Baby Babble 2 - First Words: P B M 2007 NR

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Baby Babble 2 First Words: P B M is the second video in the award winning Baby Babble series. Baby Babble 2 introduces some of the first developmental sounds: P, B & M using simple sign language, amusing facial exercises, and beginning speech sounds and words. Included is a parent tutorial designed by pediatric speech therapists.

Starring:
Made by Speech Therapists
Runtime:
50 minutes

Baby Babble 2 - First Words: P B M

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Genres Kids & Family
Director Talking Child
Starring Made by Speech Therapists
Studio Unavailable
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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I highly recommend these videos for all parents.
Njr
When she wants to watch Baby Babble she points to the TV and says something that sounds a lot like the word 'Babble'.
Rural28
The videos arnt long which is great bcuz it keeps his attention.
Jenny

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78 of 79 people found the following review helpful By W. Tan on January 18, 2008
Format: DVD
This is a very good follow up to the original Baby Babble. The first one was very helpful for our speech-delayed two year old. We like it so much that we pre-ordered this one from Amazon when it first came out.

The DVD has 4 sections.
1. The main video which focus on objects/words with P, B, M sounds. All of which are introduced and sounded out through pretend play, toys in action, etc. It makes the DVD more "interactive" than just watching flashcard style presentation. After several viewing, our son started to repeat the words and also do pretend play with his toys.

Also, interjected between the video clips of toys and pretend play are the two speech pathologists showing how to make "P", "B" and "M" sounds with their mouth. These two ladies have gotten an updated hairstyle and a lot less "stiff"/serious than the original video. This is a great improvement second times around.

It also introduce some basic concepts like colors (Purple, Blue, etc.) and counting (1, 2, 3).

Overall, the video is about 30 minutes.

2. The main video is follow by a parents guidance section which the two speech pathologist describe methods that parents can use at home to encourage their child to practice P, B, M sounds at home like blowing bubbles or on the cotton ball. There are some excellent advice here.

3. The third section shows the two speech pathologist using sign language and sound out some main objects/concepts (Thank you, please, more, music, etc.) show in the video. This is a good section reinforce the main video. The sign language section might be more helpful for younger toddlers/babies who may not be able to sound out the words.

4. Finally, it shows all the toys and their manufacturer featured in the main video.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Ballet Mom on June 20, 2008
Format: DVD
I just have to say that both of these videos are a hit with my boys. I have a nearly 5 year old son that has Autism and Apraxia. I got the first video when he was less than a year old. It used to be the only thing that calmed him down when he started to tantrum or melt down. I used to be amazed by the calming affect it had on him. Besides the fact that these videos are very addicting to young children, they are also great for helping with speech. My son is articulating his P, B, M words so much better now that he's been watching the 2nd video...they really do learn from these. Not to mention, my nearly 3 year old neurotypical son is just as addicted as his older brother. I love watching the two of them interact with each other as they are watching these videos. I especially love that there are a couple of popular characters in the 2nd video...particularly Thomas and Elmo. My boys get soooo excited when they see the Thomas toy as they are both addicted to Thomas. I like the sign language portion of the videos too and both boys enjoy it. My autistic son even likes to watch the parent tutorials. I think he is just soothed by the music and Amy and Corey's voices. Anyway, if you are considering this...just go ahead and buy it. You won't be sorry you did.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By heygoodcookin on July 26, 2010
Format: DVD
My little boy is turning 3, and around the time he was 2 years and 2 months old, his doctor was saying that he wasn't talking enough and should be checked out by a speech therapist. I was angry, because you don't want the medical community telling you there is something wrong with your child when there is nothing there, and because I didn't know what to do. I hate these "how to" parent books, but wanted some techniques that might help him want to talk. I saw Baby Babble 1 and 2 reviews here on Amazon and ordered both. My son really got into them immediately and started asking for ba-ey ba-el. He would make all the noises along with the therapist when he watched and dance around and smile during the program. He just really loved it! His speech since then has come along way. We have employed the use of flash cards with phonics and I work on getting him to make the faces I make to help him pronounce things. Most 3 year olds talk more than he does, but don't exhibit some of the other qualities he does in terms of writing, how quickly he picks up things, patience and other skills that are advanced. Baby Babble 1 and 2 were great first steps in helping him to talk and I am greatful for them.

Note:
We originally purchased Your Baby Can Read before Baby Babble and he didn't get into it at all, so we sent it back. But now, he has seen the Your Baby Can Read commercial on a tv program we recorded for him and always points to and now gives the impression that he wants to watch it. I would recommend for parents who are experiencing a speech delay to start with Baby Babble 1 and 2, Brainy Baby English and then after 8 months of those DVD's and other techniques (reading daily, flash cards, singing the alphabet and songs- all things I did with my child to help him along), when your child hits that mimicking phase and you are seeing a steady growth, consider the Your Baby Can Read set. We have not re-purchased it yet, but it seems like now he's ready when he wasn't before.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By momof2boys on January 4, 2014
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
My son struggled with speech when he was 2. yes i was concerned at 2 because he wasnt saying anything other than "go". As i later discovered it was only temporary and my son now talks like an adult, he is 4 now. however i still wanted to purchase these videos to get him to talk and they helped a lot! he could make sounds the p and the bs ...he was also showing keen interest in movement of lips as they made sounds in the video... loved it a lot.
however my one piece of advice to anyone concerned about speech is please do not get all stirred up if ur child is not talking at 2...thats just the way some kids are...my second child started talking at 2.5 and i was absolutely okay with that because i had seen how his brother talked after 2. Read a lot, talk to them a lot and they shud be fine:)
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