Baby’s Best Start lays the foundation with spoken English learned through developmental activities, songs and rhymes for infants ages 3 months to 2 years.
Babies Best Start teaches your baby English as a mother tongue through 24 original songs with different rhythms and styles from around the world.
This 7 in 1 course promotes parent/child bonding. Babies learn: English, social development, pre-reading skills, music and rhythm, brain development, baby signs and physical development. Parents also learn practical early child education facts to enhance their parenting skills.
Children ages 15 months to 3 years learn spoken English through lots of playful rhymes and 28 original songs with musical styles from around the world.
Children ages 15 months to 3 years learn spoken English through playful rhymes and 28 original songs with musical styles from around the world. Filled with classroom conversations, fun learning activities and games, Toddler’s Best Start teaches fascinating encyclopaedic knowledge, develops fine and gross motor skills and encourages early mathematical thinking. Additionally, the course offers optional early reading activities
It’s a Baby Dragon is a joyful, musical introduction to English. Children learn to speak easily and naturally while learning to speak their mother tongue.
For young learners ages 2 to 4 years, It’s a Baby Dragon is a joyful, musical introduction to English. In an enchanting animated series, Sam, the prince, Fluffy, the cat and Didi, the dragon playfully introduce basic English. Through repeated hearing, positive reinforcement and lively interaction, children learn to speak easily and naturally just as they learn their mother tongue. Early reading is an optional feature of this course.
It’s a Baby Dragon is appropriate as both a beginner’s course for new toddler students or as a follow-up course to children who have completed Baby’s Best Start or Toddler’s Best Start.
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