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Baby Einstein - Baby Galileo - Discovering the Sky
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-- 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
Top Customer Reviews
I was extremely pleased with the Baby Galileo video. My daughter is three and a half years old and soaks in anything she sees. Although she is on the older end of the suggested ages for these videos, she still is learning from them and enjoying them. This video was a great way for her to learn the general ideas about the sky. The video opens with puppets, which are a trademark in Julie Clark's videos. There are narrations by children, and 15 different pieces of classical music ranging from Claire De Lune to Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. There are several chapters in the video introducing a new concept- those being the sky, the sun, the clouds, the stars, the moon, the planets, the galaxy and space. There are real pictures and video of the sun, moon and others while they are supplemented with toys, graphics and music that go along with the sky/space theme.
I am an early childhood educator, and I see these videos as being some of the most developmentally appropriate videos out there for children to watch. The video expresses many subjects, textures, colors and most of all, beautiful classical music to soothe your child and spark their interest and attention. I'm not quite sure why these videos haven't worked for other parents, but they've been successful in my family and many others that I know. I highly recommend the Baby Einstein collection- at least try them, especially Baby Galileo.
As for Baby Galileo, this one is clearly my son's favorite. Baby MacDonald and Neighborhood Animals are probably tied for second place, where Language Nursery and Baby Bach appear to appeal to him the least. The actual puppets of Baby Galileo and his mom are probably the best and most detailed puppets I have yet seen in the series. They both have moving limbs and are very expressive- and they're definitely my son's favorite part of the video.Read more ›
The puppets in this video lack the appealing character, emotion and liveliness of other Baby Einstein videos--like the famous "Bla" dragon. In all, the video comes across as dull and far less creative than past videos. Really a disappointment. I would stick with the older ones, such as Baby Mozart, Baby Van Gogh, Baby Shakespeare, and Baby Dolittle. There was a reason that Julie Clark's videos were so successful initially, and it's a shame that Disney had to go and change it for the worst.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son is 7 months old now, he's been watching it since he was 3 months old and it one of his favorite Baby Einsteins video. You won't regret buying it.Published 3 months ago by Targaryen249
A lot of disgruntled reviews here, but my baby loves this. I think the suggested age rating might be off though. Read morePublished 12 months ago by J. Nixon
This is my child's favorite baby Einstein! He loves the planetsPublished 13 months ago by Amy Krikorian
I was so excited for the Baby Galileo video, being able to introduce my kid to space and science sounded great. My kid loves Baby Einstein and they entertain and educate her. Read morePublished 16 months ago by S. White