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Popular gadgets like Sophie the Giraffe, Freddie The Firefly and Tomy's Home'n' Squeak Eggs include breastfeeding inserts, darkening shutters and security shutters.
With the exception of one of the products, all received at least four star ratings and were rated by hundred of clients. "We know that a parent values other parents' views when purchasing a baby, and these best-sellers are highly commended by our customers," says Chris Lindsay, Baby & Amazon Family Manager at Amazon.co.uk.
Diskney is offering million of baby parental Einstein videos rebates.
Baby Einstein's line of video, study cards, book and DVD products, including the spin-offs Baby Mozart, Baby Shakespeare and Baby Galileo, is valued at more than 120 million per year in the UK and USA, representing 90 percent of the baby print industry. However, research has raised doubts about the assertion that such "educational" video for toddlers really do make.
Washington University's research found that 8 to 16 month-old children per lesson watching instructional video were six to eight words less able to understand than other baby users who were not subjected to such video. During the announcement of the survey, the university explicitly referred to Baby Einstein. "Baby video is a confirmation that it is not educational," said Susan Linn, a shrink and head of the team.
Neither of these video or instructional television programs, includes those on the BBC, can compete with or replace infants who talk to and listen to them. "Pippa Smith, Mediamarch's founding member, who is committed to reducing the impact of the newsroom on children, said: "Anyone who has these video clips in the UK should receive the same care and be able to claim a reimbursement.
"Teachers tell teenagers that these DVD's are instructive, but there is proof that screen-based activities are detrimental to developing the mind. But Margaret Morrissey, founding member of the parent's outloud printing group, said the Baby Einstein video was suitable for some kids. "I' m not sure how much most kids are learning from them, but I know it's not garbage and I don't think they're doing any harm," she said.