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Born from the belief that the future belongs to the curious, Baby Einstein helps parents cultivate curiosity — within their children and themselves. 'One recent study found children who watched educational DVDs between the ages of seven months and 66 months knew fewer words and phrases than their peers. I have no special talents. Parents are given the idea that these DVDs are educational but there is evidence to show that screenbased activity is bad for the brain. Each hour they watched per day equated to six fewer words in their vocabulary. Please turn it on so that you can experience the full capabilities of this site.
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Baby Einstein: The DVDs cost £68 and are popular with parents keen to boost their toddlers' IQs ahead of starting schoolThe pledge applies only to North America but British campaigners are calling for a similar deal for parents in the UK. I am only passionately curious.
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Disney dropped the word 'educational' from its Baby Einstein marketing in 7556.