Brainy Baby® 123s DVD (Classic)
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Brainy Baby's 123's focuses on teaching your child: Numbers 1-20, Basic math skills, familiar objects, fun songs and music. The Brainy Baby Learning Library is the pioneer in infant development videos. It is the first video series that will help stimulate your child's cognitive development. This video includes Brainy Music which includes original songs, classical favorites from Mozart, Vivaldi & more! Give your child the power to excel by using the video series that's more than just a lot of pretty pictures. The educational content of Brainy Baby can help give your child a learning advantage! Babies love to watch and learn from other children at play! Brightly colored objects help develop cognitive skills and spatial reasoning. We combine fascinating animation with real life objects that babies recognize.
- Introduces numbers from 1 to 20
- Cute kids, happy songs, familiar objects, and colorful animations give this eye-catching program two thumbs-up!
- DVD includes special features such as: Baby Bloopers, Behind The Scenes, Video Sing-Along and an Interactive Activity.
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Top Customer Reviews
For the number 3, BB says:
"1,2,3. 3 cups."
"1,2,3. 3 pompoms."
"1,2,3. 3 cookies."
a child then says, "Three"
"1,2,3" (this is said when 3 tops are spinning)
"3 apes" (3 toy apes are shown)
"1,2,3. 3 white mice"
After about 5 numbers there is a review of about 3 numbers (I think they could have reviewed all of them maybe in a mixed up order). They will say, "how many candles do you see?", "can you count the boots?", etc.
I was happy to see that BB kept my favorite part of BFI #'s and that was the jelly beans. You'll see the screen covered in colorful jelly beans and numbers are drawn in the candy.
BB also adds a touch of addition and subtraction. Example: "How many blue frogs? How many red frogs? How many all together?" "Look. Five jacks. Let's take one away. Now there are four."
They have a counting song about counting on your fingers but, honestly, it's not the greatest song or singing voice. At the beginning and the end of this video they have these square foam number puzzle pieces floating in a pool. They are all attatched like a big checkerboard but some of the numbers (like some of the 5's) are upside down. I really don't understand why they did that. Because of these few negative things I can't give it 5 stars. Please read more of my reviews.
The age range that the video represents is appropriate. If your child is ready to learn counting and numbers, the video is perfect. If your child already knows number values of 1 - 20, don't get the video. If your child is younger, you can get it and if they are not interested, it might just mean that they are not yet ready to learn the material.