The Best of the Best Baby Reading Program Vedios!
Lily Liu | Maryland, USA | 09/03/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The bumble bee "Vocabulary Builder 1-5" videos are excellent. They helped my 18-mon son to speak and read greatly. Every word is so well illustrated in the vedio! The best part of them: My son loves these videos so madly and therefoer learned words from them so quickly!!! There are about 20 words in each vedio.
And the "Vocabulary Builder 1-3" have 5 multilanguage that you can choose: English, French, Spanish, German, and Japanese. That is 5-in-1 that can save you lots of money. They also have other extra benefits features such as "sign language" and "Question & answer"!
The "Motorized Madness" is also good, it has 10 machines such as "airplane, bulldozer, dump truck, backhoe loader, helicopter, bucket truck, boat, motlecycle, fire truck, and bus." It also explains each part of the machine, like the wings, propellers, engine, cab...
The baby bumble bee surely produce the best of the best infant and kids reading program vedios in the market--as good as Dr. Titzer's "Your baby can read 1-5" DVDs and Dr. Glenn Dorman's "How to teach your baby to read" book.
I love baby bumble bee's "Opposites", "Motorize", "Actions words 1-3" and "vocabulary builders 1-5" the most. Highly recommended!
It has issues
JMD | Swampscott, MA | 12/03/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I have the first three videos in the series; this one by far has the worst music, which sounds like a small thing, but over the span of a half hour it is annoying. The way the videos are structured could be better. For example - I should not have to wait through the intro (you can't forward through it) to get to a point where I can hit play. And on the DVD containers, they should list the words that are covered in that particular video."
This may further the development delay.
eDee Bruns | At Home | 03/01/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Baby Bumbling is a failed attempt to copy Baby Einstein. Most children cried when I popped it in and those who did not cry and hide were not engaged in anyway.
If you want to communicate with your child I suggest Signing Time. Children as young as 13 months learned to Speak, Sign & even READ using Signing Time. They were engaged the entire time and the benefits were visible from day 1!
Baby Bumble is a bad investment, our copies (vol. 1 & 2) pretty much went from mail box to trash basket."