eebee’s adventures are designed to engage you and your baby with rich play experiences that provide powerful lessons that memorizing letters, numbers, colors and shapes simply can and do not. Watching and, importantly, “doing” eebee’s adventures will allow you and your baby to see and learn first-hand what happens when you explore a crinkly, crunchy, smooth and bumpy paper mountain or roll, bounce, bop, bang, slide and toss your way around a world of balls and ramps. We know that when your child is playing, she is actively trying to figure things out about objects and people—why did that ball roll and the block slide? How did he do that? Why did that happen?… The questions, theories and solutions just continue to evolve as your child develops and masters a myriad of critical physical, social and intellectual skills—playing and learning about how the world works and he works in it. Every parent can recount a time when their infant headed straight for that curtain to give it a pull; or happily opted to tear the wrapping paper rather then engage with the gift; or tried and tried to get the round peg into the square hole; or simply offered you whatever was in their hand.
eebees Adventures: Reflecting the day to day challenges and discoveries that define a toddler’s world, FIGURING THINGS OUT showcases what can happen when a child’s new found motor skills support her natural curiosity and interest in making things work and achieving goals. Turning a light on and off, tracking a flashlight’s beam, and exploring the magic of playing with shadows are the focus of The Light Bulb Goes On adventure.
This DVD is so catchy for children. I loved how it snapped my boys right into it and they are 3 and 16 months. They pretty much sat through it all which is really good for them. I love how it has so many motor skill like things in it to grasp that area only. Lots of colors and expressions and teaches them how to turn things on and off which we do alot in our everyday life. Plus the mirror teaching and laundry teaching, so many great things to get them in the idea of what us adults do everyday! I likes this DVD and I watched it a few times then handed it off to my neighbor whos daughter is having a baby at 35 which was a surprise to us all. You should buy your kiddos a dvd like one of these if they are in that mocking stage of life, this will help them grasp those things us adults miss teaching kiddos!