eebee is having adventures and your babies are invited to play along. Watch eebee learn shapes, colors, shadows, how to climb and how to play peek-a-boo.
eebee is not meant to be a babysitter for your children and that is my favorite part about eebee. eebee’s adventures are engaging for parents. If you are a first time parent and have no idea what to do with this new thing that is starting to crawl and need more than food and sleep. You are not alone. I was there. I had to take my daughter to Gymboree because I had no idea what to do with her. As our family grew though, Gymboree became too expensive. All I needed was something like eebee to show me what to do with my child.
So while your child is captivated by eebee, you can learn what to do with your own child. Another thing you can do is if you have pillows, blankets, flash lights, or whatever eebee is playing with and learning about, get your props out and get the hands on going. From the crawling stage/6 months babies are now known as “doers”. They need to stay busy. My son is a year old and he is still a dooer.
Babies will instinctively:
- Take initiative and act on their natural curiosity
- Make clear choices among different materials and experiences
- Vary their strategies and try different approaches
- Persist at a goal and stick to a task
- Share their discoveries and seek social interaction
The three DVD’s are 17.95 each or you can do the eebee threebee for 48.45.
Each of the first three 30-minute DVDs, EXPLORING REAL STUFF, ALL IN A DAY’S PLAY,and FIGURING THINGS OUT includes three 10-minute adventures, original music and songs, and “play-by-play” commentary by and interviews with developmental experts.
EXPLORING REAL STUFF is for ages 6 months and up and kept Mile’s attention. My daughter whom is 12 watched FIGURING THINGS OUT twice and was ready to move on. She left Miles and I to Explore on our own or together I should say. So while exploring your children will learn about cause and effect. On Figuring Things Out your child can learn about climbing a wall of pillows and getting a ball and about turning lights on and off. ALL IN A DAY’S PLAY is about exploring textures and sounds.
At eebee’s shop you can find toys, books, and all the accessories you need to help you play with your child. Something like the eebee bowling on the left. Your child will have textures, and a ball. Your child will learn cause and effect, and have lots of chew toys for teething.
Because my children will not be watching these very often, I find it a waste for me to keep the review copies. I would like to give them away, so as long as you are ok with getting DVD’s that have only been viewed maybe three times then they are yours for the taking. This is part of the pay it forward movement. (give to others)
To Enter: Visit eebee and tell me something that your child would enjoy playing with.
Subscribe to my blog
Follow me on twitter tell me your twitter ID
Blog about the giveaway for three extra entries
Advertise on my EC for three extra entries
Tweet the giveaway
Add my button to your blog/blog roll
Leave a comment for every entry and the giveaway ends April 19.