Baby Einstein Take With You Tunes Musical Toy Review

 

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The Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical Toy is a perfect budget-friendly option to keep your little one engaged on the go. The fun, classical tunes and gentle lights will not only entertain and hold your baby’s attention but may also help develop more sensory skills. The baby is now 13 months old and still enjoys it and it doesn’t get on our nerves like so many of the noisy tunes that come with so many of the toys. I recommend this for a shower gift to new parents of first babies.

It is very well made and has been through the wringer and still works!!! A very good product!Product Description. Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes.

From the Manufacturer. Promote music appreciation and auditory development by introducing your little one to baby-friendly versions of classical masterpieces by Mozart, Vivaldi, Chopin and Rossini with the Baby Einstein take along Tunes. Such a cute toyperfect for my music loving little nephew.

It’s light, easy for little hands to hold, and has a sturdy feel to it. Parents will appreciate that there is a volume control as well. I can’t wait to give it to him tomorrow!

The video I took shows how the beads on the handle move, and demonstrates some of the different tunes. Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Review The Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes is an extremely fun and popular musical toy for toddlers and parents.?This radio-like musical toy has several nice features that makes it easy for your child to use. This music toy can be purchased separately or as part of the bundle that will grow with you child. Our little guy is rough on toys, and this toy from Baby Einstein still works. He likes to carry it around the house and keep the music going.

If he forgets about it, I’ll turn it on and he’ll come. The award winning Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical toy is made for little maestros. This easy to grasp, on the go toy is your little musician’s opening act and will quickly become a favorite.

It’s important to give your baby toys that play music to foster music appreciation at a. The award winning Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical toy is made for little maestros. This easy to grasp, on the go toy is your little musician’s opening act and will quickly become a favorite.

It’s important to give your baby toys that play music to foster music appreciation at a. The Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical Toy is great because it provides baby with ten classical music tunes (including Mozart, Vivaldi, Chopin, and Rossini) at the touch of a button, but there’s more to love about this toy than just the tunes. Baby’s senses will be delighted as she watches the lights dance with each note and as she learns to grip the toy with its easy-to-hold.

I got it today at target for 8.99 because they had no cute doll clothes lol.

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Disney«s marketing of these products suggested that parents could purchase toys and videos that would not only enable their children to develop good taste in music, but also make them capable of great intellectual achievements.

“Disney, Culture, and Curriculum” by Jennifer A. Sandlin, Julie C. Garlen
from Disney, Culture, and Curriculum
by Jennifer A. Sandlin, Julie C. Garlen
Taylor & Francis, 2016

Following this review, the child picks one piece of personal “garbage” from one of the garbage bags.

“Short-Term Play Therapy for Children, Second Edition” by Heidi Gerard Kaduson, Charles E. Schaefer
from Short-Term Play Therapy for Children, Second Edition
by Heidi Gerard Kaduson, Charles E. Schaefer
Guilford Publications, 2006

Today, such alleged intelligence-improving products as “Baby Einstein” toys and videos are a $100 million a year industry (Minow, 2005; Quart, 2006).

“50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology: Shattering Widespread Misconceptions about Human Behavior” by Scott O. Lilienfeld, Steven Jay Lynn, John Ruscio, Barry L. Beyerstein
from 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology: Shattering Widespread Misconceptions about Human Behavior
by Scott O. Lilienfeld, Steven Jay Lynn, et. al.
Wiley, 2011

We can surmise that the extreme mechanical complexity of such toys may attract a child initially but will soon lose its “play value” as the novelty wears off.

“The House of Make-Believe: children's play and the developing imagination” by Dorothy G. Singer, Jerome L. Singer
from The House of Make-Believe: children’s play and the developing imagination
by Dorothy G. Singer, Jerome L. Singer
Harvard University Press, 2009

Consider that: • Without formally acknowledging that the videos did not create geniuses out of little viewers, Disney has now offered a full refund on any Baby Einstein DVD purchased from 2004 to 2009.

“Your Brain On Nature: The Science of Nature's Influence on Your Health, Happiness and Vitality” by Eva M. Selhub, MD, Alan C. Logan, ND
from Your Brain On Nature: The Science of Nature’s Influence on Your Health, Happiness and Vitality
by Eva M. Selhub, MD, Alan C. Logan, ND
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‘baby Einstein’, a range of products sold by disney, is intended to stimulate infant brain development through exposure to music, images, languages and even numbers.

“Psychology: Second European Edition” by Daniel Schacter, Daniel Gilbert, Daniel Wegner, Bruce Hood
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by Daniel Schacter, Daniel Gilbert, et. al.
Palgrave Macmillan, 2015

Make sure the toysare age appropriate—don’t get an infant toy for a preschooler, even ifyour child likes it,but dotry tofigure outwhat she likesabout it.Is it the musical sound or the visual stimulation?

“Overcoming Autism: Finding the Answers, Strategies, and Hope That Can Transform a Child's Life” by Lynn Kern Koegel, Ph.D., Claire LaZebnik
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Does the child have a variety of toys to stimulate the senses (such as musical toys)?

“Wellness Nursing Diagnosis for Health Promotion” by Karen M. Stolte
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by Karen M. Stolte
Lippincott-Raven, 1996

Please note, it is critical that the reinforcer toy not be turned on unless the audiologist is certain that the child hears the stimulus.

“The SAGE Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders” by Jack S. Damico, Martin J. Ball
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by Jack S. Damico, Martin J. Ball
SAGE Publications, 2019

Several original smart toys have also become hits, too, including Furby and Amazing Amy.

“Digital Storytelling: A Creator's Guide to Interactive Entertainment” by Carolyn Handler Miller
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by Carolyn Handler Miller
Focal Press, 2004

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  • I bought this 5 years ago for a 2 yr old. Now little brother is 4 and still loves it. I keep it in the car. But he keeps asking the names of the tunes, and I only know the Wm Tell Overture by name.

  • Excellent addition for youtube. I’ve heard a lot of music, hearing ALL the years of music every second, alphabetizing hourlessly song and artist, enjoying test tone from tinnitus level concerts, compiling to air playlists for Americas major market radio stations; even have recall to first ’45 purchases (thank you Boz Scaggs by the way but why Lido missed the boat that day, who knows?) Music; reminds listener agelessly beyond indescribable emotions to what the moment is all about. Listening! Hear THIS? THIS is word count from a galaxy of best seller trilogies by my favorite author of all time; published in full, perhaps unrecognized by her.
    No more anxiety, stress THIS publication, extremely rare and limited, held in our hands, hand and hand, THIS hand, the only reader THIS collaboration need.
    My billboard chart all time #1; humbling perspective of every moment in sightlessness to the obvious. Soundtrack to blessing Graced upon me.
    Stated above: “the word count”, is unabridged so here, pause in my wording,
    in this moment right here; NOW is every breath of air ever, so fortunately given me.

  • Track listing:
    0:48 Gioachino Rossini’s William Tell Overture, March of the Swiss Soldiers (from Baby Van Gogh)

    1:19 Wolfgang Mozart’s Piano Sonata No. 11 in A, K. 331, “Alla Turca” (from Baby Mozart)

    2:09 Antonio Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, “Spring”, 1st Movement (from Baby Newton & Baby Monet)

    3:04 Wolfgang Mozart’s Serenade for Strings, “Eine Klein Nachtmusik”, 1st Movement (from Baby Galileo)

    3:47 Wolfgang Mozart’s Nocturne No. 6, K. 239, 1st Movement (from Baby Neptune CD)

    4:27 Frederic Chopin’s Waltz in Gb, Op. 70, No. 1 (from Traveling Melodies)

    5:14 Antonio Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto No. 12, RV265, 1st Movement (from Baby Monet)

  • Thanks for actually showing us the sound and operation of the product without talking. Too many reviewers spend the entire video talking without even showing off the item and all of its functions.