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Getting started is as easy as ABC! The award winning Your Baby Can Read! Early Language Development System incorporates multi-sensory learning techniques popular with families all around the world! What Makes Your Baby Can Read!® So Special? A baby's brain thrives on stimulation and develops at a phenomenal pace...nearly 90% during the first five years of life! The best and easiest time to learn a language is during the infant and toddler years...when the brain is creating thousands of synapses, or connections, allowing a child to learn both the written word and spoken word simultaneously. Seize this window of opportunity to enhance your child's learning ability with the Your Baby Can Read! Early Language Development System. The Your Baby Can Read! kit provides you with the tools to unlock your child's reading potential. The kit includes: ? Your Baby Can Read! 4-Level DVD Reading System - These fun, interactive videos will keep your baby learning and entertained! ? 4 Sets of Sliding Words Cards - The read & play cards accompany each level and reinforce what your child has learned. ? 4 Lift-a-Flap Books - The word and picture books accompany each level and introduce familiar words from the DVDs in a new format. ? Parent's Guide - Provides easy step-by-step instructions to the Your Baby Can Read! Program. ? Early Learning Workshop DVD - Dr. Titzer shares his secrets for a fun, multi-sensory approach to early language development
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