Today sonorous children's voices filled the spacious atrium of the Nazarbayev Center. In the Library of the Elbassy were performances of young pupils of kindergartens of the capital. The event was held in the framework of the master class "Elbassy and cultural events", which presented modern methods of forming a tolerant attitude of children to the multi-ethnic and multi-religious culture of multinational Kazakhstan. Welcoming the participants of the event, Deputy Director of the Library, PhD in history Botagoz Kaipova noted:

-It has become a good tradition in the framework of the project "Child and culture" to hold lessons and master classes for our youngest visitors within the walls of the Library of the Elbassy.  Our main goal is to foster children’s culture, get acquainted with the national traditions of the people of Kazakhstan, the formation of tolerance, respect for the peculiarities and values of different ethnic groups living in the same country. One of the first in the building of the Nazarbayev Сenter on the Day of the Capital in 2017 were kids of № 38 kindergarten "Shattyk". Then there were more than 300 viewers who were deeply touched by the kind, bright wishes of prosperity to the capital from the youngest inhabitants. Such events will certainly continue and please all of us, - B. Kaipova said.

The researcher of the Service of scientific and applied research Sayagul Zhakupova presented the ABC-guide for preschool children. This book helps children to learn significant events in the history of independence of Kazakhstan through the study of the alphabet. A separate page is devoted to each letter. It is important that children can get acquainted with this material on their own. Tasks are given in poetic form, there are riddles, symbols and photos from the Museum of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

The master class also consisted of bright musical numbers of pupils of kindergartens. The children of №20 kindergarten «Arailym» prepared one of them. They performed the song "My Kazakhstan". It is worth noting that the little singers were not afraid to sing the song live. This step was inspired by their music Director Natalia Ishchenko:

- I sing since childhood and always wanted to share it with everyone. Working with children was a desirable goal for me. I have been working as a teacher for four years. I teach my kids to sing in a real live voice. And they understand how important it is for themselves, for their development. Today's event is pleased with its contents. All children should grow up in peace and harmony. They should protect and develop the culture of their homeland, - shared Natalia.  

Young pupils of the teacher can only envy. Restless, full of irrepressible energy kids ran, putting all the guests in a good mood. Inquisitive Milana, larksome Alexandra and friendly Sabina also shared advice on how to live together and have fun in a big country.

- Do not be greedy, share toys, play together, help out of trouble and help each other – perhaps this is the simplest children's formula of happiness, which will undoubtedly always be the basis of inter-ethnic harmony and peace in Kazakhstan.