Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Brainy Baby Music|
Genres: Kids & Family
Rhythm, tempo, harmony and pitch are just some of the musical basics that are presented in this DVD. Toe-tapping sing-alongs and colorful animations will get children moving to the music. This program is crafted with a cre... more »
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maxxsmommy | 01/13/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"As usual, my kids LOVE this latest Brainy Baby product. It has terrific songs, darling kids, and best of all, it actually teaches them about Music! The "rhythm" example with kids walking, running, skipping, etc. to different beats is so cute - my 2 yr old always jumps up & down and laughs out loud! And the surprisingly beautiful sounds of a barbershop quartet (teaching about harmony, tempo, etc.) literally make my kids stop what ever they're doing and listen in fascination.
I highly recommend it - your child will love it, too!"
A bit advanced for a 2yr old
A. Anderson | Indianapolis, Indiana United States | 10/02/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"My 2.5yr old son owns almost all of the Brainy Baby DVDs (he's got 10 of them) so when I saw this DVD and read the positive reviews I bought it and Brainy Baby Art. When we received it I sat my son down and watched it with him. He just was NOT interested in this video. After a few minutes he went off and started playing with his toys. At 2 he's not interested in knowing wind instruments, string instruments, quartets, harmony, etc. My son loves music and he loves making music on his keyboard and he owns alot of musical instruments he loves playing. This video seemed a bit to advanced to be understood by a 2 or 3yr old unless they're gifted. I'm going to put this video up and try it when my son's 3.5 or 4yrs old. If you've got a 2yr old who's interested in music I'd suggest "Blue's Big Musical" wich is more toddler friendly. He LOVES that DVD."
Probably more for a brainy kid
Skylar Hamilton Burris | United States | 01/08/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"The concepts in this DVD are far too advanced for a baby. The film covers subjects such as tempo, rhythm, genres of music, etc., and there is a large amount of narration. For educational purposes, it would probably work best for children ages 3 and up. This is not to say a baby will not take interest in the sounds and images; my one year old enjoyed many sections of the video simply because she likes music and likes watching other children. Other portions were unable to hold her interest, however, and the information was certainly beyond her grasp."
Great choice for musically inclined kids
Kym Brown | Melbourne Australia | 02/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My daughter took to this video from 2.5 years old. Now 3 it is her favourite video - although she loves music. If your child is interested in pianos or music I could not recommend this product highly enough. The little boy singing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star out of tune a bit makes her smile every time. A great mix of information and songs. Would love more Brainy Baby videos for older kids."