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Your Baby Can Read DVD

Your Baby Can Read: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?


Think your kid could be the next Einstein? Your Baby Can Read certainly makes you think there's potential for it. If mommy lets her tots watch Saturday morning cartoons, she's most likely seen the infomercials for the early language development system. The DVD and flashcard program has moms across America pondering a $15 trial that appears to have 18-month-old children rattling off words and full sentences. Home videos (like the one above) can make a believer out of a skeptic but does it do enough to make mommy pick up the phone and place an order?

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KAEB06 KAEB06 6 years
We have the program and it actually works! It is more than just memorizing sight words and has helped my son in a lot of other academic areas.
aliumer22 aliumer22 6 years
hi aliumer plz friend ok plz
aliumer22 aliumer22 6 years
hi aliumer plz friend ok plz
lickety-split lickety-split 6 years
why would you want your baby to read? this is one of those parlor tricks that are really pointless. the child memorizes the card (sight reading) and tells the mom what they say. how often will a baby be called on to read other than to show off?
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