The Your Baby Can Speak German product includes two programs designed to help introduce infants and children to language skills in a fun way! The Lyric Language program includes 21 bilingual music videos in German and English with lyrics shown on the screen, a 70-minute audio CD, and an Activity Book with song lyrics and stickers. The Hear Say program includes a 70-minute animated DVD & CD with printable flash cards and is focused on 200 vocabulary words. It is better to wait to use these DVDs once your baby or toddler can read in English since the words are on the screen in sentences. It is great to allow your baby to hear other languages very early in life so the CDs are appropriate for very young babies as well as older children. You can play the CDs when you are in the car or while you are playing with your child.
Introduces approximately 30 new words in the program. Ages 3 months to 5 years.
$7.95 for a set of five double-sided sliding cards. Ages 3 months to 5 years.
TU BEBÉ PUEDE LEER! CORE KIT LATIN AMERICAN SPANISH (THIS HAS 5 YBCR DVDS, 5 SETS OF SLIDING CARDS, AND INSTRUCTIONS IN SPANISH.)
Includes volumes 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 of the YBCR DVDs in Spanish, 5 sets of the sliding double-sided word & picture cards in Spanish. BONUS: also includes the Parents’ Guide in Spanish, Dr. Titzer's Early Learning Workshop DVD in Spanish and an audio CD of the programs songs in Spanish. This is a way to introduce babies to Spanish who are using YBCR in English. Ages 3 months to 5 years. 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 the Spanish version 1/3 of the time. Ages 3 months to 7 years.
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