Reading is important for your child's development. By making a simple "I spy"-frame you can enhance the game with your child.
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Juli Auclair: Hi everybody! We've got two very special guests in the Parents TV studio, today Eebee of course, hi everybody and Steven Gass, the creator of Eebee's adventures. Good have you back. Today's game and adventure is I Spy, how does it work? Steven Gass: That's right, reading is very interactive experience for babies and here is the simple trick make it even more so, with simply take construction paper, cut a hole out, lay it down on any magazine, any book and a catalog and talk about what you see. Eebee: Baby. Steven Gass: Baby. Juli Auclair: Baby. Steven Gass: You can move it. Juli Auclair: What great idea and so simple and inexpensive. Steven Gass: Peekaboo, peekabee. Juli Auclair: Alright, Steven, Eebee thank you so much for stopping by and for more you can check out the Eebee channel on contest video on demand, we'll see you soon.
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