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Two Tone Motion
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Two Tone Motion

This unique series is specifically designed for young babies under 12 months of age. “Two-Tone Motion” features basic black and white objects, slowly floating against a simple, calm background. The contrast of the black and white colors allows babies to track the object with their eyes and learn to recognize the object. Set to the tune of sweet, soft classical songs, this provides families with a first-step developmental tool.

Program Schedule
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VARIETY
6:00 AM - 7:29 AM
6:47 AM
VARIETY
2:30 PM - 3:29 PM
3:20 PM
Program Viewing Tips
  • Name and describe the objects on screen to your infant.
  • Describe what’s happening as your infant tracks the object’s movement.
  • Two Tone Motion is animated in black and white because infants aren’t able to distinguish other colors yet.
  • Two Tone Motion is simply designed so that babies can focus their eyes on the central object moving across the screen.
  • Even newborns are able to visually track large, high-contrast objects that move at a slow and steady pace.
  • Babies perfect their object tracking skills between the ages of 2-8 months.
Program Educational Values
  • Developing basic visual skills