A whimsical introduction to the body for your baby! — -- Encourages baby to identify their eyes, ears, hands, feet and more — -- Exposes little ones to words in English, Spanish and French — From the day their eyes open, babi... more »es begin to observe new things around the world and about themselves. Baby Da Vinci From Head to Toe presents them with a playful and interactive introduction to the human body in three languages -- English, Spanish, and French. With a whimsical blend of adorable puppets, real children and animals and famous works of art, this captivating program also features upbeat classical music. Plus, engaging sing-along versions of "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes" invite you and your little one to join in at home. It's a fun, fascinating way to share the joy of discovery -- from the ends of wee noses to the tips of tiny toes -- with your baby!
Heidi M. from FLORISSANT, MO Reviewed on 2/8/2014...
My daughter loves this. It goes through all the main body parts using video, animation, and puppets.
Sara D. (saradow) from PHENIX CITY, AL Reviewed on 6/4/2011...
We own ten of the Baby Einstein dvd's and this is one of our top 3 favorites! Our six month old is transfixed by it. Highly entertaining with tons of footage of little ones and some cute puppet sequences. Five stars for sure.
Sheila O. (fairydust) from EATON, OH Reviewed on 3/18/2011...
grandkids love it
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Doris K. from HOWELL, MI Reviewed on 9/11/2010...
Thuis is our baby's favorite of all the Einstein DVDS. She loves the puppets. It's educational and so entertaining. A must have.
A complete and total hit!
Phoebe | Midwest | 10/12/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My first experience with Baby Einstein videos was almost four years ago with my first daughter. Who screamed every time we tried to show her it. I ended up giving it away.
Fast foward to this year. My second daughter, who's 16 months old, has some developmental delays. After chatting with moms of other babies with delays and hearing how much their kids enjoyed Baby Einstein videos, I decided to give it a second chance. After staring at them all at the store, I chose Baby Da Vinci, as it talked about body parts and one of the milestones my daughter hasn't hit yet was the pointing to body parts one.
Well, first viewing - my older daughter, who just turned four, sat down and watched it. The toddler showed vague interest...until the monkey puppets came on. I thought she wasn't paying attention to it then suddenly heard her laughing hysterically at the monkeys. After a few viewings, she fell in love. Even my older daughter wants to watch the "monkey video" as we call it. My toddler is now waving (something the monkeys do), something we couldn't do after literally months of us encouraging her to wave to us and showing her how to wave. I also notice that she's become more vocal since she first watched this video. (I have noticed she's a huge fan of music, so maybe it has something to do with the music?)
And one other bonus - my toddler was cutting molars and woke up just unconsolable one night. Finally after a half hour of her crying and nothing working, I turned on Baby Da Vinci - as soon as the catapillar came across the screen, she calmed down! Anyone who's ever been up with a really unhappy baby can appreciate that!"
Worst Release Yet
Lance Stone | 08/31/2004
(2 out of 5 stars)
"I have most of the Baby Einstein videos. The last 2 releases are the worst work yet. The latest video, Da Vinci looks like they spend 2 days on it, mastered it, and shipped it out. The bonus materials are a joke. The Puppet show, is a total of 3 x 10 second clips. The DVD plays repeated company branded intros with more plugs to their web site. The original videos were good, and now, it's obvious that it's just a cash cow for Disney/Julie Aigner-Clark, so the value has gone down the tubes. If you are new to these videos, start with the first ones like Mozart, where they actually cared about baby development. I would not recommend buying this new."
J. Fritts | Boiling Springs, SC | 03/26/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"My 7th month old has responded well to all the Baby Einstein videos except this one. He may be a little young, but this video does not have as many puppets as some of the other videos. I am not sure he will like it even when he is older. Some of the videos he loves are Baby Van Gogh, Neighborhood Animals, and Baby Mozart. I would suggest trying some of the other videos."
Thanks again Julie!
C. Cutts | Livermore, Ca. | 08/12/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"My daughter (currently 18 mos) does not watch television, but she has watched 30-90 minutes/day (spread out) of the various videos from the Baby Einstein collection. Now that she is so eager to communicate with us, by husband and I are literally blown away by how much this series has taught her.
The first time she watched Baby da Vinci she was totally into it. Touching her own eyes, ears, etc. and laughing at the puppets.
THANK YOU Baby Einstein for helping my baby laugh and learn, and for teaching me how to teach my baby!