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Introduction
Viewing Guide

Encouraging a Productive Co-Viewing Experience With Your Baby

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Introduction

Dear Parent,

Welcome to the BabyFirst family! You and your child are about to embark on an exciting journey filled with discovery and bonding. Whether you're a first-time parent or if you're already raising a family, BabyFirst can serve as a reliable resource to help guide you in creating a positive, holistic learning environment for your child.

The early years are a very significant time in your baby's life with studies finding evidence that most of the brain is developed by the age of three. Interactions between babies and their parents are critical for this development.

During this important time, you should utilize as many resources as possible to help with your baby's growth. BabyFirst is one of the trusted tools at your disposal to aid you along the way.

Our rich, innovative and evolving content is created by top experts in child development, education and psychology, and is specially for children aged six months to three years. We've established a safe, positive environment for your baby free of commercials and over-sensory stimulants, and because our content is regularly refreshed, you will always find new options. Most importantly, we've added helpful tools to guide you on how to interact with your baby during the programs, enabling you to play an active role in your baby's viewing experience.

Sincerely,

Dr. Edward McCabe, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor and Executive Chair, UCLA Dept. of Pediatrics
Physician-in-Chief, Mattel Children's Hospital at UCLA

Introducing Your Baby to Television