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Set of 9 Brainy Baby DVDs (80% OFF RRP!) - £32.37 @ WHSmith

£32.37 @ WH Smith
Found this in the WHSmith Clearance Sale - RRP is £161.91 (not that I'm suggesting they've ever been sold for that!) and the offer includes free delivery :-) This collection of DVDs are aimed to he… Read More
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Found this in the WHSmith Clearance Sale - RRP is £161.91 (not that I'm suggesting they've ever been sold for that!) and the offer includes free delivery :-)

This collection of DVDs are aimed to help stimulate cognitive development and give your child a jump start on learning and provide a solid foundation in early education. The DVDs are suitable for children ages 6months and up and is a complete collection that grows with your child up to the age of 5. The nine titles are; Left Brain - Logical Thinking, Right Brain - Creative Thinking, Peek-A-Boo - Creative Exploration, Laugh & Learn - Learning and Discovery, Animals, Shapes & Colours, Music, 123's and ABC's. Each DVD is aimed at teaching your child a new topic in a variety of ways including a 45 minute video with other children playing and learning with brightly coloured objects to develop cognitive skills and spatial reasoning. Other features include scene selections, baby bloopers, and fun learning activities.
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http://www.thatcuteage.com/s72p1-Brainy-Baby

check out this site they are sold seperate and are £14.67 each.

good deal but not sure if I will be insulting my friend if I buy them for her baby.:oops:
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These sort of things really annoy me, most parents (myself included) put their kids in front of the TV once in a while for a bit of piece and quiet, but any company that actually aims 'educational' DVDs at 6 month olds is just plain wrong in my opinion. There are so many studies that prove that interacting with people and playing are far more effective ways of learning.

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