Your Child Can Read! is the follow-up series to Your Baby Can Read! - If your child is between the ages of 3 months and 5 years, they should begin with the Your Baby Can Read! program. Includes 5 Your Child Can Read DVDs and Sliding Phonics Cards. This series was designed by Dr. Titzer to teach “fast reading” and phonics.
Mon bébé sait lire est un programme de développement précoce du langage qui associe des approches visuelles, sonores et interactives. Cette technique permet un apprentissage facile et naturel du langage et de la lecture à votre enfant. Vous lui donnerez les outils nécessaires pour favoriser une communication accrue, une facilité d'apprendre et une plus grande confiance en soi. Includes Volumes 1, 2, and 3 of the YBCR DVDs in French. This is a great way to introduce babies, toddlers, or older children to French. Ideally, babies and toddlers would watch YBCR in English and YBCR in French. If you are an English speaker who wants to introduce French, you may want to show your baby the English version about two thirds of the time and the French version about one third of the time. If you are a native English speaker trying to help your child become bilingual, then you may show YBCR in French more than you show YBCR in English. Ages 3 months to 7 years (for second language learners this is appropriate for older children). Contains 3 DVDs of Your Baby Can Read in French.
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Introduces approximately 50 new words in the program. Ages 3 months to 5 years.
Introduces about 40 new words in the program and combines some words into two- and three-word phrases. 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.
Includes all 5 of the ORIGINAL YBCR DVDs. The DVDs are labeled Starter, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3, and Review. 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.Learn More | Add to Wishlist | Add to Compare