Eebee’s Adventures DVD Review & Giveaway
My kids LOVE hand puppets. I remember loving hand puppets as a kid as well! I was really excited to have the opportunity to review the Eebee’s Adventures Puppet and 3 DVDs. They are lots of fun and I love that they’re educational as well. The Parent’s Choice Foundation says this about them, “Much more engaging than typical DVDs aimed at cultivating geniuses, this is a guide for cultivating good parents.”
We received the Eebee hand puppet and my kids LOVE it. This puppet is super soft, colorful, and is fully lined. It’s a 12″ puppet that has hands and a mouth that you can move – making it the ultimate puppet! Both babies and grown ups of all ages will love this huggable, cuddly hand puppet.
The first DVD we received is called “Exploring Real Stuff.” On this DVD, eebee and playmates explore materials and everyday items to find out what they are like. What do they feel like? What sounds do they make? How do they move? Are they heavy or light? What can I do to them? Here are some of the fun adventures you’ll find on this DVD: “Brimming with Ideas sets the adventure among tubs of cereal and grains, adding bowls, scoops, and funnels to enrich the possibilities. In Out of the Box, a paper mountain and a cardboard box encourage infant “science,” “math,” and creative explorations. And different balls, tubes, ramps, blocks and even a tissue box lead eebee and babies to discoveries about rolling, slipping and sliding in On a Roll.”
The second DVD we received is called “All in a Day’s Play.” This DVD is inspired by “the many teachable, unplanned, and unscripted learning moments that fill a baby’s day.” The adventures include the following: Laundry List, an adventure set in and around a laundry basket, features eebee in a world of colors, textures, and language explorations. From peek-a-boo to talking socks, from baby basketball to laundry basket sailboat, the list of ideas to explore can get long (and short, soft, stretchy, and even see-through.) Just You & Me, a collection of mini-adventures, designed for a baby, grown-up and only the most basic materials, demonstrate that babies learn in the simplest situations: figuring out what will happen in game of “elevator” or “airplane;” hearing the same story read different ways; or playing silly games that reinforce social, emotional and cognitive skills.”
The third DVD we received is called “Figuring Things Out.” This DVD is great for toddlers, as it shows clips featuring the child’s new motor skills that support his or her curiosity and interest in making things works. Here are a few clips on the DVD: “Turning a light on and off, tracking a flashlight’s beam, and exploring the magic of playing with shadows are the focus of The Light Bulb Goes On adventure. In Blocks and Tackling Ideas, creating (and crashing!) towers, laying rows, stacking cups and fitting different pieces together lead to a range physical, cognitive, social and creative skill building activities. And in On the Go, a mountain of pillows, and a room full of obstacles to get over, under, around and through set the scene for an adventure that celebrates the ups and downs, ins and outs of getting where and what you want.”
Thanks to eebee’s Adventures, 1 lucky reader will win a set of 3 DVDs, including “Exploring Real Stuff,” “All in a Day’s Play,” and “Figuring Things Out.”
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