As of October 24, there is another Baby Einstein video that can be added to any parent rs"s collection: Baby rs"s First Moves. All the Baby Einsteins focus on a slightly different thing. One focuses on Monet, another on barnyard animals, a third on body parts, one on animals, one on first words, one on Bach, another the sky and stars, and on and on and on. The different videos are geared towards different age groups and all have in mind the goal of teaching your children (as should be evident from their various focuses).
Enough of a preamble. Babyirs"s First Moves focuses on, as you may have guessed by the title, the first movements that a baby makes. The video is geared toward six-month olds and looks specifically at rolling, reaching, clapping, crawling, and walking. The video is divided into sections, at the beginning of which a single movement is given - rolling, for example. Children are then shown doing this one movement, and then toys and animals are shown doing the same thing, and then more children (or slightly different variations on this theme). In between the different moves are various interstitial segments that feature the signature Baby Einstein puppets doing short, amusing skits.
Within the first year of babies lives, their motor skills begin to kick into high gear as they explore ways to physically interact with the world around them. Babys First Moves is a playful celebration of their movement milestones including first steps, clapping, jumping, dancing and more that invites parents and little ones to share these fun-filled experiences together and discover how movement enriches physical strength, builds self confidence and encourages natural curiosity.
Celebrate your child's milestones of movement with this special Baby Einstein release that invites parents and children alike to learn just how those first steps can help build physical strength and self confidence while naturally encouraging curiosity and discovery. From clapping to jumping and even dancing, babies are invited to get moving as puppet shows and colorful imagery play out against an imaginative backdrop of stimulating classical music by Mozart, Bach, and Beethoven. The first year of any child's life is an important time to familiarize them with the new world they live in, and by building physical strength and improving motor skills, children will learn just how fun exploring that new world can be. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi