played jazz “to give people courage.” He opened the window from his home in Brussels and started playing the jazz classic ‘On The Sunny Side Of The Street’ from his electric piano for neighbours and passers-by. (...) “I feel good when I play. I feel I am bringing happiness to those around me.”
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Score: 678258.5 - https://www.un.org/en/node/138430
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