Baby Einstein is a household name when it comes to children’s toys, videos, and other multi-media products. The products aim to teach children the fundamentals of music, language, poetry, colors, shapes, and much more.
Now, there is a new addition to the Baby Einstein family. The Baby Einstein Sandbox series is currently available as it brings the entire cast of characters to life like never before.
Baby Einstein Sandbox Series
The Sandbox series goes beyond learning ABCs and 123s. It consists of 10 episodes that follow the Baby Einstein characters as they take on new adventures and explore concepts like compassion, empathy, and inclusion. One of the fun parts about this new series is that it builds on Baby Einstein’s legacy of educational and entertaining content, giving it a new twist and something else for kids and families to love and explore.
The series builds off “The Einstein Way,” which is a curiosity-driven learning belief that is backed by science and built from top-notch childhood development research. It also works off the Baby Einstein principles that include open-ended experiences, real-world learning, multi-sensorial engagement, as well as creative thinking, and helping kids build confidence
“The Einstein Way” considers the whole child as it celebrates what makes each little one unique. Baby Einstein helps children develop their curiosity and passions with their intelligence and the Sandbox series is no different.
In the show, Cal, Zen, Neptune, and the rest of the crew come to life for kids as they explore and introduce them to values and essential skills. These skills will help children as they grow and learn about the world around them.
One of the very cool things about this series is that each character has its own unique personality, interests, talents, and cultural background. As the characters interact and work together, they introduce concepts of culture and diversity, discovering different countries, languages, and traditions. This is one aspect that many parents will be able to appreciate. The series also does a good job of doing this on a level that kids will understand.
The videos are under ten minutes each, which is enough to engage children and teach a few lessons before they get distracted or disinterested.
The Baby Einstein Sandbox series is now available on streaming platforms including iTunes, YouTube, and Amazon Prime Video.
History of Baby Einstein
Baby Einstein has been around for 25 years. It was founded in 1996 by Julie Aigner-Clark, a former teacher and stay-at-home mom. The original video featured puppets and scores from classical composers like Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart. Baby Einstein started as a teaching tool for parents and continues to be one today.