Baby Einstein - Baby Galileo - Discovering the Sky
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ASIN: B00008WFHE DESCRIPTION: Twinkling stars and colorful planets -- a musical odyssey!
-- Takes little ones on a musical journey
-- Introduces the sun, moon and planets in our solar system
As little ones grow, their innate sense of wonder grows too, creating an occasion for celebration with each new discovery. Baby Galileo™ Discovering the Sky introduces them to that remarkable canopy above us: the sun and moon, fluffy clouds, shimmering stars, colorful planets and whirling galaxies. This entertaining and inspiring look at our universe presents your baby with spectacular images, colorful toys and lovable puppets accompanied by the beautiful classical music of Mozart, Chopin, Schubert, Strauss and Tchaikovsky. You and your little one will be delighted as you explore the wonders of the solar system together! END
-- Repeat play
-- Language tracks (Spanish, French and English)
-- Discovery cards
-- Puppet shows
-- Toy chest
Baby Galileo, a young kangaroo puppet, looks toward the sky in an exploration of the awesome wonders above to discover the sun, moon, clouds, stars, and galaxies, and each of the nine planets,. This 30-minute presentation features rapidly shifting images that include real-life photography of the celestial wonders and children playing with space-themed toys, animated segments, and puppetry. A variety of excerpts from classical masterpieces like Mozart's "A Little Night Music" and Debussy's "Clair de Lune," specially arranged in primarily synthesized "music box" arrangements, as well as several popular nursery songs like "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," accompany the imagery and ensure a stimulating, multi-sensory experience. DVD extras include a repeat-play function, discovery cards with 14 real-life photographs of celestial wonders with spoken and written titles, puppetry excerpts from the presentation, toy chest with details about pictured toys, and a DVD-ROM coloring book. (Ages 9 months to 4 years) --Tami Horiuchi
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I don't see a problem with having vocabulary that young kids aren't likely to get. It is still good to expose them to new words and ideas, even if they don't understand it yet. I love the mix of real nature scenes and the toys and children playing with them. It is exposing my baby niece to new faces and scenes of the world that she won't otherwise be exposed to. And the classical music is beautiful too!