Baby Math: Numeracy

Theatrical Release: April 28, 2003
DVD Release: April 28, 2003
Baby Math: Numeracy
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Synopsis

“Numeracy,” the first video of the multi-volume Baby Math series, gives your child a head start in Math. By providing exposure to fundamental math concepts and skills, Baby Math helps to strengthen Math aptitude. Numeracy isn’t about counting, it’s about math. Numeracy is based on research that shows that infants are capable of responding to visual and auditory quantity variations as early as 2 months of age. Numeracy introduces the concept that numbers relate to and define quantity. Numeracy introduces and reinforces the concept that quantity is a characteristic independent of counting order or special arrangement, and is independent of the item being counted.

Dove Review

This is an amazing teaching tool that combines the numbers one through five with counting sequences. Each number is shown over and over again with a different correlation each time. The number one is followed by “one honk” and then “one clap” and so on, for each number. “Baby Math: Numeracy” is an excellent way to introduce math and numbers to your child, and the way that it is presented makes the child want to watch the video for the fun and excitement of it, not just for the mere fact that he or she is learning a lot at the same time.

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Info

Company: Baby Bumble Bee
Director: Karin Gustafson
Genre: Children
Runtime: 30 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Kadie Lukens