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Sunday, August 23, 2009

eebee's adventures *Review*

Have you heard the buzz about eebee?

eebee is an adorable 'puppet' who will become your youngsters new best friend. Jillian was so excited to view the DVDs which we were sent to review.

eebee's adventures are designed to engage you and your baby with rich play experiences that provide powerful lessons that memorizing letters, numbers, colours, and shapes simply can and do not.

Watching and importantly, doing eebee's adventures will allow you and your baby to see and learn first-hand what happens when you explore a crinkly, crunchy, smooth and bumpy paper mountain or roll, bounce, bop, bang, slide and toss your way around a world of balls and ramps.

We packed up the van and went to the cottage for two weeks, tucked away for the trip was also three eebee DVDs.

When we viewed the DVDs they were instantly a hit. Jillian wasn't the only member of the family who enjoyed the DVDs, Matthew did as well.

eebee is a sweet little puppet who is a 'baby'. eebee and his mommy play together with everyday items, finding the fun in the simple things in life. These same simple things are learning experiences in a young child's world.

I have seen my children glued to the television screen many times before, but this time I was pleased that the DVD kept their attention so well. The colours are bright and the set is simple. Both, a perfect combination to keep a young child tuned in. The skits are just the right length, eebee develops the theme well and keeps the child interested. As you are watching the skits you (as the parent) also are given some tips on how to keep the learning going.

In my opinion, the best part of eebee's adventures is the catchy music. My children are always wandering around singing eebee baby I love you.

I would be the first one to recommend eebee's adventures to any Mom. eebee is a wonderful learning tool, and entertaining too. Watching these DVDs with your child is an awesome bonding experience.

Visit eebee's adventures, they have a great
parent information section, as well, this is your one stop shop for all things eebee related.


Thank you to eebee's adventures for allowing us to review these DVDs.
The opinions are expressed are my own, please use your own judgement when making purchases and allowing your children to watch DVDs.


blueviolet said...

It sounds really cute, Pam! Music can make or break it. I'm glad to hear it has catchy music!

Nancy said...

Hm, that looks cute but arent babies NOT supposed to watch TV until over age 2? I know Jillian is 3 but the picture up there shows a baby and I'm not sure that babies should be watching any tv at all. But anyway, for older kids I'm sure its fine. Feel free to delete my comment if it doesnt work for your advertisers etc, I wont be upset about it...

Jane In The Jungle said...

That last pic is Adorable!!!!
Thanks for the review.

Audrey said...

Cool! Now if only I had little boys. Ok - maybe not - prefer my teenagers. LOL
There are so many wonderful children's learning tools now that I wish had been around when the boys were little. Though I still think spending time with Mom and/or Dad and playing outside is better than sitting in front of the tv or computer.

Randi Troxell said...

this sounds very cool!

Teresa @ Grammy Girlfriend said...

I have 4 little grandsons and this sounds so neat.....Thanks for sharing..