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Arty Party
Babies
Baby D.i.y
Baby First Tales
Baby Maze
Black And White
Bloop And Loop
Bobby`s Balloon House
Bonnie Bear
Carousel Dreams
Clay World
Color Crew
Color Symphony
Connect The Dots
Fred & Fiona
Harry The Bunny
Hide And Seek
I Can Sign
Joey's Toy Box
Kaleidoscope
Li'l Vinnie's Art
Lullabies
Magic Tunnels
Friendly Jack
Mobiles 3d
My Gym At Home
My Pop Up Book
The Notekins
Number Time
Numbers Around The Globe
Numbers Farm
Peekaboo I See You!
Petey Paintbrush
Picture Pad
Pixies
Play With Me
Puzzles
Rainbow Horse
Ready Dress Go!
Safari Scrapbook
Sandman
Scuba Dots
Shadow Stories
Shape A Majigs
Shapes & Sizes
Shushybye Baby
Shushybye Baby Clip
Swing And Sing
Tell Me A Story
Tillie Knock Knock
Two Tone Motion
Vocabularry
What Is It?
What's Different
Where Do They Go?
Widget And His Wonder Machine
Wonder Box
Word Of The Day
The Wordies
The Yoyo & Peanut Show
Bonny, Banana & Mo
The Bopalots
Brainy Baby
Childhood Songs
Danny & Daddy
Juno Baby
Little Playdates
Mio Mao
Musti
Sing In English
Squeak
Tec The Tractor
Tinosaurs
Atencion Atencion
Sukey’s Circle
Squeak Songs
Baby U
Sing-along With Mitten The Kitten
Albert & Junior

Black And White

“Black & White” is a series designed for the unique visual capabilities of BabyFirst’s very young viewers. Every episode features a sequence of black and white shapes moving across the screen to a classical music soundtrack. As the shapes move across the screen, parents and toddlers can help guess the names of each object.

Program Schedule
See what time Black And White is playing!
NIGHT STRIP
12:00 AM - 5:29 AM
12:08 AM
12:36 AM
1:03 AM
1:31 AM
1:59 AM
2:27 AM
2:55 AM
3:23 AM
3:51 AM
4:18 AM
NIGHT STRIP
11:00 PM - 11:59 PM
11:11 PM
11:35 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Name and describe the objects on screen to your infant.
  • Follow your baby’s cues during play by labeling and describing objects on which he or she focuses.
  • Black and White provides high contrast visual stimulation to exercise developing eye movement and coordination.
  • Focusing on and attending to pictures is a first step in image recognition, an emergent literacy skill.
  • Infants are able to follow slow moving objects with smooth eye motions by 3 months.
  • Many infants show a focused interest in pictures beginning around 4 months.
Program Educational Values
  • Identifying shapes
  • Developing musical skills