Baby Einstein: Animal Discovery Cards : Beautiful Nature Photographs and Animal Facts to Delight Your Baby

  • 29 Flash Cards
  • Large, durable cards, just right for Little Hands
  • Each card features “Teaching Tips” that provide examples of things you can say, ask or do with your child as you use the cards
  • Parent guide explaining multiple uses for Discovery Cards
  • Blank cards included, perfect for “personalization” with your child’s favorite toys.

How do fish breathe underwater? Do all birds fly? Why do some animals have fur? Children will learn the answers to these and other questions as they explore, with Pooh, the worlds of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, sea creatures, and insects

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76 of 78 people found the following review helpful:
4.0 out of 5 stars
a wonderful addition to your home, October 30, 2005
This review is from: Baby Einstein: Animal Discovery Cards : Beautiful Nature Photographs and Animal Facts to Delight Your Baby (Cards)

I’m a Baby Einstein disbeliever and the concept of flash cards for infants (box says age 9 mos. and up) makes my skin crawl. But I did buy a pack of these and I’ll tell you why: the photographs are gorgeous. Other than in a picture book, it’s difficult for children to see large clear realistic pictures of many animals. And, in a book format, you’re constantly turning the pages back and forth, possibly tearing them. It’s hard for any book to stand up to the enthusiastic love and need for constant repetition which is so characteristic of a small child. These are wonderful! I ignore the facts printed on the back and use the words on the front to identify animals for my daughter IF she asks. Right now her favorite activities with these cards are sorting through them one at a time and asking me what noises each animal makes, carrying them around in a pile from room to room, and putting them into and out of the box. (she’s 3 1/2) The only reason I am not giving this product 5 stars is because the box isn’t standing up to the wear & tear — the cards are holding up beautifully. I would recommend finding a tin around the house to keep the cards in (we are using a Walker’s shortbread tin from the grocery store). Today we went to see a river otter exhibit because she’s been most interested in the otter card. This product is wonderful, whether you’re into early education for children or not. And I think out of the three sets, this is the best one.

P.S. If you like to know exactly what you’re getting (I always do), here are the animals in this set:

cat – dog – mouse – cow – horse – pig – otter – duck – frog – ladybug – spider – bee – caterpillar – dragonfly – butterfly – rabbit – bird – lion – elephant – giraffe – bear – squirrel – fox – dolphin – reef fish – sea turtle – monkey – tiger – tropical bird

In theory these cards go along with the concepts “taught” in the Baby Dolittle Neighborhood Animals & Wild Animals videos. But, as my own experience shows, you can not even have a TV and still get a lot of use out of these cards. They’re worth the money.

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
5.0 out of 5 stars
We use these cards almost everyday., December 27, 2003
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I love that the cards are made of heavy paper and the pictures are very colorful. We own the whole series and use them almost everyday. The one thing that I did notice is that we seemed to lose them after they would get thrown everywhere. I solved this problem by single hole punching them and then using a binder ring to hold them all together. Now my son and I can just flip through the pictures.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
4.0 out of 5 stars
The pictures are brilliant!, September 3, 2003
This review is from: Baby Einstein: Animal Discovery Cards : Beautiful Nature Photographs and Animal Facts to Delight Your Baby (Cards)

I love these cards! The pictures are great and the information on the back is wonderful. I only wish that the author had put the names of the animals in different languages as she did on the Language Discovery Cards. One small point, I am not sure why she has some broad category animals, such as “dog” and then more specific ones, such as a particular type of fish.

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