I am always looking for DVDs and toys that can help in the ladybugs development, so she can be entertained, but also so that she can learn something at the same time.
There is a DVD series called Eebees adventures , and I have to say that both the ladybug and I love the little guy’s DVD’S . It is a fun way to learn and eebee is the perfect guide for this learning adventure.
I was very surprised that the ladybug sat down to watch the eebee’s DVD’S from the minute I put them on TV and she is a tough customer, she will not watch any shows, and it getting more difficult to find things that holds her attention, but that is one thing Eebee does! She will watch the whole DVD and will even try to mimic some of the thing eebee does.
I think that she identifies with eebee, since he is a little one himself. eebee's adventures are designed to engage you and your baby with rich play experiences that provide powerful lessons that memorizing letters, numbers, colors, and shapes simply cannot do.
Watching and, importantly, “doing” Eebee's adventures will allow you and your baby to see and learn first-hand what happens when you explore a crinkly, crunchy, smooth and bumpy paper mountain or roll, bounce, bop, bang, slide and toss your way around a world of balls and ramps.
eebee’s adventures are:
They focus on behaviors—what babies and toddlers can and want to do— while offering practical and playful insights and ideas for how and when parents can join the act.
Learning is an active process, requiring significantly more involvement than looking at pictures.
They recognize the critical role parents play in their child’s development as the first teacher, coach and play partner and feature grown-ups across the landscape of each of Eebee’s adventures.
Every child’s learning career requires people to shape it. Objects, in and of themselves, will not do the trick. Humor, warmth and love go a long way, too.
They support and enhance early language development and communication skills by integrating research-based techniques such as scaffolding, repetition, showing people when they speak in the context about which they are speaking.
By around the age of 12 months, babies understand—and respond to--vastly more language than they are able to produce. For them to learn it, they need to hear it and know to who/what it’s referring. While a picture is worth a thousand words, hearing language in context will help a baby to begin to name the world.
They use sound and a wide range of music to cue salient information as well as encourage active movement—providing both large and small motor exercise opportunities.
The Mozart effect has never been studied with young children. No amount of listening exclusively to Mozart or other classical music is going to increase a baby’s brain capacity. It is beautiful, and should be played for that reason alone! Babies respond to a wide range of music, especially the kind that makes them dance, is “choreographed” to what they are looking at or, simply suits their mood.
They present a world that is readily understood by young children and adults—one that is filled with the real objects, actions and interactions that intrigue and compel babies, from playing with blocks and balls to “creating” with pudding or water.
Watching swimming dolphins, flickering candles, and galloping horses, despite their beauty and ability to mesmerize, provides little to no opportunity for any meaningful learning. There is no context in these situations, and very little that a baby will recognize or be able to relate to his prior experiences or his knowledge about his world. Young children are very concrete and very ego-centric. ”Teachable moments” begin in the child’s world.
They move at a gentle pace and use research-proven techniques that help a baby to grasp the essence of each adventure.
Knowledge requires experience, focus, and sometimes a little guidance.
They are visually designed to help the baby focus on the important actions and interactions they are observing.
The whole is bigger than the sum of its parts, but you need to see the parts to understand the whole.
They present games and activities using materials that are readily found around the home or in the child’s room and are organized as a collection of brief 10 minute "adventures", providing parents with a convenient place to stop the video.
When Eebee’s adventures are over, the baby’s adventures continue.
From my point of view , Eebee’s adventures are just what I need to help my little one in her development , they are fun , his activities are real activities, so your baby can go ahead and do them as well!
Eebee’s adventures is one piece that you will not regret having in your collection.
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