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Designed by internationally recognized specialists in
Infant Sensory Development.
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is a unique video "picture and sound book" developed by
Drs. Marshall Haith and Naomi Wentworth, leading specialists in infant
sensory development. It is a culmination of 35 years of research into
how babies respond to moving objects and their related sounds. The
dynamic images in this video entertain babies and engage their developing
visual and auditory skills. This 30-minute tape consists of 27
computer-animated visual and auditory vignettes based on principles of
- Sensory Stimulation
- Visual Tracking
- Formation of Visual and Auditory Expectations
- Sound and Sight Relations
Hours of fun
for baby and parents.
provides hours of fun for you and your baby as he or she explores
the world of sight and sound.
For ages 0-12 months.
first VHS video cassette designed to enhance baby's discovery of
sights and sounds.
Entertaining visuals, soothing music and related sound effects
appeal to and gently stimulate your child's natural sensory abilities.
- Format: VHS video cassette
- Length: 30-minutes
- For ages birth through 12 months
- 30-day money-back guarantee
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