Set of 9 Brainy Baby DVDs Was £161.91 now £38.86 Saving £123.05 (76%) @whsmith - HotUKDeals
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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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#1
Some say children under 3 should not watch any TV. Do some research before putting a 6 month old in front of a TV or computer.
#2
I am not qualified to offer an opinion on minimum age for watching TV, but solely on price this is a great post.
Just the "Left Brain" and "Right Brain" BB DVDs are rarely seen for under £15 each.
Hot for the deal.
Questionable for the context.
#3
Ordering ours now - heat!:thumbsup:
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Just a personal opinion, and have a fairly clever 2 year old lad
I think everything in moderation is fine - we have / had similar DVDs for our boy and as long as they don't get used as "babysitters" then TV/DVDs are great - especially where learning is concerned. But it's all about balance IMO - spending time reading with / playing with / interacting with are obviously the most important things with a baby - but unless you are Superman / Superwoman you can't do this 24 hours 7 days a week. Our boy; with similar DVDs/TV shows and a shed load of input from Mum and Dad can now count/recognise all letters and numbers / colours/shapes etc etc. I don't think he would be able to do so with just these DVDs but nor do I think he would be as succesful with only his parents input. So, like I say, in moderation and balance is great; oh and he enjoys them as well and afterall, having fun at that age is the best
#5
andywedge
he enjoys them as well and afterall, having fun at that age is the best


I'd agree with that - if the kids enjoy them then they're OK. if the kids don't like 'em then don't kid yourself that they're useful.

My kids are too old now for this kind of thing but I didn't buy anything similar partly because of the ridiculous prices (£15 for a kid's DVD when they're too young to choose for themselves!! The most fun my kids had at that age was with wrapping paper, empty boxes and all the kitchen pans upside down on the floor and a spoon to bang them - all free!!) but mostly because i object to this kind of b*llsh*t pseudo-sciencey marketing. I wouldn't want them lying around the house for an older kid to read and believe the garbage claims on the DVD case.
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Thanks ianshona! This deal has been included in Playpennies, our new HUKD blog!

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#7
andywedge
Just a personal opinion, and have a fairly clever 2 year old lad
I think everything in moderation is fine - we have / had similar DVDs for our boy and as long as they don't get used as "babysitters" then TV/DVDs are great - especially where learning is concerned. But it's all about balance IMO - spending time reading with / playing with / interacting with are obviously the most important things with a baby - but unless you are Superman / Superwoman you can't do this 24 hours 7 days a week. Our boy; with similar DVDs/TV shows and a shed load of input from Mum and Dad can now count/recognise all letters and numbers / colours/shapes etc etc. I don't think he would be able to do so with just these DVDs but nor do I think he would be as succesful with only his parents input. So, like I say, in moderation and balance is great; oh and he enjoys them as well and afterall, having fun at that age is the best


Agree, My son has learnt alot from watching tv programmes shapes/colours/words. Everything in moderation. Although i dont think i would put a 6month old infront of tv to watch DVD probs start at 12months.

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