A Better Way for Your Toddler to Learn to Talk
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Works Great for Kids Receiving Speech Therapy Too!
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The monthly VideoApp Subscription includes streaming rights for the entire Award Winning BumbleBeeKids & Baby BumbleBee educational video series. (Purchased on DVD these 30+ videos retail for over $500!) The fantastic thing about the VideoApps though is the additional video content that helps your toddler talk faster. The interactive VideoApps and videos teach thousands of words, sentences, questions and concepts - Plus it includes kindergarten readiness topics like the alphabet, phonics and numbers.
How It Works*
Sign up for your subscription using your PayPal account or a major credit card. You'll get an email with instructions and links to download the VideoApp player and a login and password to access the Full Library of BumbleBee Kids award winning videos that will help your child talk! Your subscription will renew each month until you decide to cancel. Once you're done with the subscription (hopefully because your late talker is talking up a storm) log in to the easy and safe PayPal subscription manager and cancel it. It really is that easy. So easy and so affordable you have to try it!
BumbleBee Kids Award Winning Videos Have Been Helping Late Talkers Since 1999. Speech and Language are important. If you're a parent or grandparent worried about a Late Talker you need to act fast. Children who receive early help for communication problems do better, in language and in life. Too often when a child is a late talker people try to make you feel better by saying things like...
"He's got a big sister, she does all the talking for him.."
"Don't worry, Einstein was a late talker"
"She'll grow out of it, don't get so worked up"
They may be right but they could be wrong, the problem is you won't know for sure until it's too late to help. It's never a good idea to adopt a "wait and see" approach with speech delays. Your late talker can't afford to lose valuable time. If you're concerned about your child's speech - now is the time to act!