Baby Einstein: Baby Wordsworth First Words – Around the House

Theatrical Release: September 14, 2005
DVD Release: October 1, 2005
Baby Einstein: Baby Wordsworth First Words – Around the House
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Synopsis

“Baby Wordsworth First Words: Around the House” is a playful, interactive introduction to 30 words from around the home. This engaging discovery of language exposes toddlers to familiar objects in the kitchen, playroom, yard, and more. Special guest Marlee Matlin shows us non-verbal communication. Set to the beautiful classical music of Bach, Bizet, Debussy, Greig, and Schubert, “Baby Wordsworth” includes delightful puppet shows and real-world images. Special Features: Repeat play, Language Tracks (Spanish, French, English), Signing with Baby, The alphabet (in sign language), Story Time with Violet’s House, Toy Chest, What will we find, and Puppet shows.

Dove Review

“Baby Einstein” always has great colorful and interesting ways to help you teach your baby new words. They have once again intertwined puppets, real action, animation and classical music to introduce your toddler to the familiar words around your home. Your baby will enjoy watching this over and over. Not only will they be able to learn the words in English but in American Sign Language and also in French and Spanish. Even at my age I have been taught new things by watching this DVD, and you might experience the same as you watch with your little ones.

Content Description

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Info

Company: Baby Einstein Company, LLC
Producer: Rashmi Turner
Genre: Children
Runtime: 39 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe