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Baby Einstein Gift Pack : Volume 1
Baby Einstein Gift Pack : Volume 1


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Contains 4 Baby Einstein DVDs - see individual product pages for complete details
  • Baby Bach
  • Baby Newton
  • Language Nursery
  • Baby Shakespeare
Baby Einstein Gift Pack : Volume 2
Baby Einstein Gift Pack : Volume 2


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Contains 4 Baby Einstein DVDs - see individual product pages for complete details
  • Baby Mozart
  • Baby Van Gogh
  • Baby Dolittle Neighborhood Animals
  • Baby Dolittle World Animals
Baby Einstein Gift Pack : Volume 3
Baby Einstein Gift Pack : Volume 3


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Contains 4 Baby Einstein DVDs - see individual product pages for complete details
  • Baby Galileo
  • Baby Neptune
  • Baby Beethoven
  • Numbers Nursery
Baby Einstein : My First Signs
Baby Einstein : My First Signs (2007)


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DVD

As babies grow, their eye-hand coordination begins to improve as their ability to interact with their surroundings blossoms. It's the perfect time for My First Signs, a playful introduction to 20 common words and phrases from baby's world - including "mommy," "daddy" and "I love you" - both spoken and in sign language. Join special guest Marlee Matlin as she demonstrates this exciting way for babies to express themselves even before they’ve mastered verbal communication. Featuring delightful puppet shows, real-world images and beautiful classical music, this captivating program presents fun ways for you and your baby to interact on a whole new level!
Baby Einstein : Baby's First Moves
Baby Einstein : Baby's First Moves (2006)


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DVD

Within the first year of babies' lives, their motor skills begin to kick into high gear as they explore ways to physically interact with the world around them. Baby's First Moves is a playful celebration of their movement milestones -- including first steps, clapping, jumping, dancing, and more -- that invites parents and little ones to share in these fun-filled experiences together and discover how movement enriches physical strength, builds self-confidence, and encourages natural curiosity. You and your baby will want to join in at home as happy babies show off their best moves accompanied by delightful puppet shows and real-world images set to the beautiful classical music of Beethoven, Bach, and Mozart.
Baby Einstein : Baby's Favorite Places - First Words Around Town
Baby Einstein : Baby's Favorite Places - First Words Around Town (2006)


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As babies turn one year old, they continue to develop their communication skills and may become increasingly curious about the world around them. BABY'S FAVORITE PLACES is a playful introduction to the names of familiar and favorite places around town -- from the market to the library to the local park. Parents and little ones will discover 20 new words using both verbal and nonverbal communication. First, the written word is shown alongside an image of the featured place or object and the word is said aloud. Then, special guest Marlee Matlin demonstrates how to express the word through sign language. Once the words have been introduced, delightful puppet shows and real-world images set to the beautiful classical music of Mozart encourage parents and little ones to join the fun!
Baby Einstein : Meet the Orchestra - First Instruments
Baby Einstein : Meet the Orchestra - First Instruments (2006)


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DVD

Adults may think it's too early to teach a baby the difference between a trumpet and a bugle, but Baby Einstein: Meet the Orchestra--First Instruments entertains children with its next music installment. Relying on its tried-and-true formula of bright colors, quick-paced format, and almost no dialogue (except to repeat names and identify groups by section: brass, woodwinds, strings, and so forth), First Instruments flashes the instrument and its name on the screen, demonstrates how it sounds, and shows animated characters, puppets, babies, youth, and grown-ups all performing on (and enjoying) it. It then combines instruments for a few classical numbers. The jazzy rendition of Beethoven's "Fur Elise" is questionable (it would be nicer to teach kids appreciation for the real thing). Bonus features include instrument flash cards, several puppet shows, a featurette teaching more about music, and additional orchestral numbers. A nice diversion for your little maestro-to-be.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Bach - Musical Adventure
Baby Einstein : Baby Bach - Musical Adventure (2000)


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Designed for infants and toddlers (1 to 36 months), Baby Bach is a nicely produced video that features recognizable, familiar toys and colorful objects, moving to the complexly beautiful music of Johann Sebastian Bach. According to the video producers, "Bach's music has shown to enhance creativity, improve academic achievement, reduce anxiety and heighten mental awareness." Any parent will embrace this theory. Not only did this video completely captivate a 22-month-old for its entire 30-minute run-time, but it's easy on the parents, too. The images are lively, clean, and sharp, and producers The Baby Einstein Company have a firm handle on what interests babies and toddlers. The extraneous segments with two pretty little blonde girls is silly, but forgivable. Given that most children elect to watch a video repeatedly, this is one that parents won't mind in the slightest. The music, available on CD, is simply lovely.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Beethoven - Symphony of Fun
Baby Einstein : Baby Beethoven - Symphony of Fun (2002)


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Baby Beethoven Symphony of Fun is part of an integrated family of award-winning videos, audio recordings, flashcards, books and toys which explore art, music, language, living things, the physical world, discovery and celebrations. Delight and enrich your child's imagination by sharing this rich realm of tuneful selections that will introduce your youngster to the refreshing, inspirational music of Ludwig van Beethoven in unforgettable, motivating performances. Visually stimulating images set to spoken passages and the great classic of Beethoven's genius is a "Symphony of Fun" that parents and children will cherish and remember forever.

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Classical music has been scientifically proven to encourage cognitive development in young children. Baby Beethoven, a 29-minute Baby Einstein production, presents excerpts from five of the composer's most famous symphonies, as well as incidental music, in a child-friendly, sensory-rich format. Familiar Beethoven themes like the Ode to Joy from his Ninth Symphony are playfully rendered on electric piano and accompanied by colorful images of toys in action, puppetry, and babies at play. The musical excerpts are relatively short and the imagery is quick-paced and varied enough to grab the limited attention span of viewers age 1 to 36 months. Unlike previous Baby Einstein presentations, each symphonic excerpt (though not the incidental music) is labeled--a feature that encourages further exploration of favorite pieces. Baby Beethoven is an aural and visual feast that promotes creativity, mental awareness, and an appreciation for classical music in infants, toddlers, and their parents.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Da Vinci - From Head to Toe
Baby Einstein : Baby Da Vinci - From Head to Toe (2004)


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Baby da Vinci: From Head to Toe introduces babies and toddlers to their eyes, ears, mouth and nose, as well as their hands and feet in three different languages--English, Spanish and French! This whimsical introduction to the human form features delightful imagery of children, animals, puppets, famous paintings and sculptures, classical music, and every child's favorite interactive song, "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes."

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Expressive faces and the exploration of arms, legs, and other body parts simply fascinate babies and toddlers. From Head to Toe focuses in on eyes, ears, hands, and other appendages with rapidly changing, close-up photography of real-life children alternating with puppetry, toys, animals, and sculptures and paintings by famous artists. Accompanying the vivid images are whimsical versions of classical pieces by famous composers like Bach, Handel, and Corelli, made kid-friendly by the "Music Box Orchestra," as well as the traditional "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes." Baby Einstein videos are famous for this tried-and-true format that appeals to the limited attention span of very young viewers while encouraging cognitive development--the visual mix and pace in this presentation are especially effective. DVD features include language tracks in English, Spanish, and French; pictorial discovery cards with written and spoken words; an exploration of the five senses; puppet segments excerpted from the show; a read-aloud version of the book Mimi's Toes; and a listing of featured toys.

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Baby Einstein : Neighborhood Animals
Baby Einstein : Baby Dolittle - Neighborhood Animals (2001)


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DVD and VHS

When Baby Einstein started its "video board books" in 1997, the company was virtually alone in the field of baby development. By its sixth video, the field has become crowded with similar-sounding titles. Now scientists might be able to analyze what a baby will get out of a video like Baby Dolittle compared to Baby Van Gogh, but is it worth getting more baby videos? Absolutely--babies love variety as much as their adult counterparts. On that level, Baby Dolittle scores. The theme of animals is a natural, and this show should cause squeals of delight from little ones 1 to 4 years old. Using a stimulating mix of brightly colored toys, whimsical puppets (including your host, Pavlov the Dog), and lots of pictures, Baby Dolittle takes the viewer on a 30-minute tour of commonly found animals. Help your little pal spot a pig on the farm or a dog in the house. Baby Dolittle uses animals' sounds, kids' drawings, and photography for each animal in four habitats. The natural settings and original, bright recordings of Beethoven, Rimsky-Korsakov, Vivaldi, and others should make this a favorite every time you want to visit Old MacDonald's Farm. Followed by a companion production, Baby Dolittle World Animals.

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Baby Einstein : World Animals
Baby Einstein : Baby Dolittle - World Animals (2001)


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Since early on, the Baby Einstein Company's mission has been to expose young children to the "greatest forms of human expression"--language, poetry, art, and music. Since receiving widespread acclaim for such solid programs as Baby Bach and Baby Mozart, the company has made a natural progression into another expressive realm--the animal kingdom--with its Baby Dolittle series. Neighborhood Animals was the first foray into critter country followed by this exquisite sequel, World Animals, introducing youngsters, ages 1 to 4 years old, to the wonder, beauty, and hilarity of earth's creatures. In this 30-minute program, viewers journey to three natural animal habitats--jungle, ocean, and savannah--to watch tigers prowl, elephants romp, and giraffes glide with grace. They'll meet zebras, lemurs, starfish, and squirrels, toucans, pandas, and bears in footage both stunning and whimsical. Catering to the short attention span of its viewers, the video seamlessly flows from live action footage to colorful puppet segments (starring Jane the monkey) using engaging stage props (like a giant bubble blower) and kids' drawings. Animal paw prints morph into words and finally photos so that children learn to recognize the various animals while laughing out loud at their antics--monkeys swinging, dolphins diving, and sea turtles swimming. Requisite classical music accompanies the action, including symphonies by Dvorák and Mendelssohn, along with an assortment of kid-friendly songs. Expect repeat play of this lovely, captivating video from a production company that continues to outdo itself.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Galileo - Discovering the Sky
Baby Einstein : Baby Galileo - Discovering the Sky (2003)


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Baby Galileo - Discovering the Sky, includes spectacular images of the sun, moon and stars. The awe-inspiring visuals include familiar sights from a baby's world as well as a glimpse at the planets and whirling galaxies. In addition to images provided by NASA, JPL and Caltech, among others, Baby Galileo - Discovering the Sky features colorful toys, babies at play and engaging puppets in a way that captivates babies and toddlers and provides them with an opportunity to discover the sky above. Baby Galileo - Discovering the Sky is set to classical music re-orchestrated just for little ears. Featuring compositions by Mozart, Debussy, Chopin, Schubert, Strauss and Tchaikovsky, the video also includes delightful renditions of classic nursery rhymes and songs like "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," "Star Light, Star Bright" and "Hey Diddle Diddle."

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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.

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Baby Einstein : Baby MacDonald - A Day on the Farm
Baby Einstein : Baby MacDonald - A Day on the Farm (2004)


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DVD and VHS

Baby MacDonald introduces babies and toddlers to the sights and sounds of life on a real farm. Meet the animals, plant the crops, ride the tractor, celebrate the harvest and much more! This playful exploration combines traditional nursery rhymes live-action images with visuals of puppet shows children, toys, and real-world objects set to beautiful music by Schubert, Schumann and Strauss.

Baby Einstein uses real-world objects, music, art, language, science and nature to introduce young children to the world around them in fun, fascinating ways. All our videos are set to music specially reorchestrated for little ears. We encourage you to watch with your baby and enjoy the sights and sounds together!

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The beauty of this entry in the Baby Einstein catalog is its integration of puppets, toys, and live farm footage to help babies and toddlers make the connection between their plastic play sets and stuffed animals with images of a real farm. As always, the spoken language is minimal, omitting the pesky verbs and adjectives that would confuse the very young. The 30-minute main program is divided into sections: barns and equipment, animals, planting crops, and harvesting. Background music ranges from "Old MacDonald" to Schumann, and DVD extras include a 6-minute puppet show and visual "discovery cards" identifying animals and farm paraphernalia with a single word.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Monet - Discovering the Seasons
Baby Einstein : Baby Monet - Discovering the Seasons (2005)


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Baby Monet - Discovering the Seasons is a playful introduction for babies and toddlers to the sights and sounds of spring, summer, fall, and winter. From rainbows to sun flowers, falling leaves to snowflakes, this wondrous portrait of the yearly cycle will enchant little ones with real images reflecting each of the four seasons. It includes captivating visuals of children and toys, delightful puppet shows, and masterpieces by Monet, all set to the beautiful music of Vivaldi.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Mozart - Music Festival
Baby Einstein : Baby Mozart - Music Festival (2000)


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It's called "the Mozart Effect," the notion that exposing youngsters to the melodies of the maestro can improve verbal ability, spatial intelligence, creativity, and memory. It's a pretty big leap of faith to understand that effect unless you personally see a toddler react to the stimulation. The Baby Einstein folks have a series of tapes (Baby Einstein, Baby Bach) that add visual stimulation to the bouncy recordings (using vibraphone, Rhodes electric piano, and even a glockenspiel). The melodies are heard against colorful imagery of spinning tops, wave machines, soft baby toys, mobiles, and the like. Several parenting groups and magazines have heralded the tapes for children 1 to 36 months, but the Orwellian aspect of introducing babes in arms to the TV screen may cause many to just pick up the CD.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Neptune - Discovering Water
Baby Einstein : Baby Neptune - Discovering Water (2003)


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DVD and VHS

Baby Neptune: Discovering Water takes curious babies on a musical voyage from the bath to the beach. Hosted by Baby Einstein puppets including a sea turtle, duck and octopus, this video and DVD exposes babies to water in the world around them. With gentle waves at the beach, underwater scenes of sea horses, jelly fish, whales and dolphins, this title also provides a first hand look at water in streams, rivers, lakes and waterfalls, not to mention water from raindrops and puddles. Last but not least, babies and toddlers will enjoy all the familiar ways we use water in the home for baths, drinking and play.

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There's no denying a youngster's attraction to water, and the folks at Baby Einstein tap into that natural interest--and broaden it. They take babies and toddlers from bathtime to the beach, from tap water to waterfalls and geysers. A puppet octopus and duck serve as guides through clearly labeled sections: Ocean, Rivers and Lakes; Rain Drops and Puddles; Water at My House. A child speaks the title at the beginning and end of each unit, but those are the only words in this 24-minute "video board book." The rest of the sounds come courtesy of Handel, Telemann, Beethoven, and Johann Strauss. Both toy animals and real ones swim through the scenes and the footage of dolphins, sea turtles, and marina fish are fascinating enough that preschoolers won't mind sitting in with younger siblings.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Newton - Discovering Shapes
Baby Einstein : Baby Newton - Discovering Shapes (2001)


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Baby Newton is an enriching new approach to learning shapes as they are found in our world through the context of toys, nature, kinetic art and beautiful geodesic forms. Hosted by our colorful puppets and animated clown, Baby Newton will take your toddler on a field trip through a shape-filled world of sound and motion. Featuring delightful, silly puppet shows and baby-friendly animation accompanied by beautiful live-action video and classical music by Vivaldi, Baby Newton is the perfect way to engage and stimulate your young child.

Baby Newton is part of the Baby Einstein Learning Laboratory, an integrated family of products that includes award-winning Video Board Books, DVDs, audio recordings, books, Discovery Cards, toys and puppets.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Noah - Animal Expedition
Baby Einstein : Baby Noah - Animal Expedition (2004)


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Baby Noah - Animal Expedition takes babies and toddlers on a playful voyage across the globe. Little ones will meet animals, two by two, from the rainforest and tropics, the outback, the polar region and more! This 'round-the-world journey features delightful puppet shows and real images of wild animals, children, and toys set to the beautiful music of Beethoven, Bizet, and Mozart.

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The baby-to-toddler set gets an expedition through a variety of animal habitats across the planet in this installment of the Baby Einstein series. Despite the title, there is no real biblical connection to the material other than Noah's Ark toys and a few paintings (minus Noah and family). The subtitle "Animal Expedition" is far more accurate, as the 38-minute program takes the youngsters through the African savannah, rainforest, ocean, Australian Outback, and polar regions. As in its predecessors in the series, this one focuses on a few animals in each segment with repetition through toys, puppets and nature footage. Spoken words are minimal, but percussion and classical music (Beethhoven, Bizet, and Mozart, here) are maximized.

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Baby Santa's Music Box
Baby Santa's Music Box (2000)


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Adults familiar with Baby Einstein educational videos understand the concept behind the company's products. Studies show that repeated exposure to pleasant images and sounds will create greater brain capacity in wee ones, as neurons become connected in the brain's auditory cortex. (And you thought you were just playing with your child.) Here, in time for Christmas, Baby Einstein takes a holiday breather. In Baby Santa's Music Box, the stimulation is similar, yet the learning is not quite so intentional--a relief for those of us a bit intimidated with the Russian, Japanese, and French introduced in the original film. No human words are spoken here. Rather, the sights and sounds of Christmas are presented in a visual feast of whimsical, happy scenes accompanied by seasonal music. From sledding and snowmen to glowing candles and shimmering ornaments, dozens of animated and live-action settings communicate the beauty and wonder of the holiday season. Penguin puppets unwrap presents, ring bells, and toss tinsel. Santa's sleigh in a gentle snowfall segues smoothly into a playful group of Christmas-clad youngsters dancing to Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker." Kids decorate a tree, twirl in stocking caps, and careen down a sledding hill. Throughout the program, the Baby Einstein Music Box Orchestra performs soothing music from Christmas carols and classical favorites to traditional melodies from around the world. Infants and toddlers already sense the magic of Christmas. This "video board book" will help them celebrate it.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Shakespeare - World of Poetry
Baby Einstein : Baby Shakespeare - World of Poetry (2000)


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The fourth "video board book" from the Baby Einstein folks is their most engaging product yet. Aimed at slightly older audiences (ages 1 to 4), Baby Shakespeare combines poetry with the usual mix of festive classical music, bright objects, and happy thoughts designed to stimulate young minds. This video is aimed at exposing little tykes to the language context. Twelve words (grass, tree, etc.) are explored in pictures and poem form with plenty of playful stops for kids singing their ABC's and close-ups of brightly colored toys in action. Older kids can follow the poetry in a beautiful enclosed picture book of poem text and sharp outdoor photography. We even meet Baby Einstein's first host: a dragon puppet named Bard, who (along with his friends) playfully participates in the action. He deserves a repeat performance.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Van Gogh - World of Colors
Baby Einstein : Baby Van Gogh - World of Colors (2000)


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The Baby Einstein Company's "video board books" were designed as music-focused developmental tools to stimulate babies' brains (prompted by research proving that exposure to classical melodies can improve verbal ability, spatial intelligence, creativity, and memory in youngsters). Now the company is expanding into other art forms, including color and art. The idea remains the same--taking bold, beautiful objects (toys, puppets, nature scenes) and setting them to fun renditions of classical music (their recordings are easily the best in the crowded field of child development). A new puppet--Vincent Van Goat--introduces the six primary colors and associates them with Van Gogh's paintings--"The Starry Night" for blue, "Wheat Fields with Reaper" for yellow. The only misstep is the poetry written and read by creator Julie Aigner-Clark, which is strongly reminiscent of Dr. Seuss's My Many Colored Days.

The company suggests the program is for toddlers between the ages of 1 and 4. Harsh sounds between segments--such as balloons popping and tires screeching--will draw the attention of youngsters but will probably render the video inappropriate for babes in arms. The video can be purchased by itself or with a beautifully produced 28-page book featuring Van Gogh's paintings, screen shots from the video, and Clark's poems. The combination set may be the best way to engage 3- and 4-year-olds' interest; they can follow along in the text while watching the video. Music includes "The William Tell Overture," "The Blue Danube," "Bolero," and Brahms's "Lullaby." The video also provides information on the cool toys seen in the ending "Toy Chest" segment.

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Baby Einstein : Baby Wordsworth - First Words Around the House
Baby Einstein : Baby Wordsworth - First Words Around the House (2005)


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Baby Wordsworth - First Words Around the House is a playful, interactive introduction to 30 words from around the home. This engaging discovery of language exposes toddlers to familiar objects in the kitchen, playroom, yard, and more. Special guest Marlee Matlin introduces little ones to the concept of non-verbal communication. Set to the beautiful classical music of Bach, Bizet, Debussy, Grieg and Schubert, Baby Wordsworth includes delightful puppet shows and real-world images. Baby Wordsworth - First Words Around the House is part of the family of award-winning Baby Einstein videos, DVDs, music CDs, Discovery Cards, books, and toys that explore music, art, language, science, and nature. We introduce young children to the world around them in fun, fascinating ways. All our DVDs are set to music specially reorchestrated for little ears.

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Baby Einstein : Language Nursery
Baby Einstein : Language Nursery (2000)


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DVD and VHS

If you've been around babies in the last few years, you've seen these newfangled toys that are abstract in color (or just black, white, and red) and make curious, crunching noises. Studies have shown that these types of toys stimulate newborns, expanding the capacity of their little sponge-like minds. That concept comes to the video age in Baby Einstein. This 30-minute tape is called a "video board book" and the creators instruct parents of 1- to 18-month-olds to use it that way: huddle around the TV often pointing out objects and interacting with the child as you would with a book. Bright toys, patterns, blocks, and the like move across the screen accompanied by natural sounds, music, and voices. English, Japanese, Russian, German, and other languages are heard telling nursery rhymes or counting to 20. Now the creators don't expect your baby to recite "Humpty Dumpty" in Spanish by the end of the tape, but, as they state in the introduction, hearing different languages invigorates a baby's mind. These educators went on to combine classical music with their program on Baby Mozart and Baby Bach.

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Baby Einstein : Numbers Nursery
Baby Einstein : Numbers Nursery (2003)


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Numbers Nursery introduces babies and toddlers to the numbers 1 through 5 in a playful, interactive way that encourages them to join in and count out loud. Classical compositions by Hayden, Chopin, Strauss and Schubert--specially reorchestrated for little ears--accompany images of unique toys, adorable puppets and familiar real-world objects designed to surprise and delight little ones.

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Baby Einstein : On the Go - Riding, Sailing and Soaring
Baby Einstein : On the Go - Riding, Sailing and Soaring (2005)


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On the Go - Riding, Sailing and Soaring introduces babies and toddlers to the different ways people travel -- by land, air, and sea. From cars to trains, boats to planes, and more, this fun-filled introduction to transportation will expose little ones to "things that go," while captivating them with vibrant, real-world images, delightful puppet shows, and beautiful classical music by Beethoven, Hadyn, Mozart and Rossini.

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Baby Einstein 16-Pack
Baby Einstein 16-Pack : Amazon.com Exclusive


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DVD

Contains 16 Baby Einstein DVDs - see individual product pages for complete details
  • Language Nursery
  • Neighborhood Animals
  • Numbers Nursery
  • World Animals
  • Baby Bach
  • Baby Beethoven
  • Baby Galileo
  • Baby MacDonald
  • Baby Mozart Music
  • Baby Neptune
  • Baby Newton – Shapes
  • Baby Shakespeare
  • Baby Van Gogh
  • Baby da Vinci
  • Baby Noah
  • Baby Monet
Baby Einstein VHS Gift Box Set : Includes all 15 VHS tapes
Baby Einstein VHS Gift Box Set : Includes all 15 VHS tapes (2004)


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Baby Bach, Baby Beethoven Symphony of Fun, Baby Einstein: Neighborhood Animals, Baby Einstein: World Animals, Baby Einstein: Language Nursery, Baby Galileo, Baby Mozart, Baby Neptune, Baby Newton: All About Shapes, Baby Santa, Baby Shakespeare, Baby Van Gogh, Baby MacDonald, Baby Einstein: Numbers Nursery, & Baby Da Vinci.




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