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They'll be able to see water's different purposes: Incorporate water into playtime by making water handprints and footprints on paper and then exploring the patterns with your child. Viewers will learn about circles, ovals, squares, rectangles, and triangles.
Go on a scavenger hunt to find similarly shaped objects around the house or in the neighborhood.
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Once the DVD is over, extend learning into playtime by playing peek-a-boo with holiday-related objects, such as ornaments or dreidels. Start a conversation with your child about what is happening on the screen. For instance, you can say, "They put the puzzle together. What is it a picture of? Who could it be?
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At 18 months, some children are beginning to sort objects. Help them by counting small groups of similar objects on the screen. For instance, you can say, "There are one, two, three birds. That's three birds total.
Baby Einstein: Meet the Orchestra: First Instruments
Dance with your child to the music. Encourage her to say and repeat words to you in different languages.
As your child begins to understand more words and becomes more verbal, ask her what she is watching: What do dogs eat? What's swimming in that bowl? Help your child learn to count as you do laundry.
Group shirts, socks, and pants by color and ask your toddler, "How many red shirts are there?
Baby Einstein : Meet the Orchestra - First Instruments (DVD, 2006)
Pretend to be different animals. Imitate the sounds that each animal makes and move the way each animal moves. Whatever stage of development your child is in, practice her moves along with her.
I do believe that this DVD will be a great for our son, and he enjoys it.
Had I not had particular issues with it, I would have given it 5 stars. Also, please note that it is definitely not for the youngest Baby Einstein audience.
My son would not have enjoyed it a few months ago, and I believe he will continue to appreciate it more as he gets older. So I bought it for my 1 yr old girl who loves, loves baby einstein. My review of it was it was ok.
I was pretty excited about it coming out thinking it was going to be great but like I said it was just ok. I feel like it lacked visual colors that stimulate babies and toddlers.
It also didn't have alot of the cutesy things in the dvd that I always wonder where they get this stuff like toys playing instruments, ect. It mainly used alot of teenagers playing instruments, showing bands playing, and it used the puppets alot more that some of the other dvds.
I do think that a toddler watching this would definetly understand that music is something you can make and do, If it keeps their attention long enough.
I liked the recent 'on the go' dvd alot more and so did my baby. Instead, instruments are introduced using some fake electronic violin, cello and other instrument "sounds.