Thank you so very much for sharing your Green Baby video with us. My 2l month old son and I were the first to sit down and watch it. We quite enjoyed it and immediately wished to share it with our friends and family. The response was overwhelming! My son recognized and attached himself to the beautiful babies in the movie. He was very outspoken about the adventures the babies pursued. Drawing his attention further were the vibrant colours and animals.
I was excited to share this little treasure with our Toddler Class. I was curious to see how the video might capture a larger audience. Green Baby captured the attention of l3 toddler children for fifteen unintemrpted minutes, a difficult task indeed. The toddlers, mixed ages of 18 months and2 and half years, found peace and wonder in the beautiful colours in the movie. Watching other babies just like them wrapped and bathed in awesome backdrops of Mother Nature seized their attention and put instant smiles on their faces. Those smiles were instant recognitions of the world outside their front door. They also showed care and empathy for the babies on film commenting on the emotions, oobaby, crying”, one girl said, and, “happy baby” another commented. The animals were a huge hit. It was fun to watch as some children broke from viewing to collect toy animals from the classroom shelf that they recognized on film and show it to their friends and teachers.
I do not generally allow excessive television viewing at home. My husband and I observe our children’s programming and monitor the content for age appropriate family values purposes. The Toddler class does not have as part of their programming plan any television viewing. With special gems like Green Baby exceptions can and will be made. Green Baby is a movie that I felt proud and happy to share with my son and all of the toddlers in our care. Thumbs way up Kelly, and congratulations to all those responsible for bringing Green Baby to our home and classroom!
Director, supervisor & Parent
Junior Scholars Preschool