What does everyone think about the program Your Baby Can Read?

Traci - posted on 08/10/2009 ( 46 moms have responded )

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i am thinking about purchasing the program your baby can read and i was wondering if anyone has used it and what they thought about it.

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Terey - posted on 08/12/2009

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YOU DONT HAVE TO SPENT 200 DOLLARS SO YOUR BABY CAN READ. I've been seeing the infomercial for awhile and just decided to make my own flashcards-I made the alphabet, numbers 1-20, spanish numbers, spanish animals and the greek alphabet. My 28 month old daughter thinks its fun to "play school" and is actually getting bored, soon I'll need to move on to the next level.-I like to mix them up so she won't rely on memorization. Also, you can use the moviemaking software on your computer, copy and paste clips of objects, words, anything really and if you have a mic, just record your own and/or dad's voice as narration pronouncing the words. The whole project probably took 3-4 hours to complete BUT you can personalize it, change out words to fit your child's needs and rate of growth. I did mine in all Greek and have the satisfaction of being proactive when it comes to our kids development, think of it as a weekend project. Plus, as a mother of two toddlers, I'm in constant need of money-saving ideas-Husbands love it too. Let's use our thinking caps and get creative, put that 200 to better use. Hope I help someone :D

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Just my opinion (I have a bachelors and masters degree in elementary education, my mom has a bachelers in early childhood education and she shares my opinion):
I think it works BUT I wouldn't recommend it. Sounds like I'm contradicting myself but let me explain. The program teaches using rote memorization. The kids are simply memorizing the words. This is not a bad thing in itself. But learning to read needs to be paired with a sound understanding of phonics. Kids who learn ONLY by memorization will not be able to recognize words they haven't seen before and will not have the ability to sound them out. Word recognition is only a very small part of learning to read. In addition to site words (words learned through memorization) and phonics, there is fluency and comprehension. Reading is more complex than memorizing words. So, if you are still insistant on buying the program, be sure to teach phonics. Like someone said, starfall.com is a great resource for phonics. As for comprehension, when reading to your child, ask questions. "Who is this story about?" "What do you think will happen next?" "What was your favorite part of the story?" "What happened first, in the middle, at the end?"

In short, you don't need the program. You can teach your child to read without it. If you still want it, be sure you don't leave out the other important elements of reading.

Julie - posted on 08/17/2009

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Girls, it's not a bad thing to do. It's just that I think it's not necessary for our babies to read.. Babies & toddlers have so much to learn and are doing it just by being with us, playing, and interacting with the world. Don't underestimate how smart they are just because they can't read. I think it's a bit 'supermomish' and might put a baby on overload. Don't be fooled by advertisement. Learning to read at a super-young age will not necessarily guarantee any further advance in school, any greater intelligence, or any greater success in life. But it will give you bragging rights (which is cool), but don't do it just because you think you're 'not doing your best for your child' or 'you're doing your child a disservice' if you don't.

I hope I don't sound too cynical, but I do think it's a bit of a clever marketing ploy to good moms who want to give every opportunity for advancement their children.

Katie - posted on 08/17/2009

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Kids today grow up fast enough without having to learn how to read before they are ready to. I sit down with my 2 year old for about 30 min a day and we read one book that she chooses. She knows her numbers in English, French, Spanish and German just from us teaching it to her ourselves. When she gets bored we move on to something else. She recognizes all of her colors and knows all of her body parts. I would rather spend that $200 on food or clothing than a program to teach her how to read when I can teach her myself. She has one book that she is reading to me what is in the pictures and is pointing at the words under the pictures as she says the word. We sit down with a pad of paper and a pencil and write the alphabet and everyone's names including our pets. She also sings her ABC's without prompting or much help.

Julie - posted on 01/19/2010

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Rhonda!! Wow!! I'm confused. Are you replying to me??

For one, I didn't "just say, ' don't buy it even if it works"'. I wouldn't say that. I'm sorry if that's how it came across.

I basically said that you don't have to buy it in order to be a good mom who cares about your child's education.

You said, "Don't keep bashing others that tried the program and love it". I never 'bashed' anybody, Rhonda. And I certainly don't 'keep' bashing anybody because other than my reply to you here, I only have one posting on this thread.
Read again what I said. It was intended to be supportive of all the mothers here regardless of the decision they make on this program.

"Your reasons for bashing the program are selfish."

Please quote me what I said that sounds selfish so I can explain or change how I worded it.

'I put my children and their education first." Ouch, Rhonda. I put my children and their education first, too. This educational program is not a buying test to see who truly loves their children or not. You have no idea the sacrifices I make or what I do for my children. And if the issue is bashing people for having a differing opinion... need I say more??

But I'm still confused at to whether I'm the one you're replying to. Seriously. I wonder if somebody deleted a whole slew of posts that honestly DID bash people who buy this program. Otherwise, I'm kind of left scratching my head over this.

I hope what I'm saying makes sense because I never intended to offend anybody. I think we're all trying our best here, we just have different ways of doing it.

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Eizzilr - posted on 12/28/2015

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I know this thread is old but I thought to put some positive out comes from this program. I have a ten yr old & a two month old. It first came out 10yrs or so ago when I was 17. I saved and bought this program for my daughter & I honestly think it attributed to my daughter's intellect. She has an IQ of 148 & last yr was the #13 kid on the island (I live in Puerto Rico). I want to emphasis that just putting your kid in front of the TV is not going to do it. I turned the name cards as a game & the reading I did it every night before bedtime to build a routine. It was fun and games with this program. At a yr old my daughter was speaking in sentences about 3-5 words per phrase. At 4 which was accepted into Kindergarten & has since been 3.8-4.0 in her classes & has been accepted to the Gift School for Children at Berkeley. Do I think that this helped out a lot? Yes I wholeheartedly do. Could there e other factors yes definitely. But I believe this put a foundation down for her to learn. I already bought the new versions to do this with my son in the next few days.

Amy - posted on 05/07/2010

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i'm all for the free program that we have all been following for decades. it's called talking to ur children. my daughter knows all the nursery songs, alphabet, and numbers. colors and shapes. no she can't read, but she's three. she recognizes her name and mommy and granny. i'm ok w/ this. i'd like my kids to be kids. by the time they grow up, who knows what the world is going to be like. i'm all for them getting ahead but spending a hundred dollars on something i can accomplish for free,well, not it's not for me. they will be in school soon enough. we'll just experience life on life's terms for now. just my two cents. :)

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And no, I bashed no one. I wasn't the one that stooped to insults. I simply disagreed w/ the program saying it was a waste of money when you can do the SAME thing for free. That's why I deleted my responses though. It was a pointless argument and Rhonda just wasn't getting what I was saying.... which I realized after she insinuated that my children and their education are not important to me. Sorry for the confusion.

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The comments I'm referring to were way back in January, but I wanted to let Julie Berard know that Rhonda Sanfilippo's comments were in reference to me. I deleted all my comments except for my apology which is why some of the things Rhonda says doesn't make sense.

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I have raised 4 kids..ages 7 - 23 and I know that as a mother, you want to do everything you can for your baby and give him or her every advantage. Without judgment, I would ask that you honestly examine your conscience and ask yourself WHY you are interested in teaching your baby to read as a toddler. The very first time I saw the commercial, my instincts told me that there's something strange about a baby that can read but can't speak well enough for you to even know what they're reading. Children are under so much pressure at younger and younger ages. It used to be that you could just be a child and play and learn about the world around you by your own explorations until you were 5 or 6. Do we really need babies feeling the pressure of success and failure when their too young to even speak. I spoke at length to my sister, who has raised 3 adult children and is a psychoanalyst. Frankly, she was HORRIFIED at the thought of it. I'm just saying, do you honestly think that it's necessary or is it for your own ego? Just a thought..and again, I'm not trying to be judgmental, I just want to bring another perspective to the conversation.

Monique - posted on 02/04/2010

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I have the your baby can read full dvd set. If anyone wants a copy they can contact me here

Rhea - posted on 01/24/2010

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my son is 14 months and we wanted to get it for him but because we live in the caribbean we couldn't get it shipped to us but dr tizzer himself came here and i finally got it when he was 1 year old...he's now 15 months old and on volume 2 of the dvd...he knows over 200 words and can recognize a whole lot more
i love your baby can read it works even for a very energized boy ... but i still think being a stay at home mom has also contributed to his fast learning, he's able to explore and observe his surrounding, but you have to be able to find ways to expose you child to the knowledge that he can learn take him/her on trains rides and explain to your child what things are and how they work they understand so much more that you can ever imagine ...

but at the end of the day its how much time you are wiling to dedicate to your childs learning and if you take this time now in the future you will see results.

Maria - posted on 01/23/2010

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I bought it. Mydaughter is only 3 1/2 months old and I just started it at 3 months, so don't know how it works yet. It makes a lot of sense to me. I think it will work. you just have to keep up with it and listen to the instructions. $200 includes 5DVD's, a set of flash cards to go with each DVD, and a book to go with each DVD. It also comes with a larger bonus book. The cards and books are just extra exposure to the words. The DVD's repeat the words a lot. It will be worth way more than $200 if it works, which scientifically/psycologically, it really makes sense that it will. My daughter enjoys her DVD so far. She's on the first one for a month, then moves on to the next.

Michelle - posted on 01/22/2010

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I have debated buying them too but so expensive. A friend has it and likes it. Leap Frog makes DVDs like "The Letter Factory" ..my daughter and a friends son learned the ABCs and the sounds the letters make from these.

Toula - posted on 01/21/2010

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I have a friend who received the complete set as a gift for her 9 month old son. She is indifferent about it. It doesn't really give you recommendations as to when to start and how to go about doing it. I don't personally have it, but a colleague used the Brainy Baby videos on his 5 1/2 year old son and he has been reading words for about a year now. I bought the videos (3 DVDs with 10 programs total for about $20 total) and my daughter who will be three in March has learned a lot from them. The videos are sequential and it gives you recommended age groups to begin each video sequence. It starts with Left Brain, Right Brain, followed by learning through play, peek-a-boo, letters and number, and last comes art and music. I like the ABC videos because not only do they show you the picture of the letter, but they also give you the sound of each letter and keep reinforcing that feature, so my daughter can phonetically sound out each letter and slowly piece little words together. I would check them out. www.half.com (a subset website of Ebay) has the videos for about $2 a piece. Hope this helps.

Julie - posted on 01/21/2010

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Hey Cleo. Thanks for your reply. I guess there are a lot of supermoms here. ;D! But probably it's more like, 'Super moms'. I try to be that kind of mom myself :D!

I actually feel kind of guilty for not doing any preschool work with my kids. When I went to school back in the '70's, my mom just up and sent us to kindergarten when we were five. The teachers did all the teaching. I couldn't even print my name before kindergarten. Things seem to have changed so much and I guess I'm super old-school! The town I'm living in, most parents expect you to send your kiddos to school starting at three. I grew up with a mom who thought six was barely old enough, and cried when she sent me to school at five.

I've also done some reading and studying up on 'reading readiness'. I have known of parents who (no joke) didn't teach their kids to read till age 8-10. Within months, the kids caught up and surpassed their grade level. That's pretty controversial on this thread, and I wouldn't do it with my kids. My six-year-old is in grade one, just where I want him to be ;D! But it does go to show you that there are many ways to teach a child.

As for Rhonda, I don't think her reply was to me. Another girl deleted a number of posts, and I think it may have been to her. The words which Rhonda used are more than just, 'I'm having a bad day', words. She has five posts -- at least three of which are the longest posts on this thread. She's passionate!! And she was apparently feeling beat up. Not what I wanted, so I sure hope it wasn't me that made her feel that way!

Anyway, this thread has generated some interesting discussion and ideas. I like all the money-saving ideas on how to do a reading program with your wee ones without much cost. And I find it very interesting to hear all the moms who say, "My child knows all her letters... My child can count to ten in four languages... My child can recognizes many words,' etc. Good food for thought. Even for an old-school junkie like me :D!

And wow! Six hundred dollars a month for preschool! My word! Can't blame you for sitting that one out!

I also like that some moms are mentioning reading to their kids. That really is one of the best ways to encourage strong literacy and a love of reading. My mom did tons of reading to us. I still like to hear my mom read to me. : ) . And I read to my kids, too. A lot.

Well, I have supper to make for my little charges, so I'd better go.

Thanks again for your reply and have a nice evening.

Julie

Lisa - posted on 01/21/2010

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I saw the infomercial..how can you not, it is played over and over on children's channels. I am really not impressed. Teaching a child to read by sitting them in front of a tv is not teaching. It also appears they are teaching sight reading. Phonics is a better program. They taught, in public schools, sight reading in the 50s and they returned to phonics teaching because those children were poor spellers. I purchased flash cards from the local teaching schools and my daughter knows all her letters, lower and upper case, all the true sight words (like, see, the, etc), numbers 1-20, and the beginning of phonics. Although it may seem great to show off that your child can "read", some teachers have told me they have to "reteach" these children.

Bonnie - posted on 01/20/2010

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I agree with all the moms who say to spend your time teaching the child. Why do you want to spend hundreds of dollars on something that you can do and should be doing anyway? Sure, no one can put a price on your child's education, but you can't put a price on the time you spend with your child reading or doing activity books, etc. either.



Don't spend the $200. Take time out of your day, every day and read to your child. It makes a bigger difference than you can ever imagine. Don't let the TV teach your child.

Jamie - posted on 01/20/2010

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OKAY....my father in law (paid the $400 for the entire set plus shipping) bought this for my son when he was 3 months old...and unless you child is hook to the tv and does nothing but watch tv all day then yes your child would likely benefit from this...but if your kid is like any other child and is as active as mine they will show no intrest in it...my son is now 19 months old and to this day he will not sit still enough to watch the videos...and i must say they really don't do much to hold the childs attention.

Linda - posted on 01/20/2010

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14.95 is only for a 30-day TRIAL....if you keep it, they bill your credit card for the remaining 100 or so dollars!!!

Courtney - posted on 01/20/2010

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I think it's a waste of money. My son could read and write at 3 just by me reading to him and getting him flashcards and stuff like that at the dollar store. If you have the time to sit down with your child, even if just a few minutes a day, it makes a world of difference. Now kids really don't need to read as early as this program wants them to and some just won't as every kid is different (that doesn't mean they aren't smart though, we all just have our different areas of strength), but if you still want to try, you can do it yourself for much cheaper and also incorporate shows like sesame street or other pbs reading shows...a teacher friend of mine had this program and she said it basically is just teaching the babies to memorize things, not phonics or anything else that really makes them learn how to read.

Cleo - posted on 01/19/2010

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julie, i went back and read your post. i totally agree with you. i honestly cant afford to buy it. it does look like a great program but it does not make you any less of a mother if you use your own methods to teach your child. no matter what the program says it does all children learn at a different speed.

i believe some people can be a little more touchy than others or having a bad day. we all have them. sometimes we have to smile and just hope they have a better day. they are not worth ruining ours.

thanks for your input and i totally agree with you. it costs about 600-700 a month for preschool in hawaii. so i plan to get some "reader rabbit" and workbooks from walmart. i got two years of teaching to do. so i guess u can just call me "super mom" i plan to get me degree for personal trainer in the process. have a great day girl. i know i will! :)

Cleo - posted on 01/17/2010

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a friend of mine got and and her daughter learned really fast but like one of the older posts says. you can make it yourself. people are so worried about making money they over charge. it does take alot of dedication to tach a young child though. i know its worth it just hard. im in hawaii and i may have to teach my child for preschool. i believe it is really expensive here.

Miranda - posted on 01/17/2010

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a friend of ours daughter is about 18 months and her grandma bought the my baby can read for her and it is pretty pricey but the way this 18 month old can talk i see its totally worth it because my daughter is 22 months and does not say much at all. and hearing a child younger than my daughter talk that much is like a shocker.. it is worth it by what ive seen and heard

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Sorry, deleted all my responses to this post. Sooooo not worth my time to argue about this nonsense. :(

Krystal - posted on 01/16/2010

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rhonda you dont havve to defend your self to anybody its not your fault your kids are smart & you do all you can no matter wat the cost to educate them! & miss only spend a penny has a problem with that.

Rhonda - posted on 01/16/2010

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you just said "dont buy it even if it does work" so metaphorically speaking, dont send your kids to a good school even if its better than that other public school....i understand times and money is tuff these days but dont neglect your childrens future....i said i wouldnt spend $250 dollars on it either, i found a guy on craigslist for $100,,now that is a small price to pay for an academic foundation your children carry with them the rest of thier lives. your reasons for bashing the program are selfish ....i put my children and thier education first...

Rhonda - posted on 01/16/2010

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u r intitled to your own opinion , but dont keep bashing others that tried the program and love it....because it works for them....you havent even tried it and your saying dont do it

Rhonda - posted on 01/16/2010

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what if your sons not ready till the second grade. reading is the first fundamental in all academics. once they learn to read school is easy=good grades. if they struggle, its a domino effect,they struggle with all subjects=bad grades=unseccessful....if you want to wait until your children are ready, you might be waiting too late to catch up.

You are right if you work with your children and have book and the time , it wont cost you anything ..but if your a busy parent and have a child that hard at paying attention, this program works...ive done books , chalkboards , dry erase boards , work books ,..etc.....todays kids love TV, they pay attention to it, if thats how you gat them to learn so be it...weve donr the YOUR BABY CAN READ program and my first grader is in the top of her reading class,, AT THE FIFTH GRADE LEVEL!!!!!!!!!! its ok to be a skeptic. im one too. but dont knock something that works for other situations :)

Rhonda - posted on 01/16/2010

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This totally works.I recommend this learning device for any parents or pre-school teachers who really want their toddlers to have an academic edge on all the other kids when they get to the First Grade. It really works!!! Look at the youtube videos showing these kids- it is truly amazing. I have a personal set I'm using for our three children. We are only 4 months into this program and our son can read up to 12 words!!! he just turned TWO in July! We love it- and it's so easy to implement into our daily routine. The Starter DVD tells you how to use the program. Start by viewing the StarterDVD with your baby twice a day for 1 month, repeating everything and pointing to every word the DVD introduces. And continue on to the next DVD... It is very, very repetitive, but truly an amazing thing when your TODDLER starts recognizing the words and says them BEFORE the narrations on the DVD!!!! This is the a-ha moment for the parent, the baby is just recognizing the squiggly shapes of the letters and the order of the letters that essentially create words, thus what we all call READING!
It really works!!! Check out this kid that used the program on Ellen Degeneros Show:
http://best-parenting-tips.com/index.php...
I bought mine from a guy in st. louis, craigslist, the set on the web site goes for over $250, hes got the delux set for $100 make shure its the 2009 delux set. some people selling a partial set for $50. look him up in st. louis CL

Jannie - posted on 08/13/2009

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I purchased the program for my little boy who is 2. Initially he enjoyed the videos but there are times when he is just not interested and tells me he wants to watch something else. He really ejoys the flash cards and the book of words in the set. He is not reading yet but we try to watch the videos 1x per day. I purchased by set from ebay. Overall I think it is a good investment.

Terey - posted on 08/13/2009

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To Jen Crespo: Go for it, I hope your daughter really benefits from it like my kids do, its best if you get into it with them. If she grows out of it, maybe you can give it to a friend/family memeber with a child. Pass it on.... :D





The general public:

I studyed child development in school and it really bothers me when someone or company tries to make a quick buck on our children's futures. I say knowledge is for the telling not the selling. As a parent of however many children, if you have time/funds to sign up for Circle of Moms via Facebook, perhaps you can squeeze in the time/funds for a dollar pack of index cards and a magic marker, no need to pay 5,10 or even 20 dollars to buy it off another website..... the whole point is to get down in the floor with said child/ren and get back to basics, remember back in the 60s, 70s and 80s when we were kids learning those basics? Well learning is still the same. I think using technology is great to enhance the process, but let's not be slaves to it and certainly not fooled by it. Parent is the child's first teacher, in all things.

Elvia - posted on 08/13/2009

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I wouldn't suggest buying it for $200. It's not expensive if you're thinking it's for your child's education. But if you can buy it for less (or make one), even better. Especially because they learn so fast, they will outgrow it really quick.
Another idea: buy it used from craigslist (if it's in your area). I bought all 5 DVDs for $25, which I thought was a GREAT deal--3 of the DVDs hadn't even been opened!. You don't really need the flashcards that it comes with, or the books. We've gotten books from the library, but you have to be careful that the print is big enough and that's there are very few words.

One note: you do have to be consistent in order for them to learn. One time a day, everyday is better than 3 times a day once a week.

You can also use Powerpoint to do it. "Your Baby Can Read" slides are done in Powerpoint, with video mixed in (if you take a close look). I did mine with pictures, instead of video. We've been studying: organs, presidents, animals, Spanish, reading, math--all using Powerpoint (my son is 25 months now). It's a great resource and you can create several programs in one afternoon.

For the moms that don't have time, I'll be making a website (for reading among other things) that you'll be able to view it online at a great cost: only $5 a month! Email me and I'll send you the link once we're up and running (by the end of this month).

Hope this helps!! :-D

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Quoting Terey:

YOU DONT HAVE TO SPENT 200 DOLLARS SO YOUR BABY CAN READ. I've been seeing the infomercial for awhile and just decided to make my own flashcards-I made the alphabet, numbers 1-20, spanish numbers, spanish animals and the greek alphabet. My 28 month old daughter thinks its fun to "play school" and is actually getting bored, soon I'll need to move on to the next level.-I like to mix them up so she won't rely on memorization. Also, you can use the moviemaking software on your computer, copy and paste clips of objects, words, anything really and if you have a mic, just record your own and/or dad's voice as narration pronouncing the words. The whole project probably took 3-4 hours to complete BUT you can personalize it, change out words to fit your child's needs and rate of growth. I did mine in all Greek and have the satisfaction of being proactive when it comes to our kids development, think of it as a weekend project. Plus, as a mother of two toddlers, I'm in constant need of money-saving ideas-Husbands love it too. Let's use our thinking caps and get creative, put that 200 to better use. Hope I help someone :D


That's an awesome idea. I hadn't thought of doing the computer program. I'm going to have to work on one. My daughter is 20 months and loves to learn. She's already counting with help and recognizing letters of the alphabet. Thanks for the awesome advice.

TORA - posted on 08/12/2009

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I purchased it for my 1 year old daughter and she loves it. There are alot of tapes and its pretty pricey but its worth it!

Alicia - posted on 08/12/2009

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I LOVE IT!!! Bella learned alot!!!! She started at 10mo and now knows allll the songs and her body parts!!

Chautney - posted on 08/11/2009

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well we dbated on buyingit but you would spend that on clothes so whynot on your childs education. We bought for our two year old and she is reading!! knows all her animals and can recongnize her alphabet as well as count!!! It is a great tool, she was just accepted into a intelligent preschool where she passed the entrance exam with flying colors!!!

Rikki - posted on 08/11/2009

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If you look on the website, there is another package that is around $75... it has most of the important stuff, just not as many flash cards (which you make yourself) and other games. It has the dvd's and some flash cards, etc... you can always add on after if you see it working. I will be getting it, I just have to set the money aside for it. Dr. Phil did a spot on it on his show, so it seems pretty good and well endorsed.

Aubree - posted on 08/10/2009

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Lol mine did too! When I told him it was $200 he looked at me like I was crazy. It does seem to be worth it though, well kind of...

Jen - posted on 08/10/2009

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I'd buy it if was less than $100. $50 would be even better. When I saw the commercial (after hearing about the program) I thought that it was something that you could do by yourself with flashcards. My daughter is 20 months and she's learning pretty fast, but I think the program is way too expensive. I'll stick to the old fashion way of learning. lol :)

Traci - posted on 08/10/2009

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ohh well im glad you said that because i was about to order it... my husband said i could with it being that cheep... lol

Aubree - posted on 08/10/2009

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Oh thats just for one DVD that plays some basic stuff. The cards, all 5 DVDS, books ect. cost 200 plus shipping. I thought it was 14.15 too until I went to order it online.

Aubree - posted on 08/10/2009

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Lol Im such a dork, you said you were thinking about buying it. Don't pay attention to my last sentence :-)

Traci - posted on 08/10/2009

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i am just wondering about it... when i see the commercial for it its only 14.95

Aubree - posted on 08/10/2009

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Ive been trying to get it for my daughter as soon as I seen the commercial. It seems great and I figure it wouldn't hurt to try. The only down fall is the price, it's $200 and about $185 on Ebay. I wish it were a little bit cheaper but I'm pretty sure that we're going to get it. have you tried it yet or wondering if you should get it too?

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