MonkiSee Baby's First Words DVD. Babies Learn Their First Words. Early Learning Made Fun.
Baby's First Words Video DVD For Children. With playful poems, lively songs, and lovable monkeys.
Baby's First Words
Volume 1 Baby DVD
Preview Clip of Baby's First Words DVD
Expose your baby to written language, poetry, puppet shows, animals, children and much more with this fun and interactive video.
Baby's First Words Baby DVD helps you to teach your baby to read 40 words. They will learn to read and identify their body parts and other familiar words. Concepts are taught using puppets, children, animals, poetry and more. Set to lively music, including original music, your baby will truly enjoy learning to read.
Baby's First Words is an entertaining way to teach your baby to read. This 30 minute video is full of fun! Your baby will be begging to watch it again and again.
Features a 40 word slide show, used to review the words being taught. Contains valuable Parent Guide to help you get started. Video will auto play if no selection is made.
MonkiSee Baby DVD is a unique video series, designed to teach babies as young as 3 months old how to read. Your child will be introduced to Howie and Skip, brother Howler monkeys from the jungles of Belize. Throughout this playful series, Howie is teaching his baby brother, Skip, how to read. Your baby will be reading along with Skip before too long.
Guaranteed to delight babies everywhere. Created by a mother of 6 playful children, this series is full of fun! Staring Howie and Skip
* Format: DVD Video - Color -
* Full Screen
* NTSC Language: English
* Number of discs: 1 DVD
* Release date: July 4, 2008
* Run Time: Approx. 30 minutes
* Intellectual Baby, LLC
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