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BABY PRODIGY - 30 MINUTES TO A QUIET BABY

What to know: Soothe and relax your baby with delightful animations, adorable puppet scenes and calming visuals.
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Recommended age 1-3
30 minutes
DVD
BABY PRODIGY COMPANY
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Children in our jury were 20 months to 3 1/2 years in age. They definitely enjoyed the show and, in fact, groaned when it ended. One responded with an enthusiastic "ya" when asked if he wanted to watch it again. They seemed to like the stuffed animals and the music. Overall, they liked the "real objects" better than the drawings. They pointed to objects, participated in color matching activities, danced along to the songs and one speech delayed 3 year old said "train" (a new word for him) while watching. There are portions that encourage interactions - naming colors, matching colors, etc where you need an adult interacting with the child to get the full benefit. The color matching part is a bit fast for the children. They would have had more success if they had more time to figure it out on their own. There are non-interactive portions that are a bit slow and the kids started to lose interest but as soon as the section and pace changed, the kids re-engaged. It's not easily divided into segments in the menu but an adult could pause and skip to view certain segments.
Nice video for adults to watch together with their child, ages 1-3. The merits are really only realized when there is adult interaction with the content. The interactive portions are outstanding. The structure, continuity and style are very good. Some portions are perhaps a bit fast for the youngest kids, but still very good. Overall it is well paced, suitable for the audience and holds their interest. The attitude is respectful of toddlers and introduces concepts such as color recognition and matching. Production quality is good. The sections about color, food and animals could easily lead to other discussion and activities if the parent is actually watching with the child.
Soothe and relax your baby with delightful animations, adorable puppet scenes and calming visuals. A must have for anyone trying to quiet a fussy child. Starring celebrity characters Dookie and Dottie Duck!
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