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Baby Einstein - Baby Mozart - Music Festival
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We have played BABY MOZART about 3 times a week for the last 2 months and our little guy enjoys it every time. He smiles and giggles at his favorite parts. Believe it or not, the only time he loses interest is when the credits and ads come on at the end ! We can almost guarantee ourselves almost a half hour of getting chores done around the house as the program runs. (Buy it on DVD because you will eventually wear out the tape.)
Based on the Mozart program, we soon bought BABY BACH (made 2000) and BABY BEETHOVEN (made 2002) on DVD. Save your money. BABY BACH is a total bust. He lasts about 7 minutes at best. He never liked it. I don't like it. Stupid still shots of toy instruments just sitting there and gratuitous shots of kids lend nothing.
BABY BEETHOVEN is a fair program and our little guy will sometimes sit through about 15 minutes of it but it pales in comparison to BABY MOZART. The Beethoven video includes even more pointless shots of children and lots of [pricey] toys and mobiles which it promotes at the end.
The music on BEETHOVEN and BACH is certainly as good as the Mozart video but for our baby and for us, the overall presentations just don't cut it.
BABY MOZART however is a wonderful program and should be in almost every child's video library. With Mozart, they did catch magic in a bottle. Too bad they weren't able to repeat it with the later efforts.
So... they are advertising directly to our babies now, and making us pay for it by saying they are going to help our children's brains.
So, you can take your pick as to who is being programmed.
This one's going back. I think I'll try The Wiggles.
"The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) does not recommend television for children younger than two years of age." - [...]
"The baby video industry is a scam. There's no evidence that the videos are educational for babies, and a review of the research on babies and videos concludes that while older babies can imitate simple actions from a video they've seen several times, they learn much more rapidly from real life."
-Harvard Medical School psychologist Susan Lynn
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Disgusting gibberish. Awful music which is all played on a synthesizer instead of letting a kid experience the full range of instruments. Read morePublished 8 days ago by I read cookbooks for fun
Sorry but I do not see a reason for three languages, there no words during play, I do not count when the say it is baby Einstein production. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Daria
This is a great introduction into classical music. The vivid colors are tremendous.Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
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