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Baby Babble - Speech-Enhancing DVD for Babies and Toddlers


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  • Actors: Made by Speech Therapists
  • Directors: Talking Child
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Talking Child
  • DVD Release Date: April 30, 2004
  • Run Time: 45 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (641 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00027OI1I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,844 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Baby Babble (TM) - Speech Enhancing DVD is a captivating experience that exposes babies and toddlers to age-specific sounds and words. Little ones will love the simple sign language, amusing facial exercises, and beginning speech sounds and words while colorful toys and carefully arranged music stimulate their imagination. Parents will learn how to encourage speech and language at home in an educational tutorial designed by pediatric speech therapists. The first video of its kind, Baby Babble(TM) combines playful, enriching experiences with clinically-inspired speech and language techniques. This video is perfect for beginning babblers through late talkers.

Customer Reviews

My 15 month old son loves this video.
love to read
Now, when we ask him to say a word, he seems to understand what we want him to do and he a least makes sounds in response.
Robin Love
If your child has a speech therapist, or needs speech therapy, this is a great video to have.
JB

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325 of 334 people found the following review helpful By Eileen Moore on November 23, 2012
Format: DVD
I'm the mother of a 3.5 year old boy who sits on the spectrum. My son's new speech therapist lent me a copy of Baby Babble to watch with my LO. After two months of using it here are my thoughts:

Pros:
* Focus on lip movement. My son seems to really pay attention to the therapists' mouths as they coo out sounds/words.
* The simple sounds make it easy for my son to repeat them.
* Good rhythm. Just enough breaks to stop his frustration, but not too many that he gets distracted.

Cons:
* Really dated. I think this video was originally produced for VHS, it certainly feels that way. The producers should consider releasing an updated version with better sounds and graphics.

In addition to Baby Babble, here are some other videos that have been really helpful for my son's speech and language:

* LeapFrog: Learning DVD Set: Great for letters and their sounds. I try to limit videos that are too "cartoony" but my son absolutely loves this DVD set. It's well made and has earned a place in my video rotation.
* Baby Signing Time Volume 1 DVD: Also targeted for younger viewers, but really helpful for communicating with my son. I have noticed if he gets caught up in a word, he will immediately try to sign. I think this video has really helped.
* Tiny Tutor: Early Language Development System: 4 DVD video set (letters, numbers shapes and colors) targets younger children, but it has really helped reinforce my son's alphabet and number vocabulary. Very simple but they work well.

I highly recommend Baby Babble, very happy to find something that works. I will definitely purchase the rest of the series.
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178 of 207 people found the following review helpful By Dianna Hendrickson on October 13, 2005
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We just got our copy yesterday. All three of my children love to watch it (5,3 and 2). My non-verbal 24 mth old laughs and giggles through the whole DVD and most importantly has attempted some of the sounds. We are really impressed with it. In fact, as far as encouraging late talkers, we would rate this one up there with "The Miracle of Mozart Numbers and Shapes". "The Miracle of Mozart" takes a different approach by using kid's voices to entice children to repeat what they hear. This DVD uses Speech Therapists and is really usefull in motivating our non-verbal toddler. It will also show you how to promote language. I can see why the parent of a typical child with normal speech development might not be impressed with this product- but if you are a parent looking for something to help promote language, this is a great choice. Good Luck.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By M. E FP on June 1, 2007
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My son is on the autistic spectrum. Last fall, at age 2.5, he wasn't playing with toys appropriately, and he regressed into only speaking jibberish. He would pick his toys up and set them down without doing anything with them, or toss them, or carry them as he spun in a circle. It didn't change no matter how much Floortime I did with him. After watching this dvd once/day for 2 weeks, that changed. For example, he'd pick up his firetruck and push it along, saying, "wee-ooooh, wee-oooooh," like a siren. He picked up his toy phone and said, "hello? hi! ok, bye-bye," and hung it up, just like they did in the video. His speech therapist was amazed. I appreciate this dvd so much.
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148 of 185 people found the following review helpful By Adrienne on July 11, 2005
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I, too have a child with autism. He is 4 1/2 now. I have found that this was one of the most thought out videos for speech development. Regarding my son, he just needed to see it repetitively - as most autistic people do. Once, he got used to it, he LOVES it. It now holds my son's attention, as well as my 19 month old who now repeats so much from it and names thsome of the toy props they use - "ball, balloon, bubbles, car, etc.) I thought it was well made and applied. It has a lot of sensory movement which I feel is vary appropriate for our son. The visualization of sounds by the therapists is quite advantageous. My son is fixated on their mouths and tries to mimic their lips. My daughter's speech thrapist has continuously aske to borrow it because other families want to see it,too. I am purchasing two more of them (another for myself and one as a donation to our local library). I like Baby Bumble Bee, too. It is very well made and I think that having children as the interaction is a valuable part of the learning process. It is too advanced for my son, though.
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78 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Michelle Tiek on October 14, 2004
Format: DVD
I am a Speech-Language Pathologist working with children ages birth to three with speech/language delays. I purchased this video as a therapy tool. I have given the video to most of my parents for review. I have found that it really reinforces the strategies that I am using during therapy. Baby Babble is different from other children's videos of this sort because it provides speech/language models to the display of toys instead of just playing music in the background. I have found that many of my clients have enjoyed the video and wanted to view it over and over! The parents report that their children were able to imitate many of the language models provided. I also enjoy that it provided signs to go along with the spoken words. This was especially helpful for those children who are not yet talking. I would recommend Baby Babble for infants/toddlers with or without speech-language delays.
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