Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Disney's Little Einsteins - Our Big Huge Adventure|
Actors: Piers Stubbs, Erica Huang, Aiden Pompey, Jesse Schwartz, Natalia Wojcik
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Educational, Animation
Get ready to blast off with the premiere of DISNEY'S LITTLE EINSTEINS(TM)! Created by Disney and the award-winning Baby Einstein Company, this all-new movie will take your child on a thrilling musical adventure in the real... more »
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Chasidy H. from GREENWEL SPGS, LA
Reviewed on 11/25/2011...
0 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Tobreth H. from SAN JOSE, CA
Reviewed on 6/11/2011...
My three year old loves to watch this. Not as big a hit with the older two so not watched as often as some others might be.
Laureen A. (SgtSlum) from TAYLORSVILLE, NC
Reviewed on 6/18/2010...
My son is not the typical child. We don't have cable so he is not exposed to TV like most. This DVD was no different. He watched only about 5 -10 minutes of it and then took off. I think he only lasted that long because he was having milk. I don't think it's a bad DVD though. It looked cool enough. He like the rocket. I liked the music notes they touched while flying to make a song. I think if a kid is used to watching TV then this DVD would be okay. Just not right for us.
0 of 3 member(s) found this review helpful.
Little Einstein's-- They've got my kids yelling 'Alegro'
Pam Tee | 11/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you are not familiar with the Little Einstein series, you really should take a look. Not like alot of Disney's other banal TV productions, this show really has merits.
I mean how can you not like a show that has your children yelling staccato and legato, adagio and allegro. And knowing what these terms mean!
Children are taught that music has `layers' and that the musical `themes' can be representative of a particular character or action. For example, a crescendo may help the sun rise, or a wave get bigger.
In addition, children are introduced to fine art, architecture, and landmarks from around the world. Examples (not necessarily from this video) include works from Gaughan, Monet, the Seattle Space Needle, the Great Sphynx, Antartica, the Great Wall of China....
Five Stars. A wonderful introduction to fine art and classical music that 'sticks' with young children. The stories combine fun, kid adventures and elements of music and art in a way that seems very natural and memorable.
Plot for this video:
For their first mission, Annie, Leo, Quincy, June and Rocket help a little caterpillar become a beautiful Monarch butterfly.
Music: Beethoven's 9th Symphony.
Artist: Van Gogh, Monet, Hokusai
Real-world destinations: New York City, Oklahoma, and Texas."
Excellent!! Make more pleeeease!
Momto4athome | Wherever the Army sends us | 12/18/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"No need for me to repeat what others have said. If your babies love the Baby Einstein series and have outgrown it then they will love this. My 2 y.o. daughter loooooved the Einstein videos and now she loves this. She adores the show and screams when she can't watch it. It is so wonderful how they introduce a composer and artist of the day. This is truly an educational show in a more genuine way than many of the others that claim to be. Unfortunately this is the one and only Little Einsteins available for sale. My daughter has watched it already 20 times at least. The tv show comes on twice a day here but I think we've seen all of them. I was dissappointed they did not have any Little Einstein toys or videos out for Christmas as it is what my daughter wants the most!"
Just as great as orinigal Baby Einstein
Mads | Oceanside, CA | 10/27/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"My 15 month old is a huge fan of the whole Baby Einstein series, and loves all the DVD's and musical CD's that he's been watching since he was a few months old. Little Einsteins is a great transition for toddlers. It's playful and fun, but is also educational and continues the BE classical music and art theme. The talking and interaction with the watcher is also great, and more advanced than the original BE videos. If your child is an Einstein fan, or you want to get your older kid into a great education cartoon - this is it."