$7.95 for a set of five double-sided sliding cards. Ages 3 months to 5 years.
Note: You can purchase this set of Sliding Word and Picture Cards with the Volume 4 DVD. It is under the DVD/Card sets under Packages. It is called YOUR BABY CAN READ! VOLUME 4 DVD AND SLIDING WORD CARD SET.
Six small board books made for little hands, with sliding words and pictures; Organized by topic: Kitchen, Bedroom, Bathroom, Home, Garden, and Play. Ages 3 months to 5 years.
Regular Price: $19.95
Special Price: $14.95
Includes 1 DVD, 1 set of the sliding double-sided word & picture cards, 1 wipe-clean word card and 1 erasable, non-toxic pen. Ages 3 months to 5 years.
Regular Price: $20.90
Special Price: $17.95
Introduces approximately 50 new words in the program. Aleka Titzer does the opening "hi" segments. While the videos are 10 to 15 years old, babies and toddlers today still love their simplicity. Most of the video segments are different from the newer DVDs making this a good choice for parents who are replacing a DVD. Ages 3 months to 5 years.
Your Child Can Speak! Spanish (5 YBCR DVDs, 1 set of Sliding Cards and 52 Word Cards in Spanish, plus a parents' guide in English/Spanish.)
Regular Price: $59.95
Special Price: $49.95
The program is recommended for ages 3 months to 7 years. It is designed to introduce babies to Spanish using the Your Baby Can Read DVDs and one set of sliding word cards. Includes 5 DVDs, one set of 5 double-sided sliding cards, 52 game cards, and a parents’ guide. This is a good way to introduce children up to age 7 to Spanish primarily using the YBCR DVDs. If you are an English speaker who wants to introduce Spanish, you may want to show your baby the English version about 2/3s of the time and Spanish version 1/3 of the time. Ages 3 months to 7 years.Learn More | Add to Wishlist | Add to Compare
Regular Price: $54.95
Special Price: $44.95
Includes Volumes 1, 2, 3, and 4 of Your Baby Can Read on two discs. The video images are from the Original YBCR DVDs. For babies learning English and Vietnamese, you could alternate between watching in English and Vietnamese. Some parents may want to introduce their babies to Vietnamese. It is a tonal language where pitch is very important. Additionally, it is a nearly perfect phonetic language since the Latin characters were added to an existing spoken languages. It should be easier to figure out phonics in Vietnamese because of the phonetic consistency of the written language. Parents who just want to expose their babies or young children to other languages early in life may want to show YBCR in Vietnamese once or twice a week in addition to showing YBCR in English and other languages. Ages 3 months to 5 years (although older children learning a second language would also benefit)Learn More | Add to Wishlist | Add to Compare