name some educational dvd's for toddlers?

Apple - posted on 04/24/2010 ( 14 moms have responded )

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i bought my baby a complete set of "your baby can read" when he was still 12 months old and he has learned so much on that video..now,i'm wanting to buy more educational dvd's for my 19th month old baby boy...any suggestions pls?thanks! :-)

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Jill - posted on 04/24/2010

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well, I love the sesame street series I get them from the library or amazon. My daughter learned how to count to ten and backwards from ten from watching. They are like half hour little shows. The one she loves is sing yourself silly, and there are abc ones. LOVE THEM!!! Scholastic has books on video that are very nice, The Wheels on the Bus one is the BEST you will love it too!

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Preeti - posted on 07/01/2012

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Hi,
educational DVDs for kids, in that they include some addition maths games, online subtraction games, interactive timetable games etc. with that kids learn maths in happy way.

Kapri - posted on 05/06/2010

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We did baby sign board books since 12 mos, and baby can read and baby einstein, all just here and there not really intensive. my daughter loves it all she is 20 months and can recognize and find letters for over half the alphabet when we are out and about or chalk playing etc, she has several colors now and can sign and say most animals and objects. i dont think any one of these in particular was the best just the fact that you keep the stimulation coming and varied to make it exciting, i would notice if she grasped a letter then kind of add one or two by using foam in the bath shapes like the letters, writing with chalk or books to point it out. also animals in pics, nature, chalk drawing and etcha sketch to practice ,

Maureen - posted on 05/05/2010

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My daughter was not in to the "My Baby Can Read" videos but loves the Baby Genius series since she was 9 mos. old. They are all singing with the words at the bottom and at 19 months she can sing most of the songs and do the hand gestures. My sister got her multiple sets from Ross but you can also find them online.

Crystal - posted on 05/04/2010

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My son never took to the "Your Baby Can Read" but could recognize and say his entire alphabet by 14 months and shortly after his colors and shapes by watching the Preschool Prep Co. Videos and with us working with him on them. We now own the "Sight Words" set from Preschool Prep Co. as well and he knows about 90% of those. I would recommend any of these videos to any parent!

Keena - posted on 05/02/2010

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You can always use power point or similar computer programs to make a movie for them to watch similar to baby can read. use words not on your current movie or start using family members names and pictures etc. Maybe vacation pictures for new words, that way it is things that are familiar on a personal level for your child. We also like some of the Scholastic videos. They use cartoons and song to teach and explain. Our favorite is Arctic Antics, and it talks about the animals and their habitat through song. It is sooo cute.

Mandy - posted on 05/02/2010

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I sometimes feel like my son is a little behind... are your 19 month olds counting and saying their letters?

Stacy - posted on 04/30/2010

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I like the pbs cartoon WORD WORLD my 19 month old daughter likes it and sid the science kid. you can get them on dvd at walmart or barnes and noble.

Jennifer - posted on 04/28/2010

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I recommend Little Einsteins. It is the same as Baby Einsteins except made for Toddlers. It teachers learning, problem solving, imagination all through classical music and famous works of art. My daughter is in love with them and we even have quite a few of their educational toys (my fav is their talking globe!!)

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Baby Einstein DVD's.......they're all age appropriate......my 19 month old LOVES them and they're all educational!

Cindy - posted on 04/25/2010

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If by any chance you have dish network for a satelite provider I strongly recomend baby first tv. if you don't have them, but have an iphone, or i pod touch i've been told you can get apps for both regarding baby first TV. Its not a DVD, however it is wonderful. They have reading, counting, signing, and my gym at home. Each show is no more then 5 min and then its on to the next both my girls love watching it. And thanks for talking about the your baby can read DVD's i've seen them on TV but was wondering if their really worth the money. Now i'm going to look into them to see if it help improve my girls language skills.

Claudia - posted on 04/25/2010

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My daughter is 19 months old and she loves watching Dora the Explorer. And ever since she was little little we have been teaching her sign language.I have bought a couple of movies for her, But we have "decided" not to have Cable/satelite or anything at this time. So we watch movies, We subscribe to Netflix.com and they send movies to your mail box for a fee each month. And on mine I have a bunch of movies on there for her. Then we can watch the movie and see if she will even watch it and if she does I can go buy it for her, and if she doesn't I send it back and get another movie in just a couple days. I hope that helped you.

Jennifer - posted on 04/24/2010

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We like the Leap Frog videos like the letter factory and word factory. My son loves them and will watch them over and over again

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