Baby Babble – Speech-Enhancing DVD for Babies and Toddlers

January 11, 2014 - Comment

Baby Babble (TM) – Speech Enhancing DVD is a captivating experience that exposes babies and toddlers to age-specific sounds and words. Little ones will love the simple sign language, amusing facial exercises, and beginning speech sounds and words while colorful toys and carefully arranged music stimulate their imagination. Parents will learn how to encourage speech

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Baby Babble (TM) – Speech Enhancing DVD is a captivating experience that exposes babies and toddlers to age-specific sounds and words. Little ones will love the simple sign language, amusing facial exercises, and beginning speech sounds and words while colorful toys and carefully arranged music stimulate their imagination. Parents will learn how to encourage speech and language at home in an educational tutorial designed by pediatric speech therapists. The first video of its kind, Baby Babble(TM) combines playful, enriching experiences with clinically-inspired speech and language techniques. This video is perfect for beginning babblers through late talkers.

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Eileen Moore says:

A speech development DVD that works I’m the mother of a 3.5 year old boy who sits on the spectrum. My son’s new speech therapist lent me a copy of Baby Babble to watch with my LO. After two months of using it here are my thoughts:Pros:* Focus on lip movement. My son seems to really pay attention to the therapists’ mouths as they coo out sounds/words.* The simple sounds make it easy for my son to repeat them.* Good rhythm. Just enough breaks to stop his frustration, but not too many that he gets distracted.Cons:* Really dated. I think this video was originally produced for VHS, it certainly feels that way. The producers should consider releasing an updated version with better sounds and graphics.In addition to Baby Babble, here are some other videos that have been really helpful for my son’s speech and language:* : Great for letters and their sounds. I…

COmomof2 says:

Focuses on speech and communication. I think that this video is different from other videos such as Baby Einstein, Brainy Baby, etc. because it focuses on speech and communication rather than language. What I mean by that is that our other videos seem to just throw out a bunch of words and hope that kids pick them up. Instead, this video takes fun sounds from toys, forms them into simple vowel and consonant sounds, and then shows how to make the sounds. So, for example, it takes a fire engine sound, transitions the sound into a narrator saying ah-ah-ah, e-oo-e-oo-e-oo, and then later shows the narrator’s mouth making the vowel sounds. My son picked up the sounds before he started saying the words. I noticed that the words that the video uses are simpler than other videos use, words like ball, up, and down. They are the words that a child would commonly say first in speech development. Also, my son picked up a couple of signs from the video. Even though he can’t say “eat” yet, he now signs “eat” instead of feeling like…

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